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Use this information to answer Questions 1 - 4 below. Consider the following piecewise-linear function 5 -2x if 12 f(x)- Question 1 (1 point) What is the domain of f? 1-1,6 (0, 00)Question 2 (1 point) Find A3) Question 3 (1 point) Find 0) Question 4 (1 point) Find 12)Use this information to answer Questions 5 6 below. The graph pictured shows a piecewise- linear function y fx). Write a symbolic description of the function and then answer the questions. Note that points highlighted on the graph (i.e., marked with a.) have integer coordinates 4 2 -2 2 4 6 8Question 5 (1 point) Find 10.35). Round to two decimal places. AV View hint for Question 5 Question 6 (1 point) Find the largest value of xfor which fx) 3.15. Round to two decimal places. AVUse this information to answer Questions 10 13 below. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of San Francisco was 775.36 thousand on July 1, 1950. Over the next three decades, San Franciscos population declined at an approximately constant rate, reaching a population of 678.97 thousand in 1980. At that point, the city began to revitalize, and for the next two decades its population increased at an approximately constant rate. In the 2000 census, San Franciscos population was 776.73 thousand (as usual, interpret this as the July 1 population). Find a piecewise-linear function Plt that gives the population of San Francisco, in thousands, as a function of the calendar year (between 1950 and 2000). Question 10 (1 point) According to your model, as the population of San Francisco was revitalizing, for what value of the independent variable t did it reach 750 thousand? Only enter the number, rounded to two decimal places. Question 11 (1 point) What is your models prediction for the population of San Francisco in 1967 (the summer of love)? Only enter the number, in thousands, rounded to two decimal places. A/ thousandQuestion 12 (1 point) What is your models prediction for the population of San Francisco in 1988? Only enter the number, in thousands, rounded to two decimal places. A thousand Question 13 (1 point) According to your model, as the population of San Francisco was declining, in what year was it 700 thousand? Only enter the number, a calendar year D View hint for Question 13

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