"Certain learning processes may be illustrated by the graph of an equation of the form f(x) = a + b(1 – e–cx) , where a, b, and c are positive constants. Suppose a manufacturer estimates that a new employee can produce five items the first day on the job. As the employee becomes more proficient, the daily production increases until a certain maximum production is reached. Suppose that on the nth day on the job, the number f(n) of items produced is approximated by the following formula.
f(n)=3+20(1-e^-0.1n)
a) Estimate the number of items produced on the 6th day, the 26th day, the 28th day, a

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All you do here is substitute n = 6, 26 , and 28 into the formula.

i did but didn't get the answer(

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