Practice Test

 A) $y=ekt+c$, for some constants and $kâ‰¥0$ B) $y=cekt$, for some constants $câ‰¥0$ and C) $y=ect+k,$ for some constants and $kâ‰¥0$ D)

Correct option is B

Explanation :
$â‡’log(yc)=ktâ‡’y=cekt$
Don't just read through questions. Boost your exam performance with innovative tools @PREXAM.
Practice → Test → Error Improvement → Gauranteed 5-10% boost in your current score.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q. The sides of an equilateral triangle are increasing at the rate of 2 cm/s. The rate at which the area increases, when the side is 10 cm, is

Q. If the rate of change of area of a square plate is equal to that of the rate of change of its perimeter, then length of the side is

Q. A man of 2m height walks at a uniform speed of 6 km/h away from a lamp post of 6 m height. The rate at
which the length of his shadow increase is

PRACTICE OTHER SUBJECTS ALSO

Chemistry
Physics
Maths