questions on attachment!!!
Hello, Lane,Originally Posted by Lane
to 1) rearrange the expression:
Now plug in the given values:
to 2) Use the substitution . You'll get a quadratic equation:
Re-substitute: or
to 3) Multiply the equation by the denominator. You'll get:
Therefore:
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4. The amount of power generated by a satellite's power supply is:
where is the power in watts and is the time in days.
For how many days will 22 watts of power be available? .Round to the nearest whole day.
We are given:
The equation becomes: .
Divide by 50: .
Multiply by
Rewrite in log form: .
Therefore: .
5. The mathematical model for learning an aseembly line procedure needed for assembling
one component of a manufactured item is: .
where is the proportion of correctly assembled compnents after practice sessions.
How many practice sessions are required to have at last 75% of the components correctly
assembled within the given time period? .Round any non-integer to the next higher whole number.
Is there a typo? . . . I'm getting a strange answer.
We want
The equation becomes: .
. . . .
Multiply by
Log form: .
Then we have: .
An assembler achieves a 75% proficiency level during the first session?