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3 April, 01:25

The temperature of a chemical compound, in degrees Celsius, changes when the compound is exposed to UV light. The table below shows the temperature of the compound, in degrees Celsius, x minutes after the compound is exposed to UV light.

x 0 2 4 6 8

f (x) 15 15.5 17 19.5 23

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  1. 3 April, 02:52
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    The temperature of the compound will follow this function: 1/8x^2+15 (I could be wrong).

    But how did I come up with this function?

    The standard of a quadratic equation is given ... the x is given ... the f (x) is given. Now plug these in correspondence to find the constants. The rest is algebra. If you are not getting this answer, let me see your work
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