Redwood growth

The growth, f(x), in inches per year of a redwood tree less than 30 years old is given by the function f(x)=0.02x^2+x+1, where x represents the number of inches of rainfall per year.

a. Find the growth per year of a redwood tree in a year in which there is 12 inches of rainfall.

b. If the growth of a redwood tree in one year is 10 inches, find the number of inches of rainfall for that year (round your answer to 2 decimal places).
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?????????????????? "represents the number" ??????????????

him dont represent did NOT vote for the tree

?????????????? yu tri tu sae 0.02x^2 +x+1=12 ????????????????????

if so, 0.02x^2 +x-11=0

quadratik equashun giv roots=9.278273 or -59.278273

so tree gro =9.28

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