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suppose 25 bacteria settle into a cut on.your arem and begin to double.every thirty minutes. creste s table where x is the number of minutes and y is the number of bacteria

  • algebra -

    You just want a table?

    minutes - bacteria
    0 ----- --- 25
    30 -------- 50
    60 ------- 100
    90 ------- 200
    etc

    equation
    y = 25(2)^(x/30) , where x is the number of minutes

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