(Solution) 14) The Table Shows Years And Percent Of U.S. Roads And Streets That Were Paved. A) Find The Log Equatioin Which Models These Data. Use X=o In 1950 | Snapessays.com


(Solution) 14) The Table shows years and percent of U.S. roads and streets that were paved. a) Find the log equatioin which models these data. Use x=o in 1950


14) The Table shows years and percent of U.S. roads and streets that were paved.

 

a) Find the log equatioin which models these data. Use x=o in 1950

 

b) What % is perdicted for 2015?

 

c) What year is predicted for a A % of 70?

 

 

Year % Year %

 

1960 34.7 1990 58.4

 

1965 39.7 1995 60.4

 

1970 44.7 2000 63.4

 

1975 45.3 2002 64.8

 

1980 53.7 2004 64.5

 

1985 54.7 2006 65.2

 

1990 58.4 2008 67.4

 

1995 60.4

 

 

15) $8,500 is invested at 6.25% find the accumulated amount at the end of 8 years. If interest is compounded a) Weekly b) Continuously c) How long will it take to acummlate $11,00 if interest is compounded monthly?

 

 

16) The slaes decay for a product after an adverstising campagian is given by S= 22,00 e(kt to the power) if sales decay to half the original amount in 5 months, how long will it take to decay to three quarters of the original amount?

 


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