Posted by **Nabil** on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 7:07am.

Video game company hires gamers to test a new adventure game. The number of levels completed by an average gamer is given by L = 60/(3+17e^-0.1t) where L is the number of levels completed after t hours of playing.

a) How many levels is a gamer expected to be able to complete when he is first hired? (If a gamer has not yet tested the game, he played 0 hours.)

b) How many hours would an average gamer need to play the game to complete 10 levels?

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