Calc for BusLife Sciences
Calc for BusLife Sciences MATH 1314
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Math 1314 Poppers Lesson 15 1 Write the general form of a function expressing exponential growth 2 Write the general form of a function expressing exponential decay 3 Find the rate of change of the exponential growth function 4 At the beginning of 2002 the population of a city was 13 million people At the beginning of 2006 the population was 148 million people Assume population growth is exponential a nd the growth constant k b write an exponential function expressing the population of the city as a function of time t in years where t 0 corresponds to the beginning of 2002 c use the function from part b to predict the population of the city at the beginning of 2010 d find a formula for the growth rate of the population e how fast will ther r 39 quot be 39 39 atthe39 39 39 of 2010 5 A radioactive substance has a half life of 324 days At the beginning of a study there are 783 grams of the substance present a find the decay constant k b write an exponential decay function expressing the amount of the substance present after t days c use the function from part b to predict the amount of the substance that will remain after 100 days d find a formula for the decay rate of the substance e how fast will the substance be decaying after 100 days
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