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Graph the linear equation for the indicated values of the independent variable.Show this on a Graph as well as the formula V=50n + 30, 0.1<= n <= 0.9

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Graph the linear equation for the indicated values of the independent variable.Show this on a Graph as well as the formula V=50n + 30, 0.1<= n <= 0.9

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0<=x<=300 0<=y<=12000 Sketch

(See attached file for full problem description) --- 1) a. Let f be defined on [a, b] by f(x) prove directly that f is measurable b. let E be measurable subset of R, and let f be measurable function on E Define the function f and f on E as follows: f (x) = max { f(x), 0}, and f (x) = max{ -f(x), 0}, 1b. prove direc

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State the solution set using interval notation and graph the solution set.

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