deExercise (a)The following table shows, for a certain manufacturing plant, the number W of widgets, in thousands, producedin a day as a function of n, the number of full-time workers.W = Thousands ofwidgets producedn = Number ofworkers1025.02037.83043.24046.948.150Make a table showing, for each of the 10-worker intervals, the average rate of change in W per worker. (Roundyour answers to two decimal places.)Step 1The average yearly rate of change is given byChange in WAverage rate of changeChange in workersFor each of the four intervals we useChange in workers 1.34)Skip (you cannot come back)Submitto searchhpX

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Exercise (a)
The following table shows, for a certain manufacturing plant, the number W of widgets, in thousands, produced
in a day as a function of n, the number of full-time workers.
W = Thousands of
widgets produced
n = Number of
workers
10
25.0
20
37.8
30
43.2
40
46.9
48.1
50
Make a table showing, for each of the 10-worker intervals, the average rate of change in W per worker. (Round
your answers to two decimal places.)
Step 1
The average yearly rate of change is given by
Change in W
Average rate of change
Change in workers
For each of the four intervals we use
Change in workers 1.34)
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de Exercise (a) The following table shows, for a certain manufacturing plant, the number W of widgets, in thousands, produced in a day as a function of n, the number of full-time workers. W = Thousands of widgets produced n = Number of workers 10 25.0 20 37.8 30 43.2 40 46.9 48.1 50 Make a table showing, for each of the 10-worker intervals, the average rate of change in W per worker. (Round your answers to two decimal places.) Step 1 The average yearly rate of change is given by Change in W Average rate of change Change in workers For each of the four intervals we use Change in workers 1.34) Skip (you cannot come back) Submit to search hp X

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Here the rate of change of the widgets for k to (k – 1) can be calculated by the formula,

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W W (k) (=1}. where k = 1,2,3,4,5 Пр — п-)

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Since the difference in each of the produced widgets differs, ...

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kn Number W Thousands of of workers widgets produced | Rate of change W W (k-1) (k) 25.0 1 10 37.8 2 20 W2-W 37.8-25.0 20 30 n2-n =1.28 3 30 43.2 43.2 37.8 W3-W 30 20 nn2 =0.54 46.9 43.2 46.9 W -W 40 30 n4-n3 = 0.37 50 48.1 48.1-46.9 n n 50 40 =0.12 Table 40

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