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Help with changing equations.

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  1. anonymous
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    How do you mean changing?

  2. anonymous
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    Hello, f(x)=8000(1-.08^x). In my book they use different symbols and such. In my book we are using yn,y0 yn-1. I tried to change the equation to yn=8000(1-.8^n).

  3. anonymous
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    yn=the amount of infected yn-1=the amount after n-1 years x=the amount of years.

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    I know what you mean now. These yn-s are same functions as f(x) just with integers. your answer is right I guess but I am not familiar with this notation.

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