The change in water vapor in a cloud is modeled by a polynomial function, C(x). Describe how to find the x-intercepts of C(x) and how to construct a rough graph of C(x) so that the meteorologist can predict when there will be no change in the water vapor. You may create a sample polynomial of degree 3 or higher to use in your explanations.

6 months ago@Shadow @dude @Hero Help me please T~T

6 months agoI'm pretty confident there's more to this than what you have currently posted. There must be a related diagram at the very least. Can you screenshot this from your textbook using a mobile device and then upload it here?

6 months agoNow how do i do dis e.e

6 months agoI think you were trying to cover up the part where it says Module Four TEST

6 months agoMhm you got good eyes.......im not asking for the answer if thats what your saying i just want to know how to do this cause i nearly failed my DBA

6 months agoso your not going to help i see........ what ever you people say this site is for helping people but you tend to do the opposite

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