# Math homework help

## Assignment 1: Discussion—Population Growth

To study the growth of a population mathematically, we use the concept of exponential models. Generally speaking, if we want to predict the increase in the population at a certain period in time, we start by considering the current population and apply an assumed annual growth rate. For example, if the U.S. population in 2008 was 301 million and the annual growth rate was 0.9%, what would be the population in the year 2050? To solve this problem, we would use the following formula:

P(1 + r)^{n}

## Assignment 2: LASA 1: Analysis of Credit Card Debt

Credit card debt is a reality for many in today’s world. Suppose that you had a $5,270.00 balance on a credit card with an annual percentage rate (APR) of 15.53 percent. Consider the following questions and prepare a report based upon your conclusions. This report must be submitted as a Word document and attachment to the **M3: Assignment 2 Dropbox**.

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**Search** the Internet for U.S. climate data.

**Choose** the city in which you live.

**Click** on the tab that reads “Daily.”

## stat-resarch

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## Literature review - Hifsa Shaukat

the 4 images which are in jpg format have the structure and some dos and donts. please look the other attachements very carefully.3 variables have to be chosen for the literature reviews. you have to find 5 to 6 journals on the 3 variables i have chosen.the 3 variables are brand loyalty, celebrity brand endorsement ad brand endorsement. becasue i have only 3 variables in my concetual framework i willl be needdig 2 reviews of each of the variable stated which has to be related to my topic. Please include in text citations.

## georges.tesh

A drug company is measuring levels of oxygenation in patients after receiving a test medication. As the researcher, you are interested in whether Group I, which received the medication, has the same oxygenation levels as Group II, which did not.

1) Group 1: 2,3,3,4,4,7,8,9

2) Group 2: 1,2,2,3,4,4,5,5,6,8