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Exponential Project- Amusement Parks By Omar Abreu

My Exponential project on The number of Amusement Park open in America over Time
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Omar Abreu

on 13 May 2011

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Transcript of Exponential Project- Amusement Parks By Omar Abreu

Exponential Project-By Omar Abreu Introduction: For this Project I decided to take on how popular Amusement parks have gotten over the years. Amusement Parks make BILLIONS in a year. But at first, there must have been only few amusment parks to go to. I decided to look on how popular amusement parks are by looking at how many amusement parks in America opened over time. Table: The One of the First "Amusement" park opened in 1880, on Coney island. And Another on Atlantic city. To Accomidate Guests. This is what started Amusement Parks. The One of the First "Amusement" park opened in 1880, on Coney island. And Another on Atlantic city. To Accomidate Guests. This is what started Amusement Parks. By 1900 there was 1500, then a couple of years later 2000 amusement parks. As you can see the Amusement Parks would have continued to Grow Eponentially, if the Great Depression did not happen. Graph: This Graph shows the information on the table. NOTE: Replace the Number with the year. EX, 1 is 1880, 2 in 1900, 3 is 1920 ECT. Equation: I CAN NOT cREATE AN EQUATION FOR THE eNTIRE tIME. bUT THIS IS the equation for the time between 1940 and 2000: Y=670X+150 Reflection: This shows that the Growth of Amusement Parks would have been exponential without the Great Depression. There seems to be like Two Exponential Graphs and a decline on one graph. But, without the Great depression Decline, we probably would not have the amusement parks we have today.
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