Small Kevin Chen

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Water is being poured into a ”Dixie cup” (a standard cup that is smaller at the bottom than at the top). The height of the water in the cup is a function of the volume of water in the cup. The graph of this function is a. increasing and concave down b. increasing and concave up c. a straight line with positive slopeWater is being poured into a ”Dixie cup” (a standard cup that is smaller at the bottom than at the top). The height of the water in the cup is a function of the volume of water in the cup. The graph of this function is a. increasing and concave down b. increasing and concave up c. a straight line with positive slopeWater is being poured into a ”Dixie cup” (a standard cup that is smaller at the bottom than at the top). The height of the water in the cup is a function of the volume of water in the cup. The graph of this function is a. increasing and concave down b. increasing and concave up c. a straight line with positive slope

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Small Tutor Aaron Lee

Ans: A. It is easy to see that the function is increasing: the more water we add,...


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