anonymous
  • anonymous
A seagull can dive 45 meters below the surface of the water to reach a fish. It dives 11% of the total depth every 1 second. What is the depth of the seagull after 2 seconds? a. -2.475 meters b. -4.95 meters c. -9.9 meters d. -7.425 meters
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@ganeshie8 ?
phi
  • phi
do you know how to find 11% of 45 ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you do 45/x 11/100?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
or is it the other way around
phi
  • phi
just 45 times 11/100
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok
phi
  • phi
11% of the total depth every 1 second. that will be how far down it goes in 1 second to find how far down in 2 seconds multiply by 2 so the answer is \[ \frac{2\cdot 45\cdot 11}{100} \]
phi
  • phi
it looks like they are using negative numbers to show the distance below the water surface
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i know the answer now. thank you

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