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5) A parking lot charges $@ for each hour of portion of an hour, with a maximum charge of $12 for all day. If f(t) equals the total parking bill for t hours, sketch a graph of y =f(t) for 0≤ t ≤ 24. Determine the limits as t -> 3.5 and t -> 4 of f(t), if they exist.
I am not sure just be patient someone will come along to help
I have always hated problems like this
@Luis_Rivera umm can u help me now?
Can you turn this into a written equation?
@Mertsj can u help?
Reread your post. How much is charged for part of an hour?
So for t hours, they charge 2t for t less than or equal to 6 because 12 is the maximum charge for the entire day.
So your graph should show a $2 charge for 0
6 a constant charge of $12
i dont under stand can u explain it?
And so on. Complete the graph.
so it increase 2 dollars every time
Well I would say so since it is $2 per hour. If you park for 3 to 4 hours, it will cost you 8 dollars. If you park 1 to 2 hours it will cost you 4 dollars.
and how many hours will it go? or it just the matter of showing the amount you want in the cahrt?
What do the directions in you problem tell you? How many hours are you supposed to go?
well its saying for t hours so its says the last is 12 dollars so 5 or 6?
sketch a graph of y =f(t) for 0≤ t ≤ 24.
How many hours does it say?
ohh okay thank you!!