The average prices of a gallon of fuel are shown in the table. Let p=f(t) be the average price of


The average prices of a gallon of fuel are shown in the table. Let p=f(t) be the average price of fuel at t years since 1980. The model f(t)=0.0075t2−0.2t+2.32 fits the data well.
Year
Price​ (dollars per​ gallon)
1980
2.38
1985
1.57
1990
1.18
1995
0.95
2001
1.33
2005
1.95
2006
2.35
a. Find the​ p-intercept of the model.
The​ p-intercept is nothing.
​(Type an ordered pair. Type an integer or decimal rounded to two decimal places as​ needed.)


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