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If M=at^2/h and M is different from zero

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If \(M=\frac{at^2}{h}\) and \(M \neq 0\) what is the effect on M of doubling t, tripling a, and quadrupling h?

A. M is multiplied by 1.5.

B. M is multiplied by 3.

C. M is multiplied by 4.

D. M is multiplied by 4.5.

E. M is multiplied by 79.

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Re: If M=at^2/h and M is different from zero [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2020, 12:35
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If we double t, triple a, and quadruple h we have

(3a)(2t)^2 / (4h)

= 3(a)(4t^2) / (4h)

= 3*4(a)(t^2)/ 4*h
= 3 (a)(t^2) / h

= 3 M

So it triples.
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