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Q56.

Expert-verifiedFound in: Page 352

Book edition
Middle English Edition

Author(s)
Carter

Pages
804 pages

ISBN
9780079039903

**Writing**** in ****MATH Answer the question that was posed at the beginning of the lesson.**

**Where are polynomial functions found in nature?**

**Include the following in your answer:**

**• an explanation of how you could use the equation to find the number of**

**hexagons in the tenth ring, and**

**• any other examples of patterns found in nature that might be modeled by a**

**polynomial equation.**

- We will use the formula as-

- Some other examples are include
**pineapples, pinecones, and flower petals.**

We have to find the number of hexagons in tenth ring.

We will use the following formula-

Put the value of in the formula and do simplification.

For finding the number of hexagons in the tenth ring, we have to use formula as-

Put the value of and then do simplifications. We will use hit and trial method because in this equation we are solving a degree of four.

After that try to find the value of *n* and that will be our answer.

Some other examples are include pineapples, pinecones, and flower petals.

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