## Consider the formula P = \dfrac{ H\cdot d}{m}P= m H⋅d P, equals, start fraction, H, dot, d, divided by, m, end

Consider the formula P = \dfrac{ H\cdot d}{m}P=

m

H⋅d

P, equals, start fraction, H, dot, d, divided by, m, end fraction, where

PPP represents productivity of a camel,

HHH represents the area of a hump and is measured in square meters (\text{m}^2)(m

2

)left parenthesis, start text, m, end text, squared, right parenthesis,

ddd represents distance a camel can travel, and is measured in meters (\text{m})(m)left parenthesis, start text, m, end text, right parenthesis, and

mmm represents the mass a camel can carry, and is measured in kilograms (\text{kg})(kg)left parenthesis, start text, k, g, end text, right parenthesis.

Select an appropriate measurement unit for productivity of a camel.

## Answers ( )

Answer:[tex]\frac{kg}{m^{3}}[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:Answer:The productivity is measured in cubic meters per kilogram.

Step-by-step explanation:For the formula for the productivity [tex]P[/tex] of the camel

[tex]P = \dfrac{ H\cdot d}{m}[/tex]

where [tex]H[/tex] is the area of the hump and is measured in square meters, [tex]d[/tex] is the distance the camel can travel (measure in meters), and [tex]m[/tex] is the mass of the camel (measured in kilograms [tex]kg[/tex] ).

Then, the productivity of the camel is measure in

[tex]P=\dfrac{meters^2\:*meters}{kilograms}[/tex]

[tex]P=\dfrac{m^3}{kg}[/tex]

cubic meters per kilogram.