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18jonea

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Which of the following is an example of applied domain? A car reaches its maximum speed. An airplane is thrown out of an 8-story building. A tossed ball stops when it reaches the ground. These are all examples of applied domain. I think it is all the above but need a second opinion @jdoe0001

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  1. 18jonea
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    actually its the ball hits the ground

  2. jdoe0001
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    well a domain is the INPUT used, to get an OUTPUT all those scenarios involve time and distance and any phenomena moves over those two variables thus all involve an INPUT and OUTPUT so, their domain would be the "time" it took to go from one point to another the range is the "distance" it covered in that time

  3. 18jonea
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    so would it be all of the above? @jdoe0001

  4. 18jonea
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