Suppose that a colony of bacteria is growing exponentially. Let M represent the mass in grams of the colony after t hours. If M satisfies M'(t)=.12M(t) and M(6)=37, find M(t).
Suppose that a colony of bacteria is growing exponentially. Let M represent the mass in grams of the colony after t hours. If M satisfies M'(t)=.12M(t) and M(6)=37, find M(t).
the derivative models the law of natural exponential growth ...
Suppose that a colony of bacteria is growing exponentially. Let M represent the mass in grams of the colony after t hours. If M satisfies M'(t)=.12M(t) and M(6)=37, find M(t).
If the colony is growing exponentially then the mass at time satisfies:
I expect that you are able to take the general model (where y indicates the dependent variable), and change the dependent variable to suit your specific problem, like so ...