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Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a sinusoidal function. Suppose you know the temperature varies between 58 and 72 degrees during the day and the average daily temperature first occurs at 8 AM. How many hours after midnight, to two decimal places, does the temperature first reach 60 degrees?

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Q.1 Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a
sinusoidal function. Suppose you know the high temperature of 83
degrees occurs at 6 PM and the average temperature for the day is
65 degrees. Find the temperature, to the nearest degree, at 10 AM.
(Answer: degrees)
Q.2 Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a
sinusoidal function. Suppose you know the temperature varies
between 60 and 90 degrees during the day and the average daily
temperature...

Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a sinusoidal
function.
Suppose you know the high temperature of 72 degrees occurs at
5 PM and the average temperature for the day is 65 degrees. Find
the temperature, to the nearest degree, at 6 AM.

Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a sinusoidal
function. Suppose you know the high temperature of 57 degrees
occurs at 3 PM and the average temperature for the day is 50
degrees. Find the temperature, to the nearest degree, at 7
AM.
degrees

Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a sinusoidal
function. Suppose you know the high temperature of 100 degrees
occurs at 4 PM and the average temperature for the day is 80
degrees. Find the temperature, to the nearest degree, at 7 AM.

Outside temperature over a day can be modelled as a sinusoidal
function. Suppose you know the high temperature for the day is 80
degrees and the low temperature of 50 degrees occurs at 4 AM.
Assuming t is the number of hours since midnight, find an equation
for the temperature, D, in terms of t.
D(t)=

Outside temperature over a day can be modelled as a sinusoidal
function. Suppose you know the high temperature for the day is 102
degrees and the low temperature of 68 degrees occurs at 3 AM.
Assuming t is the number of hours since midnight, find an equation
for the temperature, D, in terms of t.
D(t)D(t) =

part a.) Outside temperature over the course of a day can be
modeled as a sinusoidal function. If the low temperature for the
day is 42°F and the high temperature is 86°F, calculate the
amplitude of the model function.
part b.) Outside temperature over the course of a day can be
modeled as a sinusoidal function. If the low temperature for the
day is 42°F and the high temperature is 86°F, what is the midline
of the model function?

1.Find a possible formula for the trigonometric function whose
values are in the following table.
x
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
y
-2
-5
-2
1
-2
-5
-2
y=
2. A population of rabbits oscillates 21 above and below an
average of 103 during the year, hitting the lowest value in January
(t = 0). Find an equation for the population, P, in terms
of the months since January, t.
P(t) =
What if the lowest value...

In a certain city the temperature (in °F) t hours after 9 AM was
modeled by the function T(t) = 40 + 11 sin πt 12 . Find the average
temperature Tave during the period from 9 AM to 9 PM. (Round your
answer to the nearest whole number.).

A business manager wanted to know if there was a relationship
between daily temperature measured in degrees Fahrenheit and number
of employees who called-in sick each day. He collected the
following data over 10 days:
Daily Temperature: 64 60 67 63 60 64 72 66 60 69
# Called-in Sick: 33 32 30 37 34 28 31 27 31 26
1. A. Obtain the mode, median, and mean for Daily Temperature
only.
B. Obtain the range for Daily temperature.
C....

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