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anonymous
 one year ago
The total number of pieces of cake left at a wedding is can be represented by P(t) = 350(0.8)t where t represents time in minutes and 350 is the number of pieces of cake that the bride and groom started with when the wedding begins. What would the range be if we used the appropriate domain to find out how many pieces were left after 10 minutes?
anonymous
 one year ago
The total number of pieces of cake left at a wedding is can be represented by P(t) = 350(0.8)t where t represents time in minutes and 350 is the number of pieces of cake that the bride and groom started with when the wedding begins. What would the range be if we used the appropriate domain to find out how many pieces were left after 10 minutes?

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