# 2. s(x) 0.14(4.1063) million units gives the cumulative total of iPod sales by Apple, where x 0 isthe fiscal year ending in Sept. 2002, 0 sx3a. 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 Write a rate of change model for the cumulative total sales of iPodsb.How quickly were iPods selling at the time the 2.5 millionth iPod was sold? Include units withC.your answer.d. Find the percentage rate of change in the number of iPods sold at the time of the 2.5 millionthiPod sold. Write a sentence of interpretation

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124 views help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose2. 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 sx3 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 fullscreen help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseWrite a rate of change model for the cumulative total sales of iPods b. How quickly were iPods selling at the time the 2.5 millionth iPod was sold? Include units with C. your answer. d. Find the percentage rate of change in the number of iPods sold at the time of the 2.5 millionth iPod sold. Write a sentence of interpretation fullscreen
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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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b) rate of change of a quantity is the derivative ... help_outlineImage Transcriptionclosed Basic rule:(a)= a* Ina dac s(x) 0.14x(4.106)" b)rate of change s'(x) 0.14x ln(4.106) x (4.106) = 0.198 x (4.106) (millions / year) fullscreen

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