The population of a city is 40,000 and the annual growth rate is 1.6%. Write an equation to model the population y y after x x years

The population of a city is 40,000 and the annual growth rate is 1.6%. Write an equation to model the population y y after x x years

I am having a lot of difficulty with these two types of problems, please help 1. 18log26(x)=log26(110) 2. (solve each equation, and leave in exact form): log2(x+4)−log2...

a certain element has a life of 4.5 billion years. a. you find a rock containing a mixture of the element and lead. You determine that 30% of the original element remains the other 70% decade into...

If log3 x=2, then what's x equal to?

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A) log4(x + 2) = log4(6 - x) B) log4(x + 2) = 1 C) log4(x+2) = log4(2x+6) D) log4(-x) = 1 *** The 4's should be bases

Simplify: w^logw(yz)

"You are called to the crime scene and immediately begin your investigation at 7AM. The first thing you do is take the temperature of the body, it is 79.3 F. You walk over to the apt's thermostat...

If (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) are the solutions of system of eqn log225(x) + log64(y) = 4, log(x)225 - log(y)64 = 1, find the value of log30(x1y1x2y2).

1. 9^c=p 2. 10^y=c 3. log3(3*1/5) 4. solve. log4(w)=3 5. solve. 3^x=41

Write in Logarithmic form using base 2: 32^3/5=8

The amount of carbon-14 present in a paint after t years is given by y=y0e-0.00012t. The paint contains 37% of its carbon-14. How old are the paintings?

Sales of a product, under relatively stable market conditions but in the absence of promotional activities such as advertising, tend to decline at a constant yearly rate. This rate of sales decline...

Use the change-of-base theorem to find each logarithm: log3.1481

A sample of 400 g of radioactive lead-210 decays to polonium-210 according to the function A(t)=400e-0.032t,where t is time in years. Find the amount of radioactive lead remaining after (a) 4...

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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