3 March, 08:31

# For which of the following would it be appropriate to use positive integers for the domain of the function? select all that apply. The function c (p) represents The cost for P people to attend the movies. the function m (t) represents the miles driven over T hours. the function t (m) represents the average high temperature for a given number of months. the function p (w) represents the prophet of a farmer who sells whole watermelons. the function h (n) represents the number of person-hours it takes to assemble n engines in a factory

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1. 3 March, 09:03
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Domain is the x-values.

Scenarios where positive integers are appropriately used for the domain of the function:

The function c (p) represents The cost for P people to attend the movies. (number of people can either be 0 going upwards)

the function m (t) represents the miles driven over T hours (hours always start with 1.)

the function t (m) represents the average high temperature for a given number of months (number of months always start with 1)

the function p (w) represents the prophet of a farmer who sells whole watermelons (count of whole watermelon starts with 1)

the function h (n) represents the number of person-hours it takes to assemble n engines in a factory (number of engines always start with 1)