# MTH 215 Week 4 MyMathLab® Week 4 Checkpoint

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# MTH 215 Week 4 MyMathLab® Week 4 Checkpoint

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Decide whether the following statement makes sense? (or is clearly? true) or does not make sense? (or is clearly? false). Explain your reasoning.

Money in a bank account earning compound interest at an annual percentage rate of? 3% is an example of exponential growth.

The statement does not makes sense because the money in the account grows by the same absolute? amount, which is an example of linear growth.

The statement makes sense because the money in the account grows by the same? percentage, which is an example of exponential growth.

The statement makes sense because the money in the account grows by the same absolute? amount, which is an example of exponential growth.

The statement does not make sense because the money in the account grows by the same? percentage, which is an example of linear growth.

A King in ancient times agreed to reward the inventor of chess with one grain of wheat on the first of the 64 squares of a chess board. On the second square the King would place two grains of? wheat, on the third? square, four grains of? wheat, and on the fourth square eight grains of wheat. If the amount of wheat is doubled in this way on each of the remaining? squares, how many grains of wheat should be placed on square 16?? Also find the total number of grains of wheat on the board at this time and their total weight in pounds.? (Assume that each grain of wheat weighs? 1/7000 pound.)

How many grains of wheat should be placed on square 16??

32768 grains

How many total grains of wheat should be on the board after the the grains of wheat have been placed on square 16??

65535 grains

What is the total weight of all the grains of wheat on the board after the grains of wheat have been placed on square 16??

?(Round to the nearest tenth as? needed.)

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