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Unformatted text preview: 3.5 Exponential Growth and Decay: Modeling Data 1. Model exponential growth and decay. .Eiapunaniiat Gravith mid {item} Madeira The mathemaiiuai mac: for mama-sulfa! gmwfi'rt or away given by as} m age“ m a :2: aura”. * H’ £2 23* it, the fauafim mortals fire amumia err aim; sulfa gmwiag entity. xix is Kira original: t1]?ki§'tiil=i.{}'s.’ Siam of Eire grewiag autéty a: time 1’ m t1 A: is: the aruuunt a: tiara I, and k is. a minimal raprasaartiag tar: gruwttr aria. * El“ £1 «a: all; the. function maals {Ira atria-amt. at size, as? a: damping emit-,3; All: la the migiaal antnumior siaerof that: éacajringantiwar rlma t m A la the amuunr a: tiara a and a Gunman? repreaanting the (Eve [ray raga. .35 IF [Hamming ' . . m. It? ,‘1 ‘ r39“ £12.11 - mecmaaiag [at Expameaaiar growth 11%;} Exponential? tine-a}: The exponential equation A 2108.360‘0‘2’ describes the population of a particular country in millions 1‘ years after 2003. When will the population of the country be 150 million? .olat- 1150: 103-3 8 H .01).? 12-0—- : 8 [08.3 .019— I: An artifact originally had 20 grams of carbon-14 present. The decay model A = Aura—O‘OOOD” describes the amount of carbon-l4 present after tyears. How many grams of carbon-14 will be present in 8243 years? Round your answer to two decimal places. p.00013l it" A: A09 LAD : 80%3 E: 8293 W5 _. 00012! (qlq' 3) A: 510 e :l'glgclfims' Cio LyiD/ (DOC): ————-*"”T,_.|2:>_>< / [+5111 8 90 "2”- 2:... 210 1 fjsz Q — go, [+2J3H'Q— l q- .. IZZX 7. é..l2.?_7‘ ; 9—9, VQM e, " “QM—Fain? 1+2?! 40 9, SIC—Tl 9' ’ 3:3 ’12,“: J/w'l/I‘E‘lil» _ ._ a ’— %% “"5;— F “uni/1939 -1291 x ’ Q t _”g_._—_— 231 q ,_ h VS ; __z_ 4,: 3, l “0‘3 l :l '25?! I‘M} 2. Use logistic growth models. Logistic growth Model. The marz’lmnatisal model. for limited logistic growth is givers: £1395 - , f L‘ an “‘ar' fir Hm whit il+flfL View?” where a, It}, and? a“ are coast-lama with. ac: is» {,1 and f: 11* {1; 1 Hartman! alignment: ‘" pass-ids: a Hail In grsfllh. lat-raising ESE: m“ ——-——————__5, K fifigintl {Wait at J 2 a Figaan aim} “Elm logistic gravest: same has swim-12.3% asyn’tpsme that sdcnsiiics 1311‘: 1mm a}! ‘th grams: (in? :3: mm Ismu. 90 I 1 + 25716—0122: models the percentage, P0), of Amerlcans who are t years old with some coronary heart disease. At what age is the percentage of some coronary heart disease 25%? PO) = #122}: ‘13" '—" O .. Q. r p *5" ,5 \ 21' 6} __.:22b 2* Sb M7 /- [+37He "',@h13 6 \ _-|29_l: go JlMe - E6, ‘9, g“ Ham 3 ; 9—8;, “mg”; 12mg; S "aha “422E ——-D.-2—E:- vO/hlisws . Choose an appropriate model for data. y gm at»; a :r- #1: l3 2% 3;“: air”. 1; ME; s: all s; l Exprmmafial Expo-1m: tis! figure: 4i?! fimstsr grails fps" exprmmsiia'l. gar 'lsnglariti‘ira‘m mam ‘i‘ J9 y =42 + £1 la as a b I}, l; a (,3 gym er + {$13th a 3- £3, E: H} Logarithmic Lugs rim-mic [How can we obtain a fiinetion that models the data? A graphing utility can be used to obtain a logarithmic model .O'flihe: x3. 'eCaiIse the domain of the logarithmic Set of positive numbers, zero must not be a value for X. The technique for logarithmic equation is the same as for find-m tighe-exponehtial;equation on: a graphing calculator. On the STAT; CALCIme-nu Choose '9 for Logarithmic Regression. 4. Express an exponential model in base 6. Eapreaaiiag at; Eapnnmfiai Mattel in are: 3i” m flfim equivalent to y at“ :z-tJ-l--'-‘7‘*5E“" An ancient artifact contained 25% of the original carbon-l4. Estimate the age of the artifact. (Use A = Age—O'OOOW .) i.— .i . 000 I21 - ' A0 a l, \/ FY; “Lg/‘7? A0 ‘: ZEDflIBHD _ coma? 9' 7— 0‘ Q lo _ 000121 [— o " : Q 1L.) 0001er P ...
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