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MAT 107 Edution on your terms/tutorialrank.com

MAT 107 Module 3 Assignment 2 LASA 1 Compound Interest

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A common component of investing money is to take advantage of a financial institution’s willingness to pay compound interest. Compound interest is basically interest paid on a deposit that continually accumulates interest. In general, the formula for compound interest can be represented by the following exponential function:

In this formula, P(t) represents the total money in the account

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MAT 107 Module 5 Assignment 1 LASA 2 Bacterial Growth

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As a medical research technician, you have been assigned the task of modeling the growth of five different strains of the E. coli bacteria. These bacteria are grown in Petri dishes and exposed to the same environmental conditions (food source, pressure, temperature, light, etc.). Each hour, you count and record the number of bacterial cultures in each of the sample Petri dishes. The results for the first 7 hours of observations are recorded in the chart below: