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The rate of change in data entry speed of a student is ds/dx = 9(x + 1)-1/2, where x is the number of lessons the student has had and s is in entries per
minute.
(a) Find the data entry speed as a function of the number of lessons if the student can complete 22 entries per minute with no lessons (x = 0).
s(x) :
(b) How many entries per minute can the student complete after 48 lessons?
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The rate of change in data entry speed of a student is ds/dx = 9(x + 1)-1/2, where x is the number of lessons the student has had and s is in entries per minute. (a) Find the data entry speed as a function of the number of lessons if the student can complete 22 entries per minute with no lessons (x = 0). s(x) : (b) How many entries per minute can the student complete after 48 lessons?

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Step 1

To determine

Part a) The data entry speed as a function of the number of lessons the student has taken.

Part b) The number of entries per minute the student can complete after 48 lessons.

Step 2

Given:

The rate of change in data entry speed of a student is,

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Step 3

Part (a)

Integrate the rate of change in data...

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