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CalcDerp102
Murrel s formula for calculating the total amount of rest, in minutes, required after preforming a particular type of work activity for 30 minutes is given by the formula R(w) = 30(w-4)/w-1.5 , where w is the work expended in kilocalories per min. A bicyclist expends 7 kcal/min as she cycles home from work find R'(w) for the cyclist... that is find R'(7)
these are the options A) 6.12 min2/kcal B) 7.35 min2/kcal C) 4.9 min2/kcal D) 8.57 min2/kcal i got 16.36...
the answer is A but idont know why or how
would quotient rule be done to solve this
Yeah use quotient rule to find the derivative