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# THERMODYNAMICS The magnitude of the rangeof exhaust temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit)

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THERMODYNAMICS The magnitude of the rangeof exhaust temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) in anexperimental diesel engine is approximated by themodelwhere is the relative load (in foot-pounds).(a) Write the partial fraction decomposition of theequation.(b) The decomposition in part (a) is the difference oftwo fractions. The absolute values of the terms givethe expected maximum and minimum temperaturesof the exhaust gases for different loads.Write the equations for Ymax and Ymin.(c) Use a graphing utility to graph each equation frompart (b) in the same viewing window.(d) Determine the expected maximum and minimumtemperatures for a relative load of 0.5.

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