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  1. dpaInc
    • 4 years ago
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    floor and ceiling functions are types of step functions.

  2. brinethery
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    step function: passes the vertical line test but not continuous. http://www.algebra-class.com/image-files/step-functions-1.gif

  3. brinethery
    • 4 years ago
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    Oh I wasn't specific enough, oops!

  4. kk1022
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    so for the equation: C(n) = 350*⌈n/60⌉, what is the name of this kind of function?

  5. AsianDuck
    • 4 years ago
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    ceil

  6. dpaInc
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    floor function takes the on the greatest integer less than x. the ceiling function takes on the least inter greater than x.

  7. dpaInc
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    did that make any sense?

  8. kk1022
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    Im trying to understand it, But im kind of confused

  9. dpaInc
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    after saying it, i'm confused...

  10. kk1022
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    Lol. Il do some research on my own. Thanks though!

  11. dpaInc
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    np. yeah i think what i said is correct... :)

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