Nicholas Smith
11/4/14
Calculus 1
Professor Crannell
Hello Rhoda,
Sorry to hear about yet another predicament you seem to have gotten yourself into! But
dont worry; I have yet again another solution for you. You want to know what the best
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graph of f is 48 feet, but the height of the graph g is about 265 miles. Given the graphs of f
(x)=x^2 and g (x)=2^x are drawn on a coordinate and where t
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Franklin & Marshall College
Ware College House
Lancaster, PA 17604
October 16, 2011
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Franklin & Marshall College
Lancaster PA, 176043220
September 23rd, 2014
Dear Rhoda Way,
I am sorry to hear about your predicament, Mr. Way, It is an unfortunate circumstance
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From: Tiffany Ann Truong
Calculus 1 Student
Franklin and Marshall College
Ware College House
Lancaster, PA 17604
September 23, 2011
Dear Tara Nova,
Do not panic any longer! I have received your letter, and I am here to help you on your water and
energy