I don't understand this problem. How do I use t=10?

f(x) = 500 at 14% compounded continuously

The function represents the rate of flow of money in dollars per year. Assume a 10-year period and find the accumulated amount of money flow at t = 10.

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- December 1st 2008, 08:10 PMMathoAccumulated Amount of Money
I don't understand this problem. How do I use t=10?

f(x) = 500 at 14% compounded continuously

The function represents the rate of flow of money in dollars per year. Assume a 10-year period and find the accumulated amount of money flow at t = 10.

- December 3rd 2008, 07:41 PMTKHunny
You can just build these things. Consider the following engine:

What does it mean for n = 1? n = 2? n = 4? n = 12? n = 52? n = 365?

Now ponder this.

Are these two expressions related?