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EunoR
2021-09-16
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The exponential growth models describe the population of the indicated country, A, in millions, t years after 2006.Uganda’s growth rate is approximately 3.8 times that of Canada’s.Determine whether the statement is true or false. If the statement is false, make the necessary change(s) to produce a true statement.

Canada:$A=33.1{e}^{0.009t}$

Uganda:$A=28.2{e}^{0.0034t}$

Canada:

Uganda:

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Answered 2021-09-17
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Given Data

The exponential growth rate of population of Canada is$A=33.1{e}^{0.009t}$

The exponential growth rate of population of Uganda is$A=28.2{e}^{0.034t}$

The exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Canada is${k}_{c}=0.009$

The exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Uganda is${k}_{u}=0.034$

The expression for the ratio of the exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Canada to exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Uganda is,

$\frac{{k}_{u}}{{k}_{c}}=\frac{0.034}{0.009}$

$k}_{u}=3.777{k}_{c$

$\approx 3.80{k}_{c}$

Hence the statement is true that Uganda’s growth rate is approximately 3.8 times that of Canada’s.

The exponential growth rate of population of Canada is

The exponential growth rate of population of Uganda is

The exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Canada is

The exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Uganda is

The expression for the ratio of the exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Canada to exponential constant of the exponential growth rate of population of Uganda is,

Hence the statement is true that Uganda’s growth rate is approximately 3.8 times that of Canada’s.

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