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Sariah Group Title

I asked if this assinment is right...who can help me to be sure? you can see it on my question...on the attaching...

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    both are correct, i guess :)

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    are you sure?

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    <<is there an wrong answer?

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    no, i think..

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    option c is correct for first question

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    Yes...

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    third question option is 'c' ,not 'b'

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    I think it is B who thinks diferent?

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    convert the log equations into exponential forms and substituite y=0 u shld get 1 as per the graph

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    log is normal thru (1,0) so there is no shift

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    ok

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    the pop triples; ln(3)/r = time so ln(3)/.21 ; which youll need a calculator for that one

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    How many milligrams of the drug were injected? since the initial constant is 4; id say 4 milligrams

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    12) is constant and linear so that question is simply set up bad to begin with.

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    14) could be d or b depending on when you stop measuring height. older animals are smaller than younger ones; and babies are smallest of all. d looks good, but b is a possibility without any other given parameters.

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    and thats my 2 cents :)

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