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  • one year ago

The number of bacteria initially in a culture is 4,518 . If the number increases at the continuous hourly rate of 5.32 %, how many bacteria will be present at the end of 13 hours? Count only whole bacteria.

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  1. KJ4UTS
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  2. anonymous
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    \[y(t)=ae ^{kt}\] a is your init value, k is your % of growth, and t is your time in hours so \[y = 4518e ^{0.0532*13}\]

  3. KJ4UTS
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    9,022.030 or 9022 as a whole number?

  4. anonymous
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    ya 9022

  5. KJ4UTS
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    Ok thanks for explaining the formula to me :)

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    Np. :)

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