For Exercises 2325, use the following information. During a regular respiratory cycle

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Problem 23

For Exercises 2325, use the following information. During a regular respiratory cycle, the volume of air in liters in human lungs can be described by V(t) = 0.173t + 0.152t 2 - 0.035t 3, where t is the time in seconds. 23. Estimate the real zeros of the function by graphing.

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Day 15 ­ 2/8/2016 Phys 5b HW #1 ­ asked to calculate how long will it take for the displacement to decrease one percent to its original value, referring to the exponential envelope. Pretend as if the sinusoidal didn’t exist Reading: 15.2, 15.5, 15.7, 16.1, 16.2 Review: Standing Waves ­ by adding up two waves of the same...

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Textbook: College Physics, Volume 1
Edition: 10
Author: Raymond A. Serway, Chris Vuille
ISBN: 9781285737034

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