We can calculate the depth d of snow, in centimeters, that accumulates in Harper’s yard during the first h hours of a snowstorm using the eq

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We can calculate the depth d of snow, in centimeters, that accumulates in Harper’s yard during the first h hours of a snowstorm using the equation d = 5 h d=5hd, equals, 5, h. How many hours does it take for 1 centimeter of snow to accumulate in Harper’s yard?

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    2021-10-14T23:25:23+00:00

    We are given an equation d = 5h, where d is the depth of snow and h is the number of hours of a snowstorm.

    We need to find the number of hours of a snowstorm that accumulate the  snow to 1 centimeter.

    In order to find the number of hours that accumulate the  snow to 1 centimeter, we need to plug d=1 in the given equation.

    On plugging d=1, we get

    1= 5h.

    Dividing both sides by 5, we get

    1/5 = h.

    Therefore, it would take 1/5 hour for 1 centimeter of snow to accumulate in Harper’s yard

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    2021-10-14T23:25:26+00:00

    Answer:

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