Algebra
posted by Emma .
Which of the following is an example of exponential growth or decay?
A.
a colony of bacteria staying constant in quantity each week
B.
a colony of bacteria doubling in quantity each week
C.
a colony of bacteria increasing by 100 in quantity each week
D.
a colony of bacteria decreasing by 100 in quantity each week
Is it B?
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