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II. Energy from Crude Oil (Modeling) The table shows the total energy supply from crude oil products, in quadrillion BTUs, for the years from 2010 and projected through 2040. Use the reported model y = f ( x ) for x = − 5 through x = 33 . Graph y = f ( x ) for this x -range. Find the number of quadrillion BTUs of energy when x = 9.0 . Find the number of quadrillion BTUs of energy when x = 9.16 . Find the number of quadrillion BTUs of energy when x = 9.3 .

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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
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II. Energy from Crude Oil (Modeling)

The table shows the total energy supply from crude oil products, in quadrillion BTUs, for the years from 2010 and projected through 2040.

Chapter 9, Problem 3EAGP2, II. Energy from Crude Oil (Modeling)

The table shows the total energy supply from crude oil

Use the reported model y = f ( x ) for x = 5 through x = 33 .

  1. Graph y = f ( x ) for this x-range.

  2. Find the number of quadrillion BTUs of energy when x = 9.0 .

  3. Find the number of quadrillion BTUs of energy when x = 9.16 .

  4. Find the number of quadrillion BTUs of energy when x = 9.3 .

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