When a < 0 and b>1,y=abx models negative exponential growth. a. Write an exponential function that models negative growth. b. Give an example of a situation that could be modeled by your function. c. Explain one difference between negative exponential growth and exponential decay.

Brennan Flores 2021-05-12 Answered
When a < 0 and b>1,y=abx models negative exponential growth. a. Write an exponential function that models negative growth. b. Give an example of a situation that could be modeled by your function. c. Explain one difference between negative exponential growth and exponential decay.

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Neelam Wainwright
Answered 2021-05-13 Author has 7115 answers
\(\displaystyle{18000}={P}{e}^{{.06}}{\left({4}\right)}\)
\(\displaystyle{A}={P}{e}^{{r}}{t}\)
28000=P(1.27124915)
Solve for \(\displaystyle{e}^{{.24}}\)
3P=6,293.02
Divide 8000 by 1.27124915
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