Posted by **Mia** on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 10:02pm.

The formula below gives the surface area S of a human body (in square meters) in terms of its weight W (in kilograms) and its height H (in centimeters).

S = 0.007184(W^0.425)(H^0.725)

Compute SW and SH when W = 100 kg and

H = 180 cm.

SW = ?

SH = ?

NOTE: I took the derivative of 0.007184 and multiply it by the derivative (100^.425)(180^.725)

but it still says it is wrong. please help me out.

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