Time (hours) Number of Cells
Write the rule of the function that gives the number of C cells at time t hours.
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sorry about the 2 not being lined up with their headings
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rules are like f(x)=e^x or p(t)=p/e^kt
Ohhh I'll try
LOL, no its not, just evaluate time with respect to Cells. like f(x) = x
C(t) = t
Thats a Table of values, just evaluate each cells with respect time.
i mean i know that they double. i just need the exact function.
I tried.. It didn't come out right.
Whats the function? I cant resolve it without it...
i need the function. that is what my hw is asking me for.
here's part A:
(a) A genetic engineer is growing cells in a fermenter. The cells multiply by splitting in half every 15 minutes. The new cells have the same DNA as the original ones. Complete the following table.
i filled in 1600 and 3200
and part B is asking me for the function
or the rule of the function
Wow this seems complicated...
not really. i just cant figure it out cause i suck at math.
its like what you do to get the next thing... like add 2 or multiply by 5 but its a little more complex than that.
What is the main concept ofthe lecture? Like what Chapter and section of the book..?