Asked Mar 19, 2019

Consider the function

f(t)=1−2t+ 4t 2 .

Give the largest value of t such that the percentage rate of change equals 100. Give your answer to one decimal place.

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Step 1

To determine the point x where the percentage is the maximum (under the given conditions) 

Step 2

Recall the relevant defintion (of percentage change of f at the point t)

Step 3

Set up the equation for th...


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