# Question (1 point) Let P(t) be the performance level of someone learning a skill as a function of the training time t. The derivative dPdt represents the rate at which performance improves. If M is the maximum level of performance of which the learner is capable, then a model for learning is given by the differential equation dPdt=k(M−P(t)) where k is a positive

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(1 point) Let P(t) be the performance level of someone learning a skill as a function of the training time t. The derivative dPdt represents the rate at which performance improves. If M is the maximum level of performance of which the learner is capable, then a model for learning is given by the differential equation

dPdt=k(M−P(t))

where k is a positive constant.
Two new workers, Andy and John, were hired for an assembly line. Andy could process 12 units per minute after one hour and 15 units per minute after two hours. John could process 10 units per minute after one hour and 16 units per minute after two hours. Using the above model and assuming that P(0)=0, estimate the maximum number of units per minute that each worker is capable of processing.
Andy:..............??
John: .......... ???

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Transcribed Image Text: (1 point) Let P(t) be the performance level of someone learning a skill as a function of the training time t. The derivative dPdt represents the rate at which performance improves. If M is the maximum level of performance of which the learner is capable, then a model for learning is given by the differential equation dPdt=k(M−P(t)) where k is a positive
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Transcribed Image Text: (1 point) Let P(t) be the performance level of someone learning a skill as a function of the training time t. The derivative dPdt represents the rate at which performance improves. If M is the maximum level of performance of which the learner is capable, then a model for learning is given by the differential equation dPdt=k(M−P(t)) where k is a positive