The average normal body temperature for humans is 98,6°f. an abnormal increase in body
temperature is classified as hyperthermia, or fever. what inequality represents the body
temperature in degrees celsius of a person with hyperthermia? (hint: to convert between
degrees celsius c and degrees fahrenheit f, use the formula
a. 3(1 + 2) = 9; 2 + 17 = 19
9 > 19 is false so A is wrong, regardless if 3 works.
b. 3(1 + 4) = 15; 4 + 17 = 21
15 > 21 is false so we know B is wrong, regardless if 5 works.
c. 3(1 + 6) = 21; 6 + 17 = 23
21 > 23 doesn't work either.
d. 3(1 + 8) = 27; 8 + 17 = 25
27 > 25 is true. So let's test out 9.
3(1 + 9) = 30, 9 + 17 = 26
30 > 26 is also true so D is correct.
Distribute: 5x-15-6x+12 > 8x +2
Simplify: -x-3 > 8x + 2
Make one side 0: 9x + 5 < 0
From there you know your answer cannot be positive or it will be above zero so A, B, and C are wrong because they all allow positive numbers at some point. So D is correct. (again)
I'm not entirely sure about this one so this is my thought.
Distribute: 2 -6x - 3 < 12x -24x
Simplify: -6x -1 < -12x
Set one side to 0: 6x - 1 < 0
From there, you know the answer isn't A, B, or C because plugging in 1/6 doesn't work. So I will say that D is right as every number less than -1/6 will work.
You can say that A is wrong because the equal to means that the person may be at normal temperature and not hyperthermia. That also makes B wrong as well because it too uses the equal to. C uses the less than sign (in comparison to 98.6) meaning that it looks for Celsius temperatures below the normal F temp which isn't hyperthermia. D does use the greater sign signaling that it is a temperature above the normal 98.6 So I say the answer is (again and a little fearfully) D.
You know their is no solution because both variables are equal but the constants are different. since -5r is equal to -5r they will ultimately cancel each other out and you'll be left with 6 is less than or equal to -10 which can never be true if the variables are the same. That means the answer is (I say very fearfully now) D.
use formula (°Cx9/5) + 32 = F
it helps to heal and maintain
The correct answer is - C. slowing the growth of the bacterial infection.
If an individual is infected with a bacterial infection there is a requirement of a huge number of immune cell production to fight with infection and slow the production f the bacterial and prevent its growth in the body. An increase of these white blood cells affects the hypothalamus which leads to the heat up the body known as fever.
Fever helps the white blood cells to move along the walls of the blood vessels so it can prevent the invasion of the bacteria in the blood and grow. Thus the slowing of the growth of the bacterial infection leads to fever in the infected organism.
1. C. 38.3°C
2. C. 35°C
3. B. 5°C and 37°F
4. C. 50°F
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