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posted by anonymous .
how do i solve this
S(1)=10000(1e^.5(1))
the answer for this is 3935 buy i don't know how it came up with that answer. could anyone please explain to me how
thanks in advance!

You are apparently supposed to compute S(1), when x = 1 and
S(x) = 10,000*[1  e^(0.5x)]
This is a straightforward calculation.
e^0.5 = 0.6065
Subtract that from 1. 
x=1
S(x)=S(1)=e^(0.5x)=e^(0.5*1)=e^(0.5)=
=0.606530659712633423603799535
10.606530659712633423603799535=
0.393469340287366576396200465
10000*0,393469340287366576396200465=
3934.69340287366576396200465
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