# If we assume that 2010 is t=0 what is the initial value and what does it mean? does the data best fit

If we assume that 2010 is t=0 what is the initial value and what does it mean?

does the data best fit a linear or an exponential model?

what equation best models this data?

will give brainliest!

$If we assume that 2010 is t=0 what is the initial value and what does it mean? does th$

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1. JvGaming2001 says:

4(1)+6=10
4(2)+6=14
4(3)+6=18
4(4)+6=22

d

2. serenityjohnson98765 says:

50 is the initial value, it is the start of a population of rabbits that increases exponentially over time.

the value at t=0 is a starting point or in this case the starting population. The rest of the chart is the increase in population per year.

3. ajam71501 says:

d is correct

Step-by-step explanation:

4. Eylul30 says:

Ithink you're answer is going to be d. but don't hold me to it.

5. mathisaqeosmw says:

309.35 million, the initial number of people in 2010

Step-by-step explanation:

The initial value is when t =0, so looking at the table, (t=0 in 2010)  , the initial value is 309.35 million

This is the starting population when use for our exponential growth or decay model.  It is the number of people at our initial time.  Since the population is increasing, w have exponential growth

6. zackmoore says:

$6, the cost of the catalog Step-by-step explanation: Look at the table value,$6 is the initial value, that is represents the cost of the catalog.

Thank you

7. olgapagan3173 says:

c

Step-by-step explanation:

c

8. sweetcandy16gaming says:

$What is the initial value and what does it represent? 4, the cost per item 4, the cost of the cat$

9. onna172001 says:

The initial value is 309.35

It means that in the year 2010 (starting year) the population was 309,350,000 people or written another way "309.35 million". The second way is more short so probably the more preferred method.

To find the value 309.35, simply look at the table under the value t = 0.

10. layshjjbradshaw7250 says:

6\$ cost of the catalog