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# Answer question 44 with steps and explanation to solution

In Problems 39-42, find any relative maxima and minima. Use a graphing utility to check your results 29, y= 40. y =- 41, y=x-ex APPLICATIONS 43. Future value If $P is invested for n years at 10% 42. y=ex compounded continuously, the future value that resulis after n years is given by the function at (a) At what rate is the future value growing at any tim ph (for any nonnegative n)? (b) At what rate is the future value growing after l (n = 1)? (c) Is the rate of growth of the future value after I greater than 10%? Why? Future value The future value that accrues when 44. is invested at 9%, compounded continuously, is S(t) = 700e 09t where t is the number of years. The mode oczurs a he highecs point on normal curnes and spans

Answer question 44 with steps and explanation to solution

In Problems 39-42, find any relative maxima and minima. Use a graphing utility to check your results 29, y= 40. y =- 41, y=x-ex APPLICATIONS 43. Future value If $P is invested for n years at 10% 42. y=ex compounded continuously, the future value that resulis after n years is given by the function at (a) At what rate is the future value growing at any tim ph (for any nonnegative n)? (b) At what rate is the future value growing after l (n = 1)? (c) Is the rate of growth of the future value after I greater than 10%? Why? Future value The future value that accrues when 44. is invested at 9%, compounded continuously, is S(t) = 700e 09t where t is the number of years. The mode oczurs a he highecs point on normal curnes and spans

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