exponential function

2022-01-10
The exponential function f(x) = 1145e 0.0325x models the gray wolf population of
the Western Great Lakes, f(x), x years after 1978. Project the gray wolf
population of the Western Great Lakes, rounded to the nearest whole number, in
2017.
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