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Please help will medal A student needs to make a circular cardboard piece with an area between 154 square inches and 616 square inches. The function f(r) relates the area of the cardboard piece, in square inches, to the radius r in inches. Which of the following shows a reasonable domain for f(r)?

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  1. anonymous
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    7 < r < 14 154 < r < 616 all positive integers less than 7 all positive integers between 14 and 154

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    can you help me? @BB_Jay561

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    what

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    I need help with the q question I posted

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    ok what is it ill try

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    A student needs to make a circular cardboard piece with an area between 154 square inches and 616 square inches. The function f(r) relates the area of the cardboard piece, in square inches, to the radius r in inches. Which of the following shows a reasonable domain for f(r)?

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    7 < r < 14 154 < r < 616 all positive integers less than 7 all positive integers between 14 and 154

  8. anonymous
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    it is A

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    thank you so much

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    np your welcome

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    can you help with one more?

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