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Modeling The table gives the number of women age 16 years and older (in millions) in the U.S. civilian workforce for selected years from 1950 and projected to 2050. Use x as the number of years past 1950 to create a cubic model using these data. Report the model with three significant digit coefficients. During what year does the reported model indicate that the rate of change of the number of women in the workforce reached its maximum? What feature of the graph of the function found in part (a) is the result found in part (b)?

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Mathematical Applications for the ...

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Ronald J. Harshbarger + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305108042

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ISBN: 9781305108042
Chapter 10, Problem 18T
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Modeling The table gives the number of women age 16 years and older (in millions) in the U.S. civilian workforce for selected years from 1950 and projected to 2050.

  1. Use x as the number of years past 1950 to create a cubic model using these data. Report the model with three significant digit coefficients.

  2. During what year does the reported model indicate that the rate of change of the number of women in the workforce reached its maximum?

  3. What feature of the graph of the function found in part (a) is the result found in part (b)?

    Chapter 10, Problem 18T, 18.	Modeling The table gives the number of women age 16 years and older (in millions) in the U.S.

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