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12/14/11 HW 9 : Functions of Several Variables (14.1). 1/8 www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/last?dep=3283963 Current Score : 20 / 20 Due : Tuesday, September 13 2011 11:00 PM EDT 1. 2.22/2.22 points | Previous Answers SCalcET6 14.1.005. The wave heights h in the open sea depend on the speed v of the wind and the length of time t that the wind has been blowing at that speed. Values of the function h = f ( v , t ) are recorded in feet in the table. (a) What is the value of f ( 30 , 20 )? 17 17 ft (b) What is the meaning of the function of h = f ( 20 , t )? (c) What is the meaning of the function h = f ( v , 20 )? Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution 2. 2.22/2.22 points | Previous Answers SCalcET6 14.1.006. HW 9 : Functions of Several Variables (14.1). (Homework) Rachel Pereira
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Unformatted text preview: MA 261 Fall 2011, section 031, Fall 2011 Instructor: Jonathan Montano Web Assign The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. We allow v and t to vary, resulting in a function of two variables. We fix t = 20 and allow v to vary, resulting in an equation of one variable. We fix v = 20 and allow t to vary, resulting in an equation of one variable. We fix v and t , resulting in a constant value. We fix t = 20 and allow v to vary, resulting in an equation of one variable. We fix v and t , resulting in a constant value. We fix v = 20 and allow t to vary, resulting in an equation of one variable. We allow v and t to vary, resulting in a function of two variables....
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