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Oh, answers:
(a) \(\ln(2)\div r\) year
(b) \(9.90\) years
(c) \(8.66\%\)

Is it something like this?\[
2S_0=S_0(1+r)^T
\]

Then solve for \(T\) first the first problem.

Oh it's compounded continuously, I see.

So you used a differential equation to solve this?

What is your original differential equation?

Okay then your answer for (a) is correct.

Oh wait, maybe I was on the right track! One second!

Yes! You are welcome!
The other two should follow up pretty nicely from your new equation now. :)

Is part (b) a follow-up to part (a)? Should I leave \(S=S_0\), do you think?

\(S=2S_0\), I mean.

(b) \(T=\dfrac{\ln(2)}{.07}\approx 9.90\)
Thank you very much!

Thank you for checking the answers before I got to them, I mean! :D

Yep! I am glad to have been helpful! :)

:)