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Problem 14

The table shows a speedometer readings at 10-seco…

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Problem 13

The speed of a runner increased steadily during the first three seconds of a race. Her speed at half-second intervals is given in the table. Find lower and upper estimates for the distance that she traveled during these three seconds.

Answer

Lower Estimate: 34.7 $\mathrm{ft}$
Upper Estimate: 44.8 $\mathrm{ft}$



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Okay, so we have all six of equal choose. They're all times 0.56 to 5 was 10.8 times 0.5 plus 18.14 That's 19 four times five. What's 69 points? Four times reports five sums degree or 50.7 feet? Well, we have our at six. That's equal to they report 56.2 plus the dope. It's fine. Times 10 feet plus zero point fire times 14.9 18.17 point five butts, 19 points boards. That's five plus 28.2. What's five? Yeah, this is 44 48 Speaks. So our upper estimates is restaurant overestimate. Its 44.8 feet and lower estimate is 34.7 feet.

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