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If an animal is h feet high at the shoulder, then the number N of steps per second that the animal takes while walking can be estimated by N(h) =1.6h^-1/2. Estimate the stepping frequency of a dog that is 2.1 feet high at the shoulders. _Steps per second (do not round) then round.

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  1. anonymous
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    just plug in 2.1 in the equation. # of steps = 1.6/sqrt(2.1)

  2. anonymous
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    That wasn't right it says. Hmmmm.....

  3. anonymous
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    1.6?

  4. anonymous
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    it should be 1.1

  5. anonymous
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    Perfect! You get a point! Thanks!

  6. anonymous
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    lol, but I got that by calculating 1.6/(sqrt(2.1))

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    Thanks....I only have like two left.

  8. anonymous
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    heh

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