Use the law N = c(t)^d at t = 1, N = 1.7 at t = 2, N = 2.4 at t = 3, N = 2.9 at t = 4, N = 3.4 Solve for c and d. I've been trying to do this for a while, but not sure how to solve it.
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Originally Posted by AlphaRock Use the law N = c(t)^d at t = 1, N = 1.7 at t = 2, N = 2.4 at t = 3, N = 2.9 at t = 4, N = 3.4 Solve for c and d. I've been trying to do this for a while, but not sure how to solve it. HI Are c and d both constants ? If so .. When t=1 , N=1.7 , one to the power of anything would give you 1 . c=1.7 at t = 2, N = 2.4
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