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@Nasa7 CAN U HELP
So, The western Beach is losing sand, dunes beach is gaining sand. In a span of about 11 to 12 years
oh i was over thinking it thanks a ton ur a life saver ive been on this question 4 hrs
is that all i have to put
No I am still typing :P
I am beginning to explain it.
So, the western beach looses 2 ft while dunes beach get 5ft more per year.
So, we would get a constant slope when you plot the graphs so 2 less per year for western and 5 more per year for dunes so both would be linear
ok i get it thanks for explaining ,i dont think i have to graph it just write it out
can u check my work for Between which years will the beaches have approximately the same width? 11 and 12/2006-2007 Assuming these rates remain constant, what can you do to get a better approximation of when the two beaches will have the same width -2x + 100 = 5x + 20 100 - 20 = 7x 80 = 7x 80/7 = x x ~11.43 years
So what I am going to have you do is there are many posts just like this read through this post then tell me if you have any other questions :)
ok thanks for helping ; )
No problem thanks for the medal :)
I answered this question before too. including a sketch of the functions.
Ah yes also take a look at triciaal's let me get it :)
ok thanks again
Thank you @triciaal
welcome Is there a way to quickly retrieve the original ( this was phi's) or in general to search closed questions?