Posted by **Anil** on Friday, November 4, 2011 at 7:13am.

Pa^t and Pe^rt are two forms of the same exponential function.

One would expect to obtain the same answer for f(18) (after finding P and a and P and r).

Explain why you may not get the same answer for f(18) in practice.

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