c = 0.429t
the constant rate at which carlos harvests cassava is 35 minutes per 15 cassavas 15/35 = 0.429 cassava per minute
therefore, an equation that models the number of cassava (c) that harvest carlos in a time (t) is the following:
where t is the time in minutes.
this means that when 35 minutes have elapsed 15 cassava have been harvested, at 70 minutes 30 cassava have been harvested and so on.
arc length = 6.63311 ft.
the formula the arc measure is:
arc length s=2πr(c)/360
c is the central angle of the arc in degrees
r is the radius of the arc
π is pi, approximately 3.142
using the above formula we get
thus we find that arc length of an arc for a circle of radius 20 feet and central angle 19 degrees is
sure thing bud
add -60 to 120 which will result in : 2x+3y=180
then subtract 2x: 3y=-2x+180
lastly, divide by 2: y= -2/3x+60
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