In a mountain range of California, the percent of moisture that falls as snow rather than rain can be approximated by the function p(h)=80 LN (h) - 629, where h is the altitude in feet and p(h)...

In a mountain range of California, the percent of moisture that falls as snow rather than rain can be approximated by the function p(h)=80 LN (h) - 629, where h is the altitude in feet and p(h)...

Log8(3) A. ln(8/3) B. ln(3/8) C. ln(3)-3ln(2) D. 1/3ln(3)/ln(2) E. 3ln(2)/ln(3) F. None of the above

ln(exR6) A. xe+6ln(R) B. e+R6 C. x+6ln(R) D. x+ln(6R) E. 1+6ln(R) F. None of the above.

Log9(*squareroot*Q) A. 2Log9(Q) B. Log9(Q) C. 1/2Log2(Q) D. 1/2+Log9(Q) E. 1/2Log9(Q) F. None of the above.

Log8(x3) A. Log8(3x) B. 3Log8(x) C. 3+Log8(x) D. Log3(8x) E. Log(x3) F. None of the above.

Log3(13RQ/V) A. Log3(13)+Log3(R)+Log3(Q)+Log3(V) B. Log3(13)+Log3(R)-Log3(Q)-Log3(V) C. Log3(13)+Log3(R)+Log3(Q) D. Log3(13)-Log3(R)-Log3(Q)+Log3(V) E...

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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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The voltage V across a charged capacitor is given by V(t)6e(-.26)t volts, where t is in seconds. (a) What is the voltage V(6) after 6 seconds? Find the time t when the voltage will...

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...

The domain must be either greater than or less than x. Not sure how to set this up correctly.

Solve the equation for the indicated unknown. Write your answers exactly and then, where appropriate, approximate to four decimal places. log(m-1)-log(m+1)=-1

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Every 5.5 hours the 300 triples for 24 hours

Use the properties of logarithms to write the expression as one single logarithm in simplest form 8log(base 5)*(4sqrt(x))-4log (base 5) *(x)

LOGx (2)=3

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find the domain of the function f(x)=log(x-2). write your answer in interval notation.

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