Q A cold yam is plaveedd in a hot oven. Newton's Law of Heating tells us that the difference between the oven's temperature and the yam's temperature decays exponentially with time. The yam's temperature is initially 0 deg F, the oven's temp is 300 deg F, and the temp difference decreases by 3% per minute. Find a formula for Y(t), the yam's temperature at time t. My A Well my thought is that since the Y-axis is the yam's temperature then the function must be increasing. So then the A variable in f(x)=A(B^x) would be 0, which is impossible. I keep trying to use 300 for A but then it is not an increasing function. Am I just reading the question wrong or over thinking this. Please help. Thank you very much!