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**Jordan from Facebook writes:**

Got the first one right, don't know exactly what it's asking for in the 2nd part(I missed the class that we went over these types of problems) thanks!

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Got the first one right, don't know exactly what it's asking for in the 2nd part(I missed the class that we went over these types of problems) thanks!

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Hi Jordan,Jordan from Facebook writes:

Got the first one right, don't know exactly what it's asking for in the 2nd part(I missed the class that we went over these types of problems) thanks!

Start with the standard form of the exponential function, \(y=Ae^{mx}\) and plug in values for \(x\) and \(y\). You get two equations,

\[y_0=Ae^{mx_0}\]

\[y_1=Ae^{mx^1}\]

By dividing the two equations you'll be able to find \(m\). I hope you can continue from here.

Kind Regards,

Sudharaka.