1.)The following formula can be used to convert from degrees Fahrenheit, F, to degrees Celsius, C:

C= 5/9*(F -32)
Gold is liquid for Celsius temperatures C such that 1063 degrees <= C < 2660 degrees. Find a comparable inequality for Fahrenheit temperatures.

2.) The following mathematical model: w = 125 (6400/6400 + x)^2

Describes the weight W (in pounds) of a 125 pound astronaut at an altitude of x kilometers above sea level. What is the astronaut's weight at an altitude of 9600 kilometers?

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4.) The following function: f(x) = 2(x + 10) , where x>=0
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Solution:
1) If C = 5/9*(F - 32), we can find out the reverse conversion formula by solving the above equation in F:
9/5*C = F - 32 --> F = 9/5*C + 32
For C = 1063, we will have:
F = 9/5*1063 + 32 = 1945.4
and for C = 2660:
F = 9/5*2660 + 32 = 4820
Hence, the answer is: gold is liquid between 1945.4 deg F and 4820 deg F.

2) We have the weight as a function of the altitude taken in km. This is based on a famous formula of Newton in Physics.
By replacing (x) in the formula with the actual altitude, we can find out the actual weight of the astronaut. For x = 9600 km, we will have:
w = 125*(6400/(6400+9600))^2= 20 lb

3) Let's denote (x) the amount invested in the first account ...

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