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Torricelli’s Theorem states that if there is a hole in a container of liquid h feet below the surface of the liquid, then the liquid will flow out at a rate given by R (h)=√(2gh) where g = 32ft sec^2 . Find a linear function that can be used to approximate this rate for holes that are
close to 25 feet below the surface of the water.
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Torricelli’s Theorem states that if there is a hole in a container of liquid h feet below the surface of the liquid, then the liquid will flow out at a rate given by R (h)=√(2gh) where g = 32ft sec^2 . Find a linear function that can be used to approximate this rate for holes that are close to 25 feet below the surface of the water.
 one year ago
 one year ago

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It's difficult to help if you don't actually say what difficulty you're having. All you've done is to copy out the exercise problem, without saying what difficulty you're having with it. What difficulty are you actually having with it?
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