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# The current student population of Tucson is 2900. If the population increases at a rate of 14.8% each year. What will the student population be in 7 years? Write an exponential growth model for the future population P(x) where x is in years: P(x)= What will the population be in 7 years? (Round to nearest student) # The current student population of Tucson is 2900. If the population increases at a rate of 14.8% each year. What will the student population be in 7 years? Write an exponential growth model for the future population P(x) where x is in years: P(x)= What will the population be in 7 years? (Round to nearest student)

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Exponential growth and decay asked 2021-01-06
The current student population of Tucson is 2900. If the population increases at a rate of 14.8% each year. What will the student population be in 7 years?
Write an exponential growth model for the future population P(x) where x is in years:
P(x)=
What will the population be in 7 years? (Round to nearest student)

## Answers (1) 2021-01-07
formula used
$$p=p_oe^(rt)$$
Given:
$$P=2900e^(0.148*7)$$
$$P=2900e^(1.036)$$
=2900(2.818)
$$papprox8172$$
Write an exponential growth model for the future population p(x) where x is in years:
$$p(x)=2900e^((0.148)x)$$

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