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sparkly16
 one year ago
Suppose that the temperature, T, in degrees Celsius, varies with the height h, in km, above the earth's surface according to the equation T(h)= (60 / (h+2)). Find the average rate of change in temp with respect to height at a height of 3 km.
sparkly16
 one year ago
Suppose that the temperature, T, in degrees Celsius, varies with the height h, in km, above the earth's surface according to the equation T(h)= (60 / (h+2)). Find the average rate of change in temp with respect to height at a height of 3 km.

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RaphaelFilgueiras
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0dw:1389407894980:dw

MayankD
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Average change in temperature wrt height is given by[ integral 03 (60/h+2)*dh ]/integral 03 dh
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