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Part 1: How are exponential growth and decay present in the real world? Give at least 2 examples for exponential growth and 2 examples of exponential decay.

Part 2: View and comment on the work of at least 2 other students. Try to choose students whose work is based on different real-world examples than the ones you chose.

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  1. exponential growth: dandelions

    decay: garbage

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    Ms. Sue
  2. can you explane it ms. sue

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  3. exponential growth means that the rate of increase is proportional to the present amount. As more and more dandelions spread their seeds, the patch grows faster and faster, since each new flower contributes more new flowers to the population.

    Same for decay. As the amount decaying shrinks, there is less and less to contribute to the disintegration. Radioactivity is a common instance, but maybe not quite so available in everyday life.

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  4. Thx Steve

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  5. You could switch dandelions out for any other type of plant or flower that produces a lot.

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  6. shut up

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  7. Thx so much Steve and Kay. I needed just an idea to get started, but this is truly a help.
    And stop posting nasty answers, otherwise I can be worse than YOU.
    ~InTheAnon

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  8. that was to mean people

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  9. And the Anonymouses above me isn't ME. If you just submit an answer without a username, you will automatically get Anonymous as your name. The two above me are mine, but whoever else was making fun of good ol' Steve...I'm WARNING YOU.

    And I KNOW the person who just made fun of Steve. He disappeared. I don't know where.

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  10. idek i just wanna be apart of this arguent lol

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  11. I believe it's also applicable to loans

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  12. From the general form of the explanation equation, when does the factor of "b" becomes an exponential growth and becomes an exponential decay?

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  13. Exponential*

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  14. this was SO much help

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  15. pur @Anonymous

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  16. ate that

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  17. dude. What happened here?

    Can you guys not get so mad for no reason? Just shut up.

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  18. so many g-g-girls…

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