Population growth in the U.S. between 1950 and 2000, in millions, can be represented by the function \large f\left(t\right)=150e^{\left(0.013t\right)} where

Population growth in the U.S. between 1950 and 2000, in millions, can be represented by the function \large f\left(t\right)=150e^{\left(0.013t\right)} where t is the number of years since 1950.

In part b of question 1, you found the point of intersection between y = f(t) and y = 200. Describe what it means in this situation.

Population growth in the U.S. between 1950 and 2000, in millions, can be represented by the function \large f\left(t\right)=150e^{\left(0.013t\right)} where

Population growth in the U.S. between 1950 and 2000, in millions, can be represented by the function \large f\left(t\right)=150e^{\left(0.013t\right)} where t is the number of years since 1950.

In part b of question 1, you found the point of intersection between y = f(t) and y = 200. Describe what it means in this situation.

HELLLP! Which figure is represented by the net shown below? A net is shown. It is created by having an octagon

HELLLP!

Which figure is represented by the net shown below?
A net is shown. It is created by having an octagon in the center. Attached to the 8 sides of the octagon are triangles of equal size.

An octagonal prism is shown
An octagonal pyramid is shown
A hexagonal prism is shown
A hexagonal pyramid is shown
18. Which figure is represented by the net shown below?
A net is shown. It is created by having an octagon in the center. Attached to the 8 sides of the octagon are triangles of equal size.

An octagonal prism is shown
An octagonal pyramid is shown
A hexagonal prism is shown
A hexagonal pyramid is shown
18.