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30 Apr 2022

Psychologists interested in learning theory study learning curves. A learning curve is a graph of a function P (t), the performance of someone learning a skill as a function of the training time t. The derivative dP/dt represents the rate at which performance improves,

- Plot the solution over time. Decide the unit of time and explain why it is most suitable for this model.

- Using your habits as the model, create a table for 3 different values of M, and plot your learning curve. Using a graphing tool to generate the graph

Psychologists interested in learning theory study learning curves. A learning curve is a graph of a function P (t), the performance of someone learning a skill as a function of the training time t. The derivative dP/dt represents the rate at which performance improves,

- Plot the solution over time. Decide the unit of time and explain why it is most suitable for this model.

- Using your habits as the model, create a table for 3 different values of M, and plot your learning curve. Using a graphing tool to generate the graph

11 May 2022