2024 AMC 8 Problems/Problem 10
Contents
- 1 Problem
- 2 Solution 1
- 3 Solution 2
- 4 Solution 3
- 5 Video Solution (A Clever Explanation You’ll Get Instantly)
- 6 Video Solution 1 (easy to digest) by Power Solve
- 7 Video Solution by Math-X (First fully understand the problem!!!)
- 8 Video Solution by NiuniuMaths (Easy to understand!)
- 9 Video Solution 2 by SpreadTheMathLove
- 10 Video Solution by CosineMethod [🔥Fast and Easy🔥]
- 11 Video Solution by Interstigation
- 12 Video Solution by Daily Dose of Math (Certified, Simple, and Logical)
- 13 See Also
Problem
In January the Mauna Loa Observatory recorded carbon dioxide levels of ppm (parts per million). Over the years the average reading has increased by about ppm each year. What is the expected level in ppm in January ? Round your answer to the nearest integer.
Solution 1
This is a time period of years, so we can expect the ppm to increase by . .
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Solution 2
For each year that has passed, the ppm will increase by . In , the CO2 would have increased by so the total ppm of CO2 will be
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Solution 3
years. The ppm level in 2030 is .
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Video Solution (A Clever Explanation You’ll Get Instantly)
https://youtu.be/5ZIFnqymdDQ?si=ATKTcOdaVPGWU8_V&t=1089
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Video Solution 1 (easy to digest) by Power Solve
https://youtu.be/16YYti_pDUg?si=T3FZAZoeeL5NP3yR&t=411
Video Solution by Math-X (First fully understand the problem!!!)
https://youtu.be/BaE00H2SHQM?si=kk52okhz__aC8g9l&t=2078
~Math-X
Video Solution by NiuniuMaths (Easy to understand!)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-xN8Njd_Lc
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Video Solution 2 by SpreadTheMathLove
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L83DxusGkSY
Video Solution by CosineMethod [🔥Fast and Easy🔥]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uceM9Gek944
Video Solution by Interstigation
https://youtu.be/ktzijuZtDas&t=938
Video Solution by Daily Dose of Math (Certified, Simple, and Logical)
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See Also
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