For an input of 10 A.M. how many cars are in the parking lot (output) ?
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This question looks incomplete.
I don't know.. that's what its telling me ha
Input:10 A.M < The time :P
It's asking for output? :/
Lets go on to the next question lol :D
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okay.. it says determine whether or not each situation describes a function. Give a reason for your answer.
a. The amount of property tax you have to pay is a function of the assessed value of the house.
Where is the Function/Data ?
^ Exactly lool :P
it doesn't tell me :(
If you dont have the whole question , there is no way to find the answer
it is the whole question
Maybe there's like a preceding Story/Problem that refers to that current problem? errr...
hmm well you can't really calculate anything with incomplete information can you?
no but thanks(:
Scan the whole Test Paper or PDF exam
its not a test its homework lol I just don't get it
okay what other homework problems do you have? I had the same situtation in the past only to find all the given values in the first problem
okay here is one Gross pay Function
if you work for an hourly wage. your gross pay is a function of the number of hours that you work.
a. identify the input and output.
Let Gross pay per hour be A (constant for pay)
Let Number of hours worked be B (input in hours)
Let Gross pay for hours worked be C (output in gross pay)
\[A \times B = C\]
simple as that