Lesson 12

Lesson 12 - Lesson 12 Application Problems you should have...

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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 12 Application Problems: - you should have some procedure for solving applications (define unknown values, set-up equations, solve) - pay attention to units, especially when working with distance, rate and time problems (if your rate is in terms of miles per hour, your time needs to be in terms of hours) - each of these examples is modeled after a homework problem, so pay attention and follow along - I will not solve every problem, but final answers are provided on the bottom of the last page - pay attention to what you are asked to find, it may not be what you define as Example 1: A rock is thrown directly upward with an initial velocity of 96 feet per second from a cliff 200 feet above a beach. The number of feet ¡ above the ground after ¢ seconds is given by the equation ¡ £ ¤¥¦¢ § ¨ ©¦¢ ¨ ª«« Draw a diagram of the picture and the frame. a. When will the rock be 328 feet above the ground? b. When will the rock hit the ground? (round to the nearest hundredth of a second). Example 2: A 5-inch by 7-inch picture is surrounded by a frame of uniform width. The area of the frame is 45 square inches. What is the width of the picture frame?...
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