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*He has remembered all of the answers to Piecewise-Defined Functions
 
*He has remembered all of the answers to Piecewise-Defined Functions
  
*Here is one of the hardest problems: Let <math>p(x)</math> be defined on <math>2 \le x \le 10</math> such that<cmath>p(x) = \begin{cases} x + 1 &\quad \lfloor x \rfloor\text{ is prime} \\ p(y) + (x + 1 - \lfloor x \rfloor) &\quad \text{otherwise} \end{cases}</cmath>where <math>y</math> is the greatest prime factor of <math>\lfloor x\rfloor.</math> Express the range of <math>p</math> in interval notation. Try to solve it.
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*Here is one of the hardest problems: Let <math>p(x)</math> be defined on <math>2 \le x \le 10</math> such that<cmath>p(x) = \begin{cases} x + 1 &\quad \lfloor x \rfloor\text{ is prime} \\ p(y) + (x + 1 - \lfloor x \rfloor) &\quad \text{otherwise} \end{cases}</cmath>where <math>y</math> is the greatest prime factor of <math>\lfloor x\rfloor.</math> Express the range of <math>p</math> in interval notation.  
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*Take the buddymeter [https://buddymeter.com/quiz.html?q=rcJkyb2 here]
  
*Take the buddymeter [https://buddymeter.com/quiz.html?q=rcJkyb2 here]
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Latest revision as of 22:46, 14 February 2021

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  • He has remembered all of the answers to Piecewise-Defined Functions
  • Here is one of the hardest problems: Let $p(x)$ be defined on $2 \le x \le 10$ such that\[p(x) = \begin{cases} x + 1 &\quad \lfloor x \rfloor\text{ is prime} \\ p(y) + (x + 1 - \lfloor x \rfloor) &\quad \text{otherwise} \end{cases}\]where $y$ is the greatest prime factor of $\lfloor x\rfloor.$ Express the range of $p$ in interval notation.

When you find the answer click here and put the solution.


  • Take the buddymeter here

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