anonymous
  • anonymous
If f(x) is the height, in cm, of a sunflower plant which is x days old, which of the following statements best describes the meaning of f(60) = 210?
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WolframWizard
  • WolframWizard
Look at the numbers given in f(60)=210. What variables were replaced?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The height of the sunflower plant is 60 cm when it is 210 days old. The height of the sunflower plant is 210 cm when it is 60 days old. The height of the sunflower plant is 210 cm when it is 3.5 days old. The height of the sunflower plant is 60 cm when it is 3.5 days old.
anonymous
  • anonymous
is itA

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WolframWizard
  • WolframWizard
In the equation given, f(x) is replaced with f(60). This means x became 60. If x=60 and x= the days that have passed, that means 60=the days that have passed
anonymous
  • anonymous
so no?
anonymous
  • anonymous
or yes?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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