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0025T = Q0 . 0025T = ln so T ≈ 277 years. The half-life of ozone is about 277 years. 4 LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS 27 In Example 3 the decay rate was given. However, in many situations where we expect to find exponential growth or decay, the rate is not given. To find it, we must know the quantity at two different times and then solve for the growth or decay rate, as in the next example. 2 million in 2005. Assuming it increases exponentially, find a formula for the population of Mexico as a function of time.
D) How long is it until only 1 mg of the drug remains in the body? 29 48. A cup of coffee contains 100 mg of caffeine, which leaves the body at a continuous rate of 17% per hour. (a) Write a formula for the amount, A mg, of caffeine in the body t hours after drinking a cup of coffee. (b) Graph the function from part (a). Use the graph to estimate the half-life of caffeine. (c) Use logarithms to find the half-life of caffeine. 49. In 2000, there were about 213 million vehicles (cars and trucks) and about 281 million people in the US.
9. −1 y 21. 4 π 12 x y x 3 x − 4π 5 −5 4π 5 −2 y 24. y 25. 3 13. Consider the function y = 5 + cos(3x). 3 18 −9 1 (a) What is its amplitude? (b) What is its period? (c) Sketch its graph. 2π −2π y 26. x 9 x −3 y 27. Find the period and amplitude in Exercises 14–17. 4 6 14. y = 7 sin(3t) 15. z = 3 cos(u/4) + 5 2 3 16. w = 8 − 4 sin(2x + π) 17. 1 sin(πt) + 2 x x 8π 4 8 For Exercises 18–27, find a possible formula for each graph. y 18. 2 In Exercises 28–32, find a solution to the equation if possible.