The normal body temperature of a camel is 37^{\circ}C. This temperature va

nicekikah 2021-09-14 Answered
The normal body temperature of a camel is 37C. This temperature varies by up 3 throughout the day. Write and solve an absolute value inequality that represents the range of normal body temperatures (in degrees Celsius) of a camel throughout the day.
Given information:
Normal temperature of camel =37C
This temperature can vary by up to 3C
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Let T denotes temperature (in degrees Celsius) of a camel throughout the day.
Now it is given that the normal temperature of camel is 37C and it can vary from by up to 3C. Thus, the required absolute value inequality is:
|T37|3
Now consider,
|T37|3
3T373
3+37T37+373+37
34T40
The solution is 34T40.

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