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  • 5 years ago

Does the following equation represent growth or decay? y = 20,000(0.95)x

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  1. anonymous
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    Growth?

  2. anonymous
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    Ya

  3. anonymous
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    nope

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    Nope?

  5. anonymous
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    how?

  6. anonymous
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    assuming this is \[.95^x\] it is decay because \[.95<1\]

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    No, is the anwser growth or decay

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    the answer is "decay"

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    yea but no negativ ing the numb

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    k thanks

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