3. VISUAL ANALOGY In the visual analogy of a cell

3. VISUAL ANALOGY In the visual analogy of a cell

as a factory, what two functions of the nucleus are represented? How are these functions illustrated? Will mark brainliest!!

Answers

1) # function to print volume of a sphere

  def print_volume(radius):

   volume= (4/3)*3.14*radius*radius*radius

   print("Volume:{0}",volume)

print_volume(4.23)

print_volume(4.34)

print_volume(12.34)

Output:

Volume:{0} 316.8761018400001                                                                                                  

Volume:{0} 342.24536341333334                                                                                                  

Volume:{0} 7867.085384746666    

2) # area of square calculator

def print_area(length):

   area=length*length

   print("Area of Square{0}",area)

print_area(4.23)

print_area(4.34)

print_area(12.34)

Output:

Area of Square{0} 17.892900000000004                                                                                          

Area of Square{0} 18.8356                                                                                                      

Area of Square{0} 152.2756

Explanation:

We have created two functions, first to calculate the volume of a sphere. and second to calculate the area of a square. Remember pi=3.14.

Correct option is A.          

Step-by-step explanation:

Given the following functions we have to choose the option which illustrates a change in amplitude.

Multiplying a sine or cosine function by a constant changes the graph of the parent function i.e results in change in the amplitude of function. Amplitude is the measure of distance from the sinusoidal axis to the maximum or the minimum.

Option A:  y = 3cos4x

The parent function is f(x) = cos x.

The amplitude of function changes from 1 to 3.

Option B:  y = 1+sinx

The parent function is f(x) = sin x

The amplitude remains same i.e 1

Option C: y = -2-cos(x - pi)

Here also remains same.

Option D: y = tan 2x

The tangent function does not have an amplitude because it has no maximum or minimum value.

Hence, correct option is A.

D

Step-by-step explanation:

We can write a general form of the sine/cos/tan function as:

y=ASin(bx+C) where C is the phase shift. So looking at the function, we see which of them has a "number added or subtracted" with the argument of bx.

Clearly, it is the fourth option, so correct answer is D.

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C.

Step-by-step explanation:

For a graph to have a change in amplitude, there must be a coefficient in front of the equation, or the 'a' value.

Recall that the transformation form of a trigonometric graph is:

y = ±a(cos(b(x-h))+k

Where 'a' is the amplitude

'b' changes the period

'h' is a horizontal shift

'k' is a vertical shift

We can look at each choice and eliminate:

A. There is only a coefficient of -1 in front of the equation, which simply results in a reflection over the x-axis. This is incorrect.

B. This equation contains a b value of 2. This changes the period of the graph, not the amplitude. This is incorrect.

C. This equation contains a coefficient, or 'a' value of -2. The amplitude is changed by a factor of 2. This is correct.

D. This graph only contains a vertical shift of 1 unit up. This is incorrect.

Therefore, C is the correct answer.

It also carries DNA.

Step-by-step explanation:

The cost continues to increase.

The control center of the factory.

y= 3cos4x

Step-by-step explanation:

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