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The number of billboards per mile along a 100-mile stretch

Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9780132014083 | Authors: Ross L. Finney ISBN: 9780132014083 136

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The number of billboards per mile along a 100-mile stretch of an interstate highway approaching a certain city is modeled by the function B!x" ! 21 " e0.03x , where x is the distance from the city in miles. About how many billboards are along that stretch of highway?

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Chapter 18 - The Age of the City 1)The Urbanization of America a)The Life of the City i)Urban pop increased 7x in 50 yrs after Civil War, by 1920 majority of ppl lived in urban areas. Occurred partly b/c of natural growth, mostly b/c immigrants and rural ppl flocked b/c offered better paying jobs than rural areas, cultural experiences available, transportation to cities easier than ever b)Migrations i)Late 19th century saw geographic mobility- Americans left declining Eastern agricultural regions for new farmlands in West and for cities of East ii)Women moved from farms where mechanization decreased their value; Southern blacks moved to cities to escape rural poverty, oppression, violence iii)Largest source of urban growth immigrants: until 1880s mainly educated N Eur

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Textbook: Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic
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Author: Ross L. Finney
ISBN: 9780132014083

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