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rounded to the nearest hundredth, for sinoz,cosa and tana for a = 0°,o: = 30°,
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in both parts Mathland has 100 inhabitants now and 110 inhabitants exactly one year later. (a) (10 points) Assuming linear growth, how long will take for Mathland to grow to
5000 inhabitants ? In other words, ﬁnd a linear function that models the given
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equally large holding areas. You have 240 yards of fencing material available to build the enclosure and you want to maximize the area for your animals. What dimensions
should you choose and what is the ranimal area for the enclosure ? Q  Z “01:429.
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the constraint on the total fencing available to rewrite the areafunction as a function of the width alone. Also, don’t forget the center divider requires a fence too. 5.
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for the animals 7 By how much? P 11. (15 points) Let 6 be an angle such that 7r S 6 S and 0080 = mg. Find the following: g cf: 464— ‘72 2) 3 c: w? \ (c) (1 point) 3e06 = W 0 2V?
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(z. (e) Sketch the graph (label the axes, asymptotes and all intercepts): 10 13. (Extra Credit, 10 points) Newton’s law of cooling states that the temperature of a body,
initially at temperature To, placed. in a surrounding medium at a lower temperature Tm, is given by the formula :— Tm + (To  Tm)e—kt Assume a cup of coffee, at temperature 150° at 7am, is brought outside into air at 60°,
and cools to 125° by 7:05am, do the following: ...
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