How it Works
Pricing
Our Services
FAQ
My Account
Hire/Pay a math expert to do your math assignments, homework or online class
Get a FREE no-obligations price quote!
Get Started!
Hire/Pay a math expert to do your math assignments, homework, or online class
Get Started!
48
Math_133_Unit_5_Individual_Project_2b
https://www.mymathgenius.com/images/Mymathgeniusbiglogo.png
Math 133 Unit 5 Individual Project 2b
MATH133 Unit 5 Individual Project – B
1) Find the domain of the following:
a) F(x) = 4.5e^t
b) g(x)=log(x+3)
c) g(x)=2^x
d) g(t)=ln(t-1)
2) Describe the transformations on the following graph of. State the placement of the horizontal asymptote and y-intercept after the transformation. For example, horizontal shift to the left 1 or reflected about the y-axis are descriptions
Graph of f(x) = e^x
see attached file
a) g(x) = e^x - 4
Description of transformation:
Equation(s) for the Horizontal Asymptote(s):
y-intercept in (x, y) form
b) h(x)=-e^x
Description of transformation:
Equation(s) for the Horizontal Asymptote(s):
y-intercept in (x,y) form:
3) The number of cell phones in use in the United States is increasing exponentially. The number N, in millions, in use can be estimated by
N(t) = 7.12 (1.3)^t, (also can be written as N(t) = 7.12(1.3)^t)
where t is the number of years after 1990.
a) To estimate the number of cell phones in use in 1995, in 2005, and in 2010, fill in the following table
see attached file
b) graph the function.
4) Suppose that the function P=13+45 lnx represents the percentage of inbound e-mail in the U.S. that is considered spam, where x is the number of years after 2000.
Carry all calculations to six decimals on each intermediate step when necessary.
a) Use this model to determine the percentage of spam in the year 2003. Round your answer to two decimals places.
b)Use this model to determine in how many years (to two decimal places) it will take for the percent of spam to reach 95% provided that law enforcement regarding spammers does not change. Round your answer to two decimal places.
About the Solutions
Full Step-by-Step Solutions using MathType in a Word Document.
Question Files
MATH133_U5IP2b.pdf
Other Details about the Project/Assignment
Subjects
:
Algebra
Topic
:
MATH133, MATH133_U5IP2b
Level
:
College/ University
Tags
:
American InterContinental University, AIU, MATH133, MATH133_U5IP2b
https://www.mymathgenius.com/library_item.aspx?uri=Math_133_Unit_5_Individual_Project_2b
Price
:
$
9.95
Purchase and Download Solutions
Math Genius
Kyle G.
Member Since:
Feb 2010
Customer Rating:
97.8
Projects Completed:
465
Total Earnings:
Private
+1 Ratings from clients:
286
Project Details
Question Files
MATH133_U5IP2b.pdf
Subjects
:
Algebra
Topic
:
MATH133, MATH133_U5IP2b
Level
:
College/ University
Tags
:
American InterContinental University, AIU, MATH133, MATH133_U5IP2b
Customer Reviews
Rated
7
Times
Rating
(
5
/ 5 Stars)
(Click here to read more reviews)
Reviews of the solutions left by other users
Review By
:
Deidra
(
)
5
stars
on
Mar 11, 2012
Comments
:
"thanks for the help, Very helpful."
Review By
:
Nolyn J.
(
)
5
stars
on
Dec 11, 2011
Comments
:
No detailed comments provided by user
Review By
:
Robin P.
(
)
5
stars
on
Dec 11, 2011
Comments
:
No detailed comments provided by user
Review By
:
Luke E.
(
)
5
stars
on
Dec 11, 2011
Comments
:
No detailed comments provided by user
Review By
:
Melanie W.
(
)
5
stars
on
Dec 11, 2011
Comments
:
No detailed comments provided by user
Review By
:
Jose P.
(
)
5
stars
on
Dec 10, 2011
Comments
:
No detailed comments provided by user
Not exactly what you are looking for?
We regularly update our math homework solutions library and are continually in the process of adding more samples and complete homework solution sets. If you do not find what you are looking for, just go ahead and place an order for a custom created homework solution. You can
hire/pay a math genius to do your homework for you exactly to your specifications
.
Get Started
Pricing
FAQ
Solutions Library
Our Services
Privacy Policy
Terms of Service
Customer Support
1-855-4-MY-MATH
(1-855-469-6284)
Copyright 2005, MyMathGenius.com