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IN-CLASS ASSIGNMENT Section 2.6, 3.2, 3.3 Name: Daniel Ingram This worksheet is DUE at the end of class (must be submitted on Canvas). You will be working in teams but submitting an individual worksheet. The LAs and the Instructor are here to help! In-Class assignments account for 10% of your grade. Q1:The graphs below show two functions, f and g. Function f takes as an input a temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit) and outputs the expected attendance at a street concert. Function g takes as an input the number of people attending the concert and outputs the total expected revenue earned by the concert. a)Does the expression f(g(75)) have a real-world meaning in this context? If yes, estimate its value and explain what that value represents. If not, explain your reasoning. - No because it cannot be 300 degrees. b)Does the expression g(f(75)) have a real-world meaning in this context? If yes, estimate its value and explain what that value represents. If not, explain your reasoning. - Yes, because it represents the revenue made which would be $300 Q2.A pebble is dropped into a pond. The radius ,𝑟