the ferris wheel at an amusement park measures 16m in diameter. the wheel does 3 rotations every minute. the bottom of the wheel is 1m above the ground is this the write equation for...

the ferris wheel at an amusement park measures 16m in diameter. the wheel does 3 rotations every minute. the bottom of the wheel is 1m above the ground is this the write equation for...

the ferris wheel at an amusement park measures 16m in diameter. the wheel does 3 rotations every minute. the bottom of the wheel is 1m above the ground... a) determine the simplest equation that models...

The height of a person above the ground on a Ferris wheel is given by the function h(t)=9 sin {pi/20 (t- pi/2))+ 12 where h(t) is the height in meters of person t seconds after getting on a)...

2cos(1/2x)-cos(1/2x)=0 , where 0<x<2pi determine the complete solution for the equation

I need to factor the polynomial, but I am unable to get a conclusive answer.

An investment earns 7% interest, compounded annually. The amount, A, that the investment is worth as a functioning time, t, in years is given by A(t) - 500(1.07)^t. 1) Initially, when...

Expand and simplify the following powers. Give all of the answers in terms of positive exponents. (x^7a)^a-b / (x^3a)^a-2b Please help, and explain on how to get the...

I have to write 500 word describing the question, I cannot think of the advantages and the disadvantages of the methods.

Can't figure this one out, thanks for any help ! log216√8

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Two Ferris wheels are rotating side by side at the Math Fair. The first Ferris wheel has a radius of 7m and makes one complete revolution every 16s. The bottom of the wheel is 1.5m above the ground...

The displacement function d(t) is a combination of functions: d(t) =5 f(t)g(t)+r. Consider the following situation: • The mass is at a resting position of r = 30 cm. • The spring provides a period...

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what transformational mapping takes the graph of y=log3X to the graph y=log3(81X2). Justify your answer.

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Assume you get on the bottom. After the ride starts, how long will it take for your seat to reach the highest point on the wheel?