How many years will it take $ 10,000 to grow to $16,700 if it is invested at 4.25% compounded continuously?

How many years will it take $ 10,000 to grow to $16,700 if it is invested at 4.25% compounded continuously?

∫dx/(x+1) - ∫dx/(x+2) = log| (x+1)c/(x+2) |

4x-7=15-10x

ln(5) = 1.6094 Then what is log 5 to the base a ?

Hello, I have another problem. Boric water solution is this logarithm equation (mvb) and it has p% dilute solution of boric acid. How much do i have to add more clean dilute solution...

Below are the corresponding x and y values for the table X1 = 100, X2 = 50, X3 = 25, X4 = 12.5 Y1 = 0, Y2 = 13, Y3 = 26, Y4 = 39 I clearly see that this data has the multiply-add...

this my home work please helpme

2(sqrt(3+sqrt(5-sqrt(13+sqrt(48))))= sqrt(a) +sqrt(b). a and b are natural numbers. Find a+b

Hello, I have another problem. Boric water solution is this logarithm equation (mvb) and it has p% dilute solution of boric acid. How much do i have to add more clean dilute solution...

And how does it affect the other parameters

I looked everywhere but can't find a solution.

5.25×23.73

Can someone please help me with this and take me through step by step i have a test on this tommorow

simplify log(3x(y)(1/3))+log(y(1/3))

10(0.5)0.014(50) round to 3 significant figures

log4 6 - log4 - x = log4 19

Use the properties of logarithms to expand the logarithm as much as possible. Rewrite the expression as a sum, difference, or product of logs. log(x4y3 3√x2y5

6log(25-x^2)-[log(5+x)+log(5-x)]

log4 6 + log4 (x + 2) = 2

Expand each logarithm. 1) log(6/11)^5 2) log(3 x 2^3) 3) log 2^4/5