anonymous
  • anonymous
Using the equation, y = 20,000(0.95)x, predict the purchasing power of $20,000 ten years later Anwsers: $14,560 $10,255 $11,975 $12,635
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campbell_st
  • campbell_st
again this is exponential growth and decay.... y = 20000(0.95)^10
anonymous
  • anonymous
Umm.. You mean \[20000(0.95)^x\] right??
anonymous
  • anonymous
again.. this is very difficult for me to figure out..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
$11975
anonymous
  • anonymous
this stuff is so dumn too me . -_-
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just plug in 10 for x and put in your calculator
anonymous
  • anonymous
The equation is y=20,000(0.95)^x So the buying power when x=0 is 20,000(0.95)^0=20,000 The purchasing power of $20,000 ten years later is 20,000(0.95)^10=11975

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