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Homework Help: Alg II

Posted by Rylie on Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 10:35pm.

So in our Alg II class we're studing variables and functions, and from the situation given we are to figure out the equation.

"In a lighting storm, the time interval betwee the flash ad the bang (f) is directly proportional to the distance between you and the lighting (m)."

Okay so, from the second half of this equation I figured that f=3m . Now the homework is asking us to find what the constant of 3 represents in this real world situation. Any ideas?

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