Would you rather have $10,000,000 and a brand new BMW or 1 today, 2 tomorrow, 4 on day

Problem 103 Chapter 11.3

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Problem 103

Would you rather have $10,000,000 and a brand new BMW or 1 today, 2 tomorrow, 4 on day 3, 8 on day 4, 16 on day 5, and so on, for 30 days? Explain.

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Here is the definition of the logarithm function. If b is any number such that and and then, We usually read this as “log base b of x”. In this definition is called the logarithm form and is called the exponential form. Note that the requirement that is really a result of the fact that we are also requiring...

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Textbook: Intermediate Algebra for College Students
Edition: 6
Author: Robert F. Blitzer
ISBN: 9780321758934

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