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1). solve the equation for M

f= - KMn

____

r^ M=

2). The cumulativee number of car accidents from 2000 to 2010 can be modeled by the quadratic expression, C=-34x^+884x+12,716, wher x=1 corresponds to 2000,x=2 correspnred to 2001, and so on until x=11 corresponds to 2010.

The number of car accidents in 2004 is:

3). The strength S of a rectangular beam varies jointly as its width w and the square of its thickness t. If a wood beam 3 inches wide and 5 inches thick supports 400 pounds, how much can a similar beam 3 inches wide and 6 inches thick support?

S= pounds.

4). solve

b^= -216 that is a 3 to the power b=

5). Because of Earth's curvature, a person can see a limited distance to the horizon. The higher the location of a person, the farther that person can see. The distance D in miles to the horizon can be estimated by D (h) = 1.22 /h, where h is the height of the person above need to be to see 42 miles? A person needs to be about feet high.

6). when sky divers intially fall from an airplane their velocity v in miles per hour after free falling d feet can be approximated by v= 60/11 /d. (Because of air resistance they will eventually reach terminal velocity) how for do sky divers need to fall to attain a velocity of 55 miles per hour? ( This value for d represents the minimum distance.)

A sky divers needs to fall about feet to attain a velocity of 55 mph.

7). solve the equation by the square root property.

2x^-11=0 solution set is { }

8). Use the square root property to solve the equation.

(x+6)^= 49 solution set is { }

9).Use of the Internet in a country is given by the function f (x)=0.4 85x^-1.6 94x+ 0.315, where the out put is in millions of users. Inthis formula x= 6 corresponds to 1996, x=7 corresponds to 1997, and so on until x=20 corresponds to 2010. Estimate when the number of internet users in the country reache 25 million.

The number of Internet users in the country reached 25 million during the year:

10). The function D(x) models the cumulative number of ddeath from a disease x years after 1984. Estimate the year when there were 90,000 deaths. D(x) = 2230x^ = 5275x + 5639 There were opproximately 90,000 deaths in the year:

11).Use the quadratic formula to solve the quation.

4x^+2x-6=0 x=

12).Use the quadratic formula to solve the equation.

3x^-5x-7=0 solution set is { }

13). Solve the equation.

x^+144=0

x=

14). Solve the equation.

x^+11=0 solution set is x= { }

15). Estimate a safe speed x for a car for a stopping distance of 782 feet. Use formula

1 x^+11x=782

_________

9 3 A safe speed would be mph.

16).

Estimate a safe speed x for a car for a stopped distance of 80 feet.

1 x^ +11 x=80

________

9 3 A safe speed would be mph.

1). solve the equation for M

f= - KMn

____

r^ M=

2). The cumulativee number of car accidents from 2000 to 2010 can be modeled by the quadratic expression, C=-34x^+884x+12,716, wher x=1 corresponds to 2000,x=2 correspnred to 2001, and so on until x=11 corresponds to 2010.

The number of car accidents in 2004 is:

3). The strength S of a rectangular beam varies jointly as its width w and the square of its thickness t. If a wood beam 3 inches wide and 5 inches thick supports 400 pounds, how much can a similar beam 3 inches wide and 6 inches thick support?

S= pounds.

4). solve

b^= -216 that is a 3 to the power b=

5). Because of Earth's curvature, a person can see a limited distance to the horizon. The higher the location of a person, the farther that person can see. The distance D in miles to the horizon can be estimated by D (h) = 1.22 /h, where h is the height of the person above need to be to see 42 miles? A person needs to be about feet high.

6). when sky divers intially fall from an airplane their velocity v in miles per hour after free falling d feet can be approximated by v= 60/11 /d. (Because of air resistance they will eventually reach terminal velocity) how for do sky divers need to fall to attain a velocity of 55 miles per hour? ( This value for d represents the minimum distance.)

A sky divers needs to fall about feet to attain a velocity of 55 mph.

7). solve the equation by the square root property.

2x^-11=0 solution set is { }

8). Use the square root property to solve the equation.

(x+6)^= 49 solution set is { }

9).Use of the Internet in a country is given by the function f (x)=0.4 85x^-1.6 94x+ 0.315, where the out put is in millions of users. Inthis formula x= 6 corresponds to 1996, x=7 corresponds to 1997, and so on until x=20 corresponds to 2010. Estimate when the number of internet users in the country reache 25 million.

The number of Internet users in the country reached 25 million during the year:

10). The function D(x) models the cumulative number of ddeath from a disease x years after 1984. Estimate the year when there were 90,000 deaths. D(x) = 2230x^ = 5275x + 5639 There were opproximately 90,000 deaths in the year:

11).Use the quadratic formula to solve the quation.

4x^+2x-6=0 x=

12).Use the quadratic formula to solve the equation.

3x^-5x-7=0 solution set is { }

13). Solve the equation.

x^+144=0

x=

14). Solve the equation.

x^+11=0 solution set is x= { }

15). Estimate a safe speed x for a car for a stopping distance of 782 feet. Use formula

1 x^+11x=782

_________

9 3 A safe speed would be mph.

16).

Estimate a safe speed x for a car for a stopped distance of 80 feet.

1 x^ +11 x=80

________

9 3 A safe speed would be mph.

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