What is the best way to solve this problem within ~1 minute? (given SAT time limit)
This no-calc prompt is from the Daily Practice app:
The temp T in °C of a chilled drink after the drink has been sitting on a table for m min is represented by T(m) = 32 – 28*3^(-0.05m).
What is the best interpretation of the # 32 in this context?
A. The drink is originally 32°C.
B. Every 32 min, the temperature warms by 3°C.
C. After 32 min, the drink will fully warm to the ambient temp.
D. After the drink has been sitting for a very long time, the temp of the drink will approach 32°C.
Hey Mike, could you please help me with practise test 8, section 4 question 38? If you simply plug in P as 152, it’s easy to get the answer. However, im not sure what “if P approximates the values in the table to within 10 micrograms per milliliter” exactly means? How does that statement help me to solve the question or change the numbers I’m inputting as P?
Thank you so much!
Can you do Test 2 Section 3 #14? Thanks!