I've been stuck on this forever. I don't understand how to solve it with multiple terms with different bases. I have to solve for x

I've been stuck on this forever. I don't understand how to solve it with multiple terms with different bases. I have to solve for x

mabel has 8000 in a bank which is below her required remaining balance. As penalty, her money decreases at the rate of 10% every month. How much money will she have after one year?

how come in the exponential function form y=a*bkx+c, b is never 1?

In the equation y = kx, k represents the ____________________. A. constant of change B. variability quotient C. scalar D. constant of variation

24^1/2 means 24 to the power 1/2

24^1/2 means 24 to the power 1/2

The equation f(x) = 1,200(1.03)x models the amount of money in a savings account. At what rate per year does the money increase? (x= # of years)

1.Evaluate log264+log327×log41/254 2.solve for x 2log4(x+4)-log4(x+12)=1 3.solve the equation (cube root256^2)×16^x=64^x-3 4.3x=9^(x^2-1/2) solve for x

1.How long, to the nearest tenth of a year, will it take a $5000 investment to double if the money is invested at 7% interest compounded quarterly? How long will it take to triple the investment? 2...

Chlorine is frequently used to disinfect swimming pools. The concentration should remain between 1.5 and 2.5 parts per million. on a warm, sunny day, 30% of the chlorine can dissipate into the air...

find an exponential function of the form f(x)=ab^x that passes through the given points: (1,1), (2, 2/5), (3, 4/25)

An exponential function is given in the form f(x)-a*bx. If f(0)=3 and f(1)=15, what's the value of f(-2)?

This problem involves the Rule of 70, which gives quick estimates of the doubling time of an exponentially growing quantity. If r% is the annual growth rate of the quantity, then the Rule of 70 says Doubling...

Initial value=55, decreasing at a rate of 0.42% per week

A. f(x)=9x^2 B. f(x)=x^9 C. f(x)=3^x D. f(x)=9^x E. None of the above

1. Scientists have observed that living matter contains, in addition to carbon, C 12, a fixed Percentage of a radioactive isotope of carbon, C14. When the living material dies, the amount of C12 present...

y= -9 x 7x

X Y -4 243/16 -3 81/8 -2 27/4 -1...

Also use those to estimate the attendance in 2000 and in 2010. compare those results to the actual population

A 43 mg of a vaccine is given to a patient to prevent measles. The vaccine leaves the body at a rate of 5.2% per hour. b-The number of milligrams of vaccine in the body after h days...

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