There's this problems. Meteo first convert a table of numbers in two seconds. So we have a table of minutes. So we have 1993 1995 in 1997. So it's a year, and we have the time. It's the first time is 26. They're all 26 minutes. Um so if we get 26 minutes time, 60 seconds, we can get the number of seconds And those just a minute part which is gonna be at 15. 60 and then adding the 58 38 at 15. 16. Um, but we're gonna get our 1993 value, which is going to be a 16 18 0.38 in 1995. I'm going to be adding 43.53 So me, 16 3.53 in the 1997 were adding 27.85 It's 15. 87.8, right? Okay, So, using a chart like the one they have in the book, we have it. We have a 1993. We have 1995. I'm scared of something like what's in the book? 1997. So it's gonna start kind of higher in 16. 18 a little lower 1995 and a little lower in 1997. Okay, so it's gonna be somewhere between the 16. 20 in 16. 16. Can they have? The rest of the dash is going down. Okay, that's that's about what it would look like approximately. Okay, so, um, gets the part b once, but he is the midpoint formula on 1993 and 1995 to find 1994. It's time the 1994. We'll look at the halfway point of this two times so that we're into 16. 18. You create the 16 03 three e. I don't know about Teoh. May 16.955 That's how many seconds it would be predicted for an approximation for 1994. Okay, um, so the loss making Peter Percentage era. So the actual time from 1994 was 26 minutes 52 23 sorts. Gonna add 52. 23 to ar 15 16 be 16 12.23 So I'm going to 16. 12 playing to three Prince attract 16 10.955 And divide that by 16. 12.23 Cancer in 16. 12.23 But now I'm using my calculator. 16. 10.9 Popeye, then all divided by 16. 12.2 green multiplied by 100 and our percent is gonna be 0.0 79 percent. It's a very small percent air on that one. Okay. Said my estimate was just slightly too low. Okay, um, case of part C wants me do the same thing for 95 to 97 to figure out 1996 is It's during 1996 in our halfway point between those two. So I'm gonna have 16/3 0.53 plus 15 87 28 5 What about two? So the estimate is gonna be 15 95 0.69 okay. And then, Ah, the percentage air we're gonna calculate Based off of the time given in part C, which is 26 minutes and 38 seconds. A 38.8. That's how I will be 15 98 point OK. 30. 15. 98 0.8 minus 15 95 0.69 Do. About about 15. 98 point away. So actual minus approximation, divided by actual. It's been in the calculator now and so 15. 98 point away my 15. 95.69 and then divided by 15 98. Going away looks by that about 100 and our percent ERA B 0.1 1496%. Okay, and so our estimate is just a little bit too low. Uh, actually, I was too low both times. It was just off by just off by a lot less than 1%. Okay, and then it says it is in the percent office is a little bit higher. Okay, it's in 1998. The time was an extra 22.75 seconds. So let's figure that out in seconds. I'm going to be 15 82.7 times. Okay, so it's our 1st 1 Was 16 12 approximately for 1994 when they gave us 15 98 for 96. So after the first year went down six seconds the next year went down nine seconds. The next year went down five seconds and then 11 seconds and then five seconds. So because where we haven't really seen a lot of leveling off yet. Um, uh, it mean, like, the very last time, it only went down five seconds, but because it went down five seconds before and then jumped again, it's It's hard to say just on the amount of data that they have. Um, but I would say that there's gotta be some maximum speed, so it should level off to the fastest, like, humanly possible to run it like no errors made. No missteps. There should be like a absolute fastest. Like if you designed a robot to run it, it wouldn't just keep leveling off to zero. Okay, well, thank you very much.