anonymous
  • anonymous
A painting is purchased for $500. If the value of the painting doubles every 5 years, then its value is given by the function V(t) = 500 • 2t/5, where t is the number of years since it was purchased and V(t) is its value (in dollars) at that time. What is the value of the painting ten years after its purchase? $1,000 $1,400 $1,800 $2,000
Algebra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i really need help guys
radar
  • radar
Maybe it would help if you saw the function as it should be written:\[V(t)=500\times 2^{(t/5)}\]Now plug in the value for t as stated in the problem. Then operate on the 2 exponently then multiply your result by 500.
radar
  • radar
\[V(t) = 500\times 2^{(10/5)}\]

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so v(t)=2000
radar
  • radar
\[V(t)=500\times 2^{2}\] Solve.
radar
  • radar
Good work @mahmoud10
radar
  • radar
Don't for the $ sign lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
alright thanks man i really appreciate it
radar
  • radar
You're welcome, good luck with your studies.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks man

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