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A baseball card sold for $ 264 in 1976 and was sold again in 1988 for $437. Assume that the growth in the value V of the collector's item was...

A baseball card sold for ​$264 in 1976and was sold again in 1988 for $437. Assume that the growth in the value V of the​ collector's item was exponential.

Find the value k of the exponential growth rate. Assume Upper Vo = 264.


k = ????


​(Round to the nearest​ thousandth.)

Find the exponential growth function in terms of​ t, where t is the number of years since 1976.

V(t) = ????


​Estimate the value of the baseball card in 2008.


$????



​(Round to the nearest​ dollar.)

What is the doubling time for the value of the baseball card to the nearest tenth of a​ year?


????years

(Round to the nearest​ tenth.)


Find the amount of time after which the value of the baseball card will be ​$1604.


?????years


​(Round to the nearest​ tenth.)

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