The answer to this question will depend on the function f itself. Basically you will find the height in meters above the ground of the bird when it jumped when the time t=0s. This is substsitute every t in the function for a value of zero and that way you will get the bird's height at the time it jumped. If you were given a graph for this function, you can find the y-intercept of the graph and that will be the answer as well. The question could be written like this:
A baby bird jumps from a tree branch and flutters to the ground. The function "" models the bird's height (in meters) above the ground as a function of time (in seconds) after jumping. What is bird's height above the ground when it jumped.
Once your function is given, you can substitute t=0 since 0s is the time measured at the moment the bird jumped. So our function will be:
So the height of the bird above the ground when it jumped is 25m in this particular function.
answer is d-29
since you didn't include the picture, i can give you the description so you know how to pick the correct answer. the third quartile of a data is always shown in a box plot. in the middle of your graph should be a box. the third quartile is the value that goes with the far right edge of the box.
the answer is b.
identity property is where 0+whatever number=whatever number. basically 0+ a number.