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TylerD

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multivariable calc

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  1. TylerD
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  2. TylerD
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    how do I figure out which graph it is in the last part?

  3. Jhannybean
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    That's soooo much to read e.e

  4. TylerD
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    maybe i should goto the reading section of this site

  5. TylerD
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    i suppose since R is being raised to a power, as R goes up, P goes down, do it doesnt seem like it could be D

  6. dan815
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    ask a more particular question

  7. dan815
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    summarize your question

  8. TylerD
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    how would I graph this?

  9. TylerD
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    why are there multiple lines on the graph?

  10. TylerD
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    oh I see it corresponds to each balance equation i did previously...?

  11. TylerD
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    ok I might be able to solve it then, was confused because there were multiple curves...

  12. TylerD
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    still a bit lost here, tried graphing it, get strange results.

  13. TylerD
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    lucky guess is, got the answer as C, but havent nailed down why.

  14. dan815
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    set r=0

  15. dan815
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    and solve for some y intercepts

  16. TylerD
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    if you set r=0, P=0

  17. dan815
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    or set it to 0.00001

  18. TylerD
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    k

  19. dan815
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    actually when u set r=0 p is not 0 its just a 0/0 expression

  20. TylerD
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    if i do that then i get http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y%3D%28450000*0.00000001%29%2F%28%281%2B0.00000001%29^120-1%29%29 3750, but that wasnt would correspond to graph A...

  21. TylerD
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    wait nvm

  22. TylerD
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    extra 0 on the 45000, k thanks man.

  23. dan815
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    np

  24. anonymous
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