Using
n=1 for both
Can you solve for t?.
1. Jill is investing $500 at 5% compounded annually. Jess is investing $400 at 6% compounded annually. When will their investments be equal?
2. when light passes through ice, the light's intensity is reduced by 4% for every centimetre of the ice's thickness.
a) Determine an algebraic model where T is the ice's thickness and I is the intensity of light.