# SOLUTION: the instructions say to "identify the multiplier for each growth rate." I'm not sure what to do and number 6 reads as follows: 4 percent. How do I find the multiplier?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Exponential-and-logarithmic-functions Question 31056This question is from textbook Advanced Algebra : the instructions say to "identify the multiplier for each growth rate." I'm not sure what to do and number 6 reads as follows: 4 percent. How do I find the multiplier?This question is from textbook Advanced Algebra Answer by acerX(62)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Im not sure of the question here but 4% as a decimal is 0.04. To use this as a multiplier such as sales tax you would add 1 making the multiplier 1.04