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# SL Type II IA Help

Hi, I have a Math SL Type II IA due WEDNESDAY (DEC.10). I would really like to see an example of what one should look like. Can someone help me out with this? P.S. This is the CROWS DROPPING NUTS IA. [url="http://teacher.ocps.net/joel.brielmaier/Calc/ib%20portfolios/crows%20and%20nuts.pdf"]http://teacher.ocps.net/joel.brielmaier/Ca...0and%20nuts.pdf[/url]

ANY help would be greatly appreciated.

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[quote name='J_Pri' post='29955' date='Dec 8 2008, 10:30 PM']Hi, I have a Math SL Type II IA due WEDNESDAY (DEC.10). I would really like to see an example of what one should look like. Can someone help me out with this? P.S. This is the CROWS DROPPING NUTS IA. [url="http://teacher.ocps.net/joel.brielmaier/Calc/ib%20portfolios/crows%20and%20nuts.pdf"]http://teacher.ocps.net/joel.brielmaier/Ca...0and%20nuts.pdf[/url]

ANY help would be greatly appreciated.[/quote]

Hey, im doing HL, but I should hopefully be able to help.

I haven't plotted it or done any actual work, but I'm guessing that the curve you would get would be the inverse of a natural log (LOGe). When it asks for the parameters you should state that the height form which the nut is dropped cannot be negative (as this is the real world we are tlaking about), as well as the nut size remains constant and the height varies. Use the same argument for the other sized nuts, as well as comparing the line you get from connecting them (as well as their formulas).