- anonymous

I WILL MEDAL/FAN
Please help me! (NO ANSWERS PLEASE) :)
Bella plans to put $200 into a savings account. She can place her money into an account represented by p(x) = 3x + 200, or into another account represented by n(x) = 200(1.04)x. Which account has the highest value in 4 years? Which account has the highest in 15 years?

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- anonymous

p(x) has the highest value in 4 years; p(x) has the highest value in 15 years
n(x) has the highest value in 4 years; p(x) has the highest value in 15 years
n(x) has the highest value in 4 years; n(x) has the highest value in 15 years
p(x) has the highest value in 4 years; n(x) has the highest value in 15 years

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- anonymous

An easier way to get someone to look at it for you is that when you post the question, type in big letters: "MEDAL WILL BE AWARDED" or "WILL MEDAL" or something like that. I know it works with me almost always. Why don't you try reposting the question?

- anonymous

Trust me, It Really Helps

- anonymous

- anonymous

\[p(x) = 3x + 200\\p(4)=3\times 4+200\]
\[n(x) = 200(1.04)^x\\
n(4)=200\times (1.04)^4\] compare and contrast as the teachers say

- anonymous

wait what? @satellite73

- anonymous

Try asking your question on the Geometry subject instead

- anonymous

plug in the numbers, see what you get

- anonymous

Or that...

- anonymous

@Tide_Poole can you help me understand (I failed algebra 1 twice, I am taking it over, and stil confused)

- anonymous

It's been quite awhile since I've done Algebra omg

- anonymous

- anonymous

lol its a-ok...:) @Tide_Poole

- anonymous

- anonymous

He didn't understand what you told him last time

- anonymous

I did not :( xD I am so slow to catch on, you guys might as well try to explain this to a blind turtle.

- anonymous

ok lets go slow

- anonymous

I totally understand the feeling

- anonymous

you have two functions, right?
one is
\[p(x) = 3x + 200,\]

- anonymous

the other is
\[ n(x) = 200(1.04)^x\]

- anonymous

you are asked "Which account has the highest value in 4 years? "

- anonymous

to find the answer, where you see an \(x\) replace it by a \(4\)
the first one to compute is
\[p(4)=3\times 4+200\] what is that number?

- anonymous

did i lose you there?

- anonymous

I'm not sure. He pops in and out all the time

- anonymous

oh

- anonymous

Lets try calling him

- anonymous

- anonymous

p4=212 sorry My mum called me downstairs for a min... :( @Tide_Poole @satellite73

- anonymous

Oh okay

- anonymous

That's understandable

- anonymous

- anonymous

Stupid summer, xD no one can help meh :(

- anonymous

@hartnn can you help meh please? (I do NOT want an answer!) :)

- anonymous

- anonymous

sorry if that was counted as mass- tagging :(

- Australopithecus

Look at what satellite73 said. Just plug the numbers into both functions and whatever gives you the largest number is the bank account to go with

- anonymous

I did that and concluded that C would be the answer? @Australopithecus

- Australopithecus

that is correct.

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