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Early Internet Services On January 1, 1996, Prodigy was the third-biggest online service provider, with 1.6 million subscribers, but was losing subscribers.70 If P ( t ) is the number of Prodigy subscribers t weeks after January 1, 1996, what do the given data tell you about values of the function P and its derivative? [HINT: See Quick Example 2.]

To determine

The estimate value of the function P and then its derivative where P is the function that represents the total number of Prodigy online subscribers after 1 January 1996 (t in weeks). The Prodigy online subscribers initially was 1.6 million which was decreasing per week.

Explanation

Given Information:

The Prodigy online subscribers initially were 1.6 million which was decreasing per week. P is the function that represents the total number of Prodigy online subscribers after 1 January 1996 (t in weeks).

On 1 January, 1996 the number of subscribers were 1.6 million that means, initially or at t=0 the number of subscribers were 1.6 million which is the function of P with value 1.6 million at t=0 defined by P(0)=1

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