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differentiate it

then plug in \(t=5\) i think

do you by chance have the answer?

yes the book says the answer is 750 bacteria per hour. but i disagree

but the question says the first five hour

it wants the average rate of change for the first 5 hours

@lgbasallote: what do you think?
I forgot how to do this; or i will hahve to look in my book lol

heh you're smarter than me brah

well differentiated for t= 0 and t=5 you get 500 and 1250 respectively

so i did y2-y1/x2-x1

which is 1250-500/5-0

yeah 750; the answer

how do you work it out but?

sorry im no use; i forgot how to do these
hopefully someone else can help

500 as t=0 but differentiating the equation we get 30t^2 + 500

so plugging f'(0) into the differential we get 500 for initial

ahhh i get you

uhhh the equation is 10t^3 +500t +120 thus at t=0 bacteria = 120

ahhh bingo, got it. Thankyou

we would go 10(5)^3 + 500t + 120 = 3870. then 3870 - 120/5 = 750, the answer

No worries - just verify your answer!

thankyou!!!!

Right, 750 per hour would be the average rate of growth - very well!! :)

yeah right - for average rate you do need the instantaneous rate equation!

haha, anytime mate ;)