Functions - FUNCTIONS(1.1 NAME 1 As you travel from Tucson to Bisbee(94 miles you pass through Benson Benson is 40 miles from Tucson You can assume

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FUNCTIONS (1.1) NAME__________________________________ 1. As you travel from Tucson to Bisbee (94 miles), you pass through Benson. Benson is 40 miles from Tucson. You can assume that you travel at a fairly constant speed. Sketch graphs to represent the functions below. Label the axes and any important features of your graphs. A. distance from Tucson as a function of time. B. distance from Benson as a function of time C. distance from Bisbee as a function of time. D. speed as a function of distance. 2. The relationship between the tuition, T , and the number of credits, c , at a particular college is given by 100 120 0 6 () 800 120( 6) 6 18 cc Tc +≤ = +−< A. What is the tuition for 7 credits? B. If the tuition was $1880, how many credits were taken? C. What is the domain of this function? D. What are the practical interpretations of the vertical intercept and the slope? 3. Suppose the rate, R , at which people in a particular town hear a rumor is proportional to the number of people who have not heard the rumor. Let L
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course MATH 1400 taught by Professor Grether during the Fall '08 term at North Texas.

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Functions - FUNCTIONS(1.1 NAME 1 As you travel from Tucson to Bisbee(94 miles you pass through Benson Benson is 40 miles from Tucson You can assume

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