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  1. ...everyone does it the same way . To avoid confusion with the constant offset c , we typically use k for the constant of variation. Again, it s conventional. By the way - other...

    3 Answers · Education & Reference · 29/09/2008

  2. 1. For k ... k = (ln|y - 90| - c )/t c .... c = ln|y - 90| - kt I don't get the initial values since you have more than two constants, k and c .

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 12/09/2011

  3. K (x) means that what ever they give you after the problem, you plug in for "x". so it would be 0+5, -10+5, etc. and k ( c +1), just plug c +1 into x, distribute, and you will get 5c+5 .

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 06/11/2010

  4. simply put whatever is in the ()'s in for the x: k (0) = 0 + 15 = 15 k (-18) = -18 + 15 = -3 k (-20) = -20 + 15 = -5 k (8) = 8 + 15 = 23 k ( c + 19) = c + 19 + 15 = c + 34 that's it! ;)

    3 Answers · Education & Reference · 19/04/2009

  5. k (-8) = 8(-8) = -64 k (5) = 8(5) = 40 k (30) = 8(30) = 240 just substitute the value in the bracket for x

    3 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/03/2010

  6. ...equal to 1.8 degrees in Fahrenheit. ------ OK, what about K vs C ? Well, the step size is the same. The difference is that...

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 16/09/2012

  7. K (x) = 6x K (-2) = 6(-2) = -12 K (5) = 6(5) = 30 K (35) = 6(35) = 210

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 27/02/2008

  8. The slope is change in y over change in x: (( c +d) - ( c -d)) / (( c -d) - ( c +d)) = 2d / -2d = -1 (with d not equal to 0).

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 27/04/2011

  9. You have two unknown quantities, k and c , and one equation. There is an infinite number of possible ...

    2 Answers · Education & Reference · 21/05/2012

  10. It's 277K. Water density is greatest at 4 degrees Celsius (O degrees Celsius = 273K, so 4 degrees Celsius = 277K). When the temperature decreases to 0...

    11 Answers · Education & Reference · 13/10/2007

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