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A New York Volleyball Association invited 64 teams to compete in a tournament. After each round, half the teams were eliminated. Whats the equation that represents the number of teams t, that remained in the tournament after r rounds?

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  1. anonymous
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    t= 64^(1/2r)

  2. anonymous
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    err That should be not raised but multiplied

  3. anonymous
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    no... that's still wrong. t= 64 * (1/2^r) is right

  4. anonymous
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    yup, multiplied

  5. anonymous
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    no, it's multiplied exponent doesn't make sense

  6. anonymous
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    it makes complete sense, you need the exponent since each round you are multiplying by 1/2

  7. anonymous
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    theres 4 answers sry bout that.... (1)t=64(r)^0.5 (3)t=64(1.5)^r (2)t=64(-0.5)^r (4)t=64(0.5)^r

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    no wait you're right you need exponents it should be t=64(1/2)^r i take back what i said

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    That's number 4 btw lilgumbunny

  10. anonymous
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    Kk thx a bunch!

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