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## Homework Statement

Ok, so I have an unknown exponential function:

y

_{1}= f

_{1}(t)

By measuring the values of

*t*and

*y*, a linear connection is generated between Y

_{i}_{i}(=

*log (y*)) and t:

_{i}*Y*=

_{i}*A*.

_{i}t + B_{i}A

_{1}= -2.12

B

_{1}= 1.96

Problem 1: Describe

*f*in the following matter:

_{1}*y*

_{1}= f_{1}(t) = Ce^{λt}## The Attempt at a Solution

I've been juggling with numbers and letters without ending up with anything reasonable.

Ok, let's ramble down some thoughts:

Adding log function to both sides of the functions gives

log(y

_{1}) = log t + log -2.12 + log 1.96 = log (C) + log (e) λt

And this is where it all ends. Any help out there? Would be much appreciated!