The graph of y=acos(bx)[degrees] has a maximum point at (360,3) and a minimum point at (450,-3) find the value of a and the value of b. I have linked a photo so you can see it better

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2x+33

you distribute the 3 to the numbers in the first set of parentheses and you distribute a -1 to the numbers in the second set of parentheses. then you combine like terms, which are 3x and -x, and 27 and 6

this gives you the answer 2x+33

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To explain black body radiation Max Planck describes light as discrete energy packets called photons. The energy of each photon is directly proportional to the frequency of light.

E = hν, where E is the energy of light, h is Planck’s constant and ν is frequency of light. Einstein used Max Planck theory of quantization of light to explain photoelectric effect.

Max Planck

Explanation:

According to Max Planck light energy is quantized and is released or absorbed as an integer multiple of a small packet of energy which he called a photon. Therefore the energy stored in a photon of light is given by the equation,

E = hV

where E is the energy of the photon, v is the frequency of light and h is the Planck’s constant.

Einstein used the concept of light behaves as photons, discrete energy packets instead of waves to explain the photoelectric effect.

(b) 2x² - 3x + 4

using synthetic division or long division to obtain the quotient 2x² - 3x + 4

The answer is C. Max Planck.

no solutions

Step-by-step explanation:

½(10x - 18) - 13x = -2x + 7 - 6x

Distribute

5x -9 -13x = -2x +7 -6x

Combine like terms

-8x -9 = -8x+7

Add 8x to each side

-8x -9 +8x = -8x+7+9x

-9 = 7

This is never true so there are no solutions

Answer : Option C) Max PlanckExplanation :

To explain the photoelectric effect, Albert Einstein linked the photoelectric effect to an idea from Max Planck.

Einstein's photoelectric effect was based upon Max Planck's theory of black-body radiation, where his theory was based on the energy which was present in each quantum of light is equal to the frequency and multiplied by a constant, which was later called Planck's constant.

A photon that had frequency above threshold frequency was the required energy to eject a single electron, creating the photoelectric effect.

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