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| In the Easter Bunny Egg Factory, they produce eggs at the rate of 3t2+2t+8 eggs (measured in thousands)/week, where t is the number of weeks. For those of you that like things in equation format, that means dE/dt=3t2+2t+8, where E is the number of eggs produced (in thousands).
- How many eggs are produced each year (they produce eggs for exactly 50 weeks per year)?
- Eggs are hidden at the rate of 10 per second. Rounded to the nearest hour, how many hours does it take to hide all those eggs??
- Using your rounded answer from part 2, how many bunnies need to be hired so that all the eggs are hidden in 6 hours?
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A farmer is asking an engineer, a physicist and a mathematician to build the most efficient fence around his flock of sheep.
The engineer builds a square fence around the sheep and says “That’s the best I can do”.
The physicist wraps a fence around the equator and slowly shrinks it until it encounters the first sheep, then says “That’s the best I can do”.
The mathematician smirks and takes a meter-long length of fence, wraps it around himself and declares triumphantly “I define myself to be outside!”
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