Recent content by lisac31

  1. L

    Years Lapsed Problem

    Thanks Joeb. I'll have to review yours. My final answer was 24 but I don't have a way of verifying. The 80.59 is subtracting year 10 from year one.
  2. L

    Years Lapsed Problem

    Upon further investigation looks like 38 doesn't seem to be the answer. I'm good now though as I have other examples that I'm going to review. Thanks for replying!
  3. L

    Years Lapsed Problem

    No, not homework. I think I figured it out using the Log equation: y=a+b*In(x) ~35*1.09=38.15 which I believe is the overall change in y.
  4. L

    Years Lapsed Problem

    Hello - I'm at a loss as to how to figure this out. Right now I'm studying how to determine the correct model to use whether it be Linear, Exponential, Log, or Power. Here is the problem: A rare species of bird has been re-introduced to a national forest, and researchers have been modeling...