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Limit Application: Calculus 1?
Professor Smith claims that a student’s final exam score is a function of the time t
(in hours) that the student studies. He claims that the closer to seven hours one studies, the closer to 100% the student scores on the final. He claims that studying significantly less than seven
hours may cause one to be underprepared for the test, while studying significantly more than seven hours may cause
Write Professor Smith’s claim symbolically as a limit.
- llafferLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
If f(t) is the score that is achieved after studying for "t" hours, then:
lim t->7 of f(t) = 100