Question

The statement D(g) = 650 is actually asking you a question.
A. Interpret the question that is being asked in the context of the given situation.
B. Use the function you created for D(g) to set-up and solve an equation to answer the question you stated above.

1. An interpretation of the question could be: What is the value of the dependent variable D when the independent variable g is valid?
While the answer is the value of the dependent variable D when the independent variable g is valid is 650

### A. Interpret the question that is being asked in the context of the given situation.

The mathematical statement is given as:
D(g) = 650
Given that the above equation of a mathematical statement represents a question;
An interpretation of the question could be:
What is the value of the dependent variable D when the independent variable g is valid?
The above question is valid because D(g) means that D is a function of g

### B. Use the function you created for D(g) to set-up and solve an equation to answer the question you stated above.

In (a), we have the following question:
What is the value of the dependent variable D when the independent variable g is valid?
From the function, we have:
D(g) = 650
This means that the value of D is 650
Hence, the value of the dependent variable D when the independent variable g is valid is 650