2. s(x) 0.14(4.1063) million units gives the cumulative total of iPod sales by Apple, where x 0 is=the fiscal year ending in Sept. 2002, 0 xs3a. According to the model, how long after the 2002 fiscal year did it take Apple to have sold a totalof 2.5 million iPods? Round the answer to three decimal places and include units with theanswer

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2. s(x) 0.14(4.1063) million units gives the cumulative total of iPod sales by Apple, where x 0 is
=
the fiscal year ending in Sept. 2002, 0 xs3
a. According to the model, how long after the 2002 fiscal year did it take Apple to have sold a total
of 2.5 million iPods? Round the answer to three decimal places and include units with the
answer
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2. s(x) 0.14(4.1063) million units gives the cumulative total of iPod sales by Apple, where x 0 is = the fiscal year ending in Sept. 2002, 0 xs3 a. According to the model, how long after the 2002 fiscal year did it take Apple to have sold a total of 2.5 million iPods? Round the answer to three decimal places and include units with the answer

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As per norm, the first three questions are answered. To study the given model for s(x) and its derivative

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a) x = 2.041 years

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s(x)0.14x(4.106) (x 02002),0<x<3. a)Find x satisfying 0.14x(4.106) 2.5 xlog(4.106) log(2.5)- log (0.14) 1.25181 1.25181 2.041years) log(4.106)

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b) rate of change of a quantity is the derivative ...

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Basic rule:(a*) = a* Ina dac s(x) 0.14x(4.106)", b)rate of change s'(x) 0.14x In(4.106) x (4.106) = 0.198 x (4.106) (millions / year)

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