Assuming there is a growth function f(n) , what does the value f(0) represent in general?

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2015-11-11 09:56:13

A growth function is of the form [latex]f(n) = a_{0} , b^{kn} \ where \ k = constant extgreater 0.[/latex] When n = 0, obtain f(0) = a₀, which is the initial value of the function. Answer: f(0) represents the initial value of the growth function f(n).

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