If you were given a function D(x) which estimates the average listenership of a radio station x hours after programming begins each day. If you were given a function D(x) which estimates the average...
If you were given a function D(x) which estimates the average listenership of a radio station x hours after programming begins each day.
If you were given a function D(x) which estimates the average listenership of a radio station x hours after programming begins each day. Describe how would you go about determining the time of peak listenership between the programming starts at 6 a.m to 2 p.m
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Given: the function D(x) describes the average listenership and D(x) is dependent on the time of day (x) after programming begins eacy day.
There are two ways to determine the answer:
1. Graph the equation of listenership v. time and determine where the...
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