mikewwe13:

The function p(w)=230(1.1)^w represents the number of specialty items produced at the old factory w weeks after a change in management. The graph represents the number of specialty items produced at the new factory during the same time period. (a) During Week 0, how many more specialty items were produced at the old factory than at the new factory? Explain (b) Find and compare the growth rates in the weekly number of specialty items produced at each factory. Show your work. (c) When does the weekly number of specialty items produced at the new factory exceed the weekly number of specialty items produced at the old factory? Explain

3 weeks ago
mikewwe13:

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3 weeks ago
Allison:

@Vocaloid @Angel

3 weeks ago
Allison:

Wrong Angel xD @Angei

3 weeks ago
AngeI:

you had the i lower case ;u;

3 weeks ago
Allison:

Mhm c:

3 weeks ago
Vocaloid:

old factory is the function, new factory is the graph so just calculate 1. p(0) (the value of the old factory function at week 0) 2. the y-intercept of the graph (the value of the new factory at week 0) and then subtract 1 and 2

3 weeks ago
Vocaloid:

should probably close this and copy this into a new question so people don't get spammed with notifications

3 weeks ago
AngeI:

i dont mind, im not sure about Ally though

3 weeks ago
Allison:

That's okay.

3 weeks ago
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