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Solve the problem. Instruments on a satellite measure the amount of power generated by the satellite's power supply. The time t and the power P can be modeled by the function P = 50e^{-t/300}, where t is in days and P is in watts. How much power will be available after 378 days? Round to the nearest hundredth. Seleccione una respuesta. a. 1.41 watts b. 141.8 watts c. 14.18 watts d. 0.14 watts

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    This a math home work

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    means choose one answer

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    the answer is50e^(-378/300),use the calculator, you can get

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    shd101wyy is correct - the question is asking you to substitute the value for t given in the problem into the equation for P

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    but I do not know how to use my calculator LOL, my calculator is not so good

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    e^(-378/300)*50 = 14.18

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    For the given functions f and g, find the requested composite function value. f(x) = /sqrt{x + 5} , g(x) = 2x ; Find (f ∘ g)(2). Seleccione una respuesta. a. 2 sqrt{7} b. 3 c. sqrt{14} d. 2 sqrt{14}

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    is it d right answer?

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    What is /sqrt?

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    ,For the given functions f and g, find the requested composite function value. f(x) = /sqrt{x + 5} , g(x) = 2x ; Find (f ∘ g)(2). Seleccione una respuesta. a. 2 {7} b. 3 c. {14} d. 2{14}

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    ,For the given functions f and g, find the requested composite function value. f(x) = /{x + 5} , g(x) = 2x ; Find (f ∘ g)(2). Seleccione una respuesta. a. 2 {7} b. 3 c. {14} d. 2{14}

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