Santiago R.

asked • 05/03/21

Please help me i need it

Sometimes there are constraints to when an equation works for a real word situation. When this happens, we have to be able to determine what the appropriate domain is for the function. The equation C(s) = 10s is given for the cost of a total number of shirts.

1. Can we calculate the cost of a negative number of shirts? __________

2. Can we calculate the cost of zero shirts? _________

3. Can we calculate the cost of a positive number of shirts? __________

4. Therefore, we can say that the equation represents the situation only when s ≥ __________.

Sometimes a solution to a problem does not make sense and can be eliminated.

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