Someone Please Help The number of hours, t, that bacteria spread 10fold can be modeled by the equation B(t) = B0(10)4t. There are 100 bacteria present initiall
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The number of hours, t, that bacteria spread 10fold can be modeled by the equation B(t) = B0(10)4t. There are 100 bacteria present initially and a biologist wishes to find out how many hours will elapse until there are 5,600 bacteria present. What is the exact value for the number of hours elapsed, t, in the equation 5,600 = 100(10)4t?
The number of hours, t, that bacteria spread 10fold can be modeled by the equation B(t) = B0(10)4t. There are 100 bacteria present initially and a biologist wishes to find out how many hours will elapse until there are 5,600 bacteria present. What is the exact value for the number of hours elapsed, t, in the equation 5,600 = 100(10)4t?
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1. User Answers wolf1728
I don't think you have that equation written correctly.
Is it something like this?
population = 100 * 10^4*t