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Here are a few recommended readings before getting started with this lesson.
After becoming a subscriber of a streaming platform, Magdalena became interested in a particular crime series. While watching an episode, she found out that after an accident, police can determine the speed of a car before the driver started braking.
The speed of a car can be estimated by using the following formula.Magdalena shared her streaming account with Kriz so that they can watch a new nature documentary. The documentary is about the work of a Swiss agricultural biologist, Max Kleiber. He researched how the mass of an animal influences the animal's metabolic rate.
Metabolic Rate |
The rate at which a person or an animal burns calories to maintain its body weight. |
Mammal | Mass |
---|---|
Mouse | $20$ g |
Kriz | $81$ kg |
Horse | $625$ kg |
Mammal | Mass $(kg)$ | Metabolic Rate $(kcal/day)$ |
---|---|---|
Mouse | $0.02$ | $≈3.72$ |
Kriz | $81$ | $1890$ |
Horse | $625$ | $8750$ |
Multiply
$LHS/70=RHS/70$
$LHS_{4}=RHS_{4}$
$(ab)_{m}=a_{m}b_{m}$
$(na )_{n}=a$
$3LHS =3RHS $
$3a⋅b =3a ⋅3b $
$3a_{3} =a$
$na =a_{n1}$
$(a_{m})_{n}=(a_{n})_{m}$
$a_{n1}=na $
Calculate root
Calculate power and product
$LHS⋅32=RHS⋅32$
$32⋅32a =a$
Identity Property of Multiplication
$LHS−v=RHS−v$
Rearrange equation
$LHS_{2}=RHS_{2}$
$(a )_{2}=a$
Distribute $64$
$(a−b)_{2}=a_{2}−2ab+b_{2}$
$LHS−v_{2}=RHS−v_{2}$
$(ab)_{m}=a_{m}b_{m}$
Calculate power and product
$LHS−64s=RHS−64s$
$LHS/(-64)=RHS/(-64)$
Distribute $-641 $
$t=1$
$1_{a}=1$
Identity Property of Multiplication
Add terms
Next, the second equation $y=2t−16 $ will be graphed in the same coordinate plane by using a table of values. Remember to substitute $t≥8$ so that the square root can be calculated right away.
$t$ | $2t−16 $ | $y=2t−16 $ |
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$8$ | $2(8)−16 $ | $0 =0$ |
$10$ | $2(10)−16 $ | $4 =2$ |
$16$ | $2(16)−16 $ | $16 =4$ |
$26$ | $2(26)−16 $ | $36 =6$ |
$40$ | $2(40)−16 $ | $64 =8$ |
$58$ | $2(58)−16 $ | $100 =10$ |
All these points will be plotted and connected with a smooth curve.
According to the graph, Magdalena ran the first $2$ kilometers in $10$ minutes, while Kriz ran the first $2$ kilometers in $2$ minutes. They met $10$ minutes from the start of the marathon. After this time, Kriz was in front of Magdalena for a while.$x$ | $1.113+x $ | $T=1.113+x $ |
---|---|---|
$-3$ | $1.113+(-3) $ | $0$ |
$-2$ | $1.113+(-2) $ | $1.11$ |
$1$ | $1.113+1 $ | $2.22$ |
$6$ | $1.113+6 $ | $3.33$ |
$13$ | $1.113+13 $ | $4.44$ |
Next, the points from the table will be plotted on a coordinate plane and connected with a smooth curve.
Since the square root of a greater number is also greater, the function will increase to infinity. Additionally, the square root of a non-negative number is also non-negative. Consequently, the range of the function consists of numbers greater than or equal to $0.$ The obtained domain and range correspond to option C.
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In addition to watching TV, Magdalena also loves programming and developing simple applications for personal use in her spare time.
She has recently started thinking about doing a summer internship at one of the local start-up companies. The following radical function estimates the annual profit of the first company in millions of dollars.