You are growing yeast for a science experiment. You start
with 10 ml. You set the experiment up, go away and return 45
minutes later. When you come back, your have 30 ml. Find the
rate at which it is growing.
The EXACT answer (no calculator necessary) can be given
in the form a ln(b).
So I do know the answer to this, I got it wrong on the test i took last week, but I am hoping someone can explain to me the process of how to get the answer.
I had used to A=(1+r/n)^(nt) but i ended up getting so lost in the problem that I left it blank

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you want something like
\[10e^{rt}\] and you are looking for \(r\) right?

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