Part C: After approximately how many years is the number of homes in Neighborhood A and Neighborhood B the same? Justify your answer mathematically. (4 points
and these are my equations
y=(1.2)^x ( Neighborhood A)
y=40+3x ( Neighborhood B)
now when is it the same?

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- Astrophysics

An easy way to do this would be to plug in the number of years in x, and see if they gave you the same number

- Astrophysics

Your first equation should be \[y=30(1.2)^x\]

- anonymous

i tried doing that but it didnt work out as planned

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- Astrophysics

Yes it maybe hard to do without a graph, so here is the graph, the point where it's the same is the intersection |dw:1435973442483:dw|
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- anonymous

how do u blow it up cause i cant see nothing

- Astrophysics

Hey, just go on this site and plug in the equation as I have on the left, I think if you see for yourself it will be much clearer https://www.desmos.com/calculator

- anonymous

okay thx

- Astrophysics

Np

- nincompoop

equate both of the functions and solve for zeroes

- nincompoop

intersection

- Astrophysics

Naw, no need

- Astrophysics

Just use graph

- nincompoop

is this calculus or just algebra?

- Astrophysics

algebra

- nincompoop

sorry, my bad

- Astrophysics

It would be annoying to equate them as well haha

- nincompoop

in case you need to test your algebra skills on logarithmic and and linear equations, this would be a good problem to solve for intersection (value of x and y)

- Astrophysics

Actually it's not too bad, would require you to know your exponent rules though

- Astrophysics

\[30\left( \frac{ 2^2 \times 3 }{ 2 \times 5 } \right)^2 = 40+x...\] etc

- anonymous

this is not working out @astrophycsics

- anonymous

thx to the person that gave me the metal

- Astrophysics

Np, don't let the negative value confuse you!

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