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 A linear relationship 2016-10-16 From Bianca:x represents the number of hours since 8am. y represents the number of children the school nurse has seen during the school day. The nurse has seen 3 children by 8am and 27 children by noon. How many children has the nurse seen at 2pm? If the nurse has seen 18 children, what time is it?Answered by Penny Nom. Archimedes, Euclid and "Circular Reasoning" 2015-11-15 From Ron:I have read about Archimedes and his work with sphere in cylinder and cone in cylinder and the volume relationships. Did he or any others also extend this to regular based polygon based regular like pillars, and columns? The ratio of 1/3 to 1 whole holds true with all regular based columns as example: a regular pyramid having a regular hexagon base inside a regular hexagon column of equal height.Answered by Chris Fisher. Growth factor and growth rate 2008-02-13 From william:what is the difference between growth factor and growth rate?Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston. Making and using equations 2006-08-30 From Brooke:write an equation to model the relationship between these variables. Define the variables you use, and refer to your notes for a variety of formats of equations we have studied this year. week 1: 3 birds infected week 2: 15 birds infected week 3: 75 birds infected week 4: 375 birds infected Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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