I will award a medal and fan!A baseball player has been improving every season since making it to the big leagues. Below is a table of the runs he has scored. His manager wants to try to determine when he will score 243 runs.
Season
Runs
1
3
2
9
3
27
Explain how to create the exponential function that represents his run-scoring abilities. Then explain how to convert this function into a logarithmic function and why this can help the manager answer his question.

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- Rizags

Looks to me like the number of runs he scores is \[\huge y=3^x\] where x is the season and y is the number of runs

- anonymous

the way i out it into the question is wrong. it looks like

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@Rizags

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I'm working on it, if that's fine with you.

- anonymous

Okay so your equation is what Rizags mentioned, y=3^x

- anonymous

If you replace y with the amount of runs (243) you need to solve for x, the seasons.

- anonymous

Your answer is 5 seasons. Put in the 5 as x and try to find what y is.
If it is 243, then it is your answer.

- anonymous

Awesome thank you so much!!!

- anonymous

Your welcome! :D

- anonymous

so you have time for like two more?

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@TheMathematiciansAnvi

- anonymous

Sure, I'm actually working on FLVS right now.
Just like helping people when I know how to solve it.

- anonymous

dope hold on let me pull it up

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Johnny has been planting blueberries in a garden in his backyard. Johnny started with blueberries in one square foot of garden modeled by the function s(x) = 10. He is allowed to convert more of the garden, and each additional square foot he maintains allows his blueberry plants to produce more by a rate of a(x) = 1.4x-2.
Explain to Johnny how to create an equation to predict the number of blueberries he can expect based on the number of square feet he maintains. Describe how to determine the number of blueberries he will grow with 5 square feet. Use complete sentences.

- anonymous

That means 5 square feet would allow 50 plants.

- anonymous

so how would I create the equation?

- anonymous

I'm confused as well, I'm trying to see if someone else can help but it seems like even advanced users on openstudy had trouble with this.

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@Rizags Some help?

- anonymous

yea, thats the problem with FLVS they make the questions so confusing and half the time they dont even give info for what they are asking.

- anonymous

Yea, I'm gonna keep this tab open and do some research.

- anonymous

ok thanks!

- anonymous

ive still got other questions to answer so imma work on those

- anonymous

Okay, if you need help, I'm here.

- anonymous

alright I may have like one or two but I think ive got the one im on now

- anonymous

Okay, don't forget to tag me.

- anonymous

will do!
@TheMathematiciansAnvi ;D

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Larry has taken out a loan for college. He started paying off the loan with a first payment of $150. Each month he pays, he wants to pay back 1.3 times as the amount he paid the month before. Explain to Larry how to represent his first 15 payments in sigma notation. Then explain how to find the sum of his first 15 payments, using complete sentences. Explain why this series is convergent or divergent.
Heres one I'm stummped on @TheMathematiciansAnvi

- anonymous

Ya no, I haven't gotten there yet, sorry.

- anonymous

its all good!

- anonymous

how about this one?
wo gears are connected and are rotating simultaneously. The smaller gear has a radius of 3 inches, and the larger gear has a radius of 7 inches.
Part 1: What is the angle measure, in degrees and rounded to the nearest tenth, through which the larger gear has rotated when the smaller gear has made one complete rotation?
Part 2: How many rotations will the smaller gear make during one complete rotation of the larger gear?
Show all work.

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@TheMathematiciansAnvi

- anonymous

Nope sorry, but that's a beautiful drawing xD

- anonymous

Thanks lol thats why they call me picasso

- anonymous

Have you come up with anything on the jhonny and blue berries?

- anonymous

Nope, been busy watching Law & Order xD

- anonymous

lol

- anonymous

Anyways, I'm gonna get going. Cya

- anonymous

bye :(

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