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Despiniosnt 2022-05-24 Answered
E X P = { n 3 ( n + 1 3 + 24 50 ) n 15 n 3 ( n + 14 50 ) 15 n 36 n 3 ( n 2 + 32 50 ) 36 n 100
In this equation there are 3 systems of equations, but there are inequalities next to them. Does this mean that for example we use the top equation when
n 15
and so on?
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Krish Finley
Answered 2022-05-25 Author has 14 answers
Yes, you are correct, that's exactly what that means. This is an example of a piecewise function. The idea is that sometime, as in this case, it's useful to have a different rule for assigning outputs depending on the value of the input.
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Kiana Harper
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