Mimi_x3
The cost of running a vehicle at an average speed v is km/h is 64 + v^2/100 dollars per hour. Consider a travel distance of 100km
a) Show that the total cost to run the vehicle in 100km is C= v +6400/v
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Mimi_x3
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um that formula isn't required i think
Mimi_x3
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I don't think so, since it says show
Mimi_x3
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I think that differentiation or integration is required but i dont know how =/
saifoo.khan
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Ohh! try asking sonofa or george.
Mimi_x3
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Sighh.. see you didn't know how to do it wonder why you didn't want to help me :P:P
saifoo.khan
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lol, i tried it. i'm a human, not a robot. i can be wrong as well.
Mimi_x3
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Yeah , at least you tried (:
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Mimi_x3
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omg ! tyvm fiddle (:
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fiddlearound
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Mimi, does it make sense ^^^^^ ?
Mimi_x3
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Um, kinda xD
Where did you get 6400 from ?
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Mimi_x3
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Oh I get it tyvm (:
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