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28 January, 03:11

The height of a tree is a function of its age example

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  1. 28 January, 04:45
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    Answer & Explanation:

    To determine the age of a tree, first find its diameter by measuring the circumference of the trunk in inches and then dividing that number by pi. Once you have the tree's diameter, look up the growth factor for the type of tree you're measuring, which is how much width it gains annually.
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