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what about 3-7?? @ms.hi
4.Amber=f(x)=3∗(4)^x Ben=f(x)=2∗(3)x Carter=f(x)=10∗(2)^x On 3rd day : Amber=f(3)=3∗(4)^3 = 192 Ben=f(x)=2∗(3)^3 = 54 Carter=f(x)=10∗(2)^3 = 80 On 10th day : Amber=f(10)=3∗(4)^10 = 3145728
Ben=f(10)=2∗(3)^10 = 118098
Carter=f(10)=10∗(2)^10 = 10240
Amber's shares are increasing by 4 times each day where as Carter's shares are only increasing by 2 times each day. So Amber's shares are expected to be more on day 10 compared to Carter's
5.This graph compares to the original graph of Amber’s photo share is both of them are exponential growths. The new function goes 45 units up from the original function which was f(x)=3(4)^x
6.Notice that Amber has started with just 3 shares and Carter started with 10 shares. Still Carter's shares are very low compared to Amber on day 10. Amber's shares are increasing by 4 times each day where as Carter's shares are only increasing by 2 times each day. So Amber's shares are expected to be more on day 10 compared to Carter's
Are these questions from a test?
no for a project @pooja195
thank you @ms.hi but do you know how to graph because i'm not that good at it?
thats ok thank you any ways:) @ms.hi
https://www.desmos.com/calculator/3t1miijac8 heres the graph