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anonymous
 one year ago
Write a function g(h) that expresses the number of cups in a stack in terms of cups, n, in the stack?
The height function of a stack of cups is s(n) = 0.5n+ 12.5....12.5 means the height of the first cup and the 0.5 is the measure of each new cup that was added. Now I have to write a function that represents the number of cups in a stack in terms of the height, h, of the stack, and then answer these questions:
1.what number represents the slope of your function s?
2.what rate of change does this slope represent? 3.what number represents the slope of your function g?
anonymous
 one year ago
Write a function g(h) that expresses the number of cups in a stack in terms of cups, n, in the stack? The height function of a stack of cups is s(n) = 0.5n+ 12.5....12.5 means the height of the first cup and the 0.5 is the measure of each new cup that was added. Now I have to write a function that represents the number of cups in a stack in terms of the height, h, of the stack, and then answer these questions: 1.what number represents the slope of your function s? 2.what rate of change does this slope represent? 3.what number represents the slope of your function g?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.04. what rate of change does this lope represent?
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