Exponential growth and decay

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  • Exponential growth and decay

    1. 1. Laws of Growth and Decay
    2. 2. Natural Growth and Decay dP = kP → P = P0 e ! kt dt
    3. 3. Example 1• The annual growth rate of a town is 3% of its population. In 2000 the population is 13000. • Show that the population can be calculated by the general growth and decay model • Hence find the population in 2010 (to nearest 100)
    4. 4. Example 2 - Half LifeThe half life a a radio-active substance is 200years. Initially there are 200g. How muchmass remains after 300 years.
    5. 5. Law of Limited Growth and DecayIn reality the population growth may berestricted due to death, diseases orlimitations in food, water etc DP If = k(P − A) → P = A + Be ! kt dt
    6. 6. Example 3 - NaturalGrowth and Decay
    7. 7. Newton’s Law of Coolingthe cooling rate of a body isproportional to the differencebetween the temperature of thebody (T) and that of the surroundingmedium (M) DT = −k(T − M ) ! dt
    8. 8. Example - Newtons Law of Cooling
    9. 9. Wilhelmy’s LawThe velocity of a reaction is proportionalto difference between the initialconcentration of the reagent (a) and theamount transformed at any time (x) dx = k(a − x) 0 ≤ x ≤ a ! dt
    10. 10. Wilhelmy’s Law ExampleIn a particular reaction theconcentration of a reagent is10 (g) and 4 (g) have alreadybeen transformed. Find theamount left after 5 minutes
    11. 11. General ExampleBrine containing 2 g of salt per litre flowsinto a tank initially filled with 50 litres ofwater containing 10 g of salt. If the brineenters the tank at 5 litres /minute, theconcentration is kept uniform by stirring, andthe mixture flows out at the same rate, findthe amount of salt in the tank after 10minutes.

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