hw8_27 - help.) (f) What x causes output V = 360 in 3 ....

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Homework 8/27 1. Refer to your text, Section 1.1, Problem 7. (a) If A is the area of the triangle as a function of x , compute i. A (0) ii. A (1) iii. A (2) iv. A (3) (b) Find the domain and range of A . You should be able to do this by common sense. (c) Compute A ( x ). (d) Graph the function A ( x ). 2. Repeat all of this for perimeter, P . 3. Repeat all of this for both functions in Problem 8. 4. Repeat all of this for the three functions in Problem 9. 5. Refer to Problem 55 in Section 1.1 (a) Compute V (0). Then Compute V for a couple more numerical inputs. Your choice. (b) Find the domain of V . You should be able to do this by common sense. (c) Compute V ( x ). (d) Graph V ( x ). (e) Compute the range. (This could be tough. Try to get close. A graphing calculator might
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Unformatted text preview: help.) (f) What x causes output V = 360 in 3 . (Hint: look for the answers on your graph, rst.) 6. Refer to Problem 62 in Section 1.1 (a) Then Compute C for several numerical inputs. Your choice, but choose sensibly. (b) Find the domain of C . You should be able to do this by common sense. (c) Compute C ( x ). (d) Graph C ( x ). (e) Compute the range. (This could be tough. Try to get close. A graphing calculator might help.) 1 (f) What x causes the least output? (This could be tough. Try to get close. A graphing calculator might help.) (g) What is the least output? 2...
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