anonymous
  • anonymous
If an object is dropped from a tower of unknown height, the velocity of the object after t seconds can be obtained by multiplying t by 32 and adding 10 to the result. Therefore, you can express V as a linear function of t. Find the domain of this function.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
apparently \[V=32t+10\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
the rest doesn't make sense to me since the object is dropped, the velocity has to be negative (it is going down, not up) and so maybe you are supposed to solve \(32t+10\leq 0\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
but that doesn't make sense either because that means you are going backwards in time

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I know that part o. o i dont get the domain and range options are a. (-∞, ∞) b. (-1, ∞) c. [0, ∞) d. [1, 4]
anonymous
  • anonymous
the whole thing makes no sense the object is dropped unless it has an engine attached to it, fins and a nosecone, it is going down, not up but your velocity is positive for positive values of \(t\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is for a college math XD and i'm looking for another opinion
anonymous
  • anonymous
you sure it isn't \[v=-32t+10\] that would make sense
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 32t+10 o. o
anonymous
  • anonymous
XD its confusing me to
anonymous
  • anonymous
k, then i am lost

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