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(a) Let x be in years, where corresponds to 2000, to 2001, and so on. Find values for C and a so that models the data. (b) Graph f and the data in the same viewing rectangle. (c) Use to estimate graphically the year when the carbon dioxide concentration will be double the preindustrial level of 280 ppm. year 2000 2050 2100 2150 2200 CO2 364 467 600 769 987

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  1. dumbcow
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    put data in excel and do a scatterplot graph to get an idea of a function to model the data

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    ok

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    ok now you can add a trendline, right click on data in graph and pick format trendline. choose polynomial because you can see it increasing like a parabola

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    a) Let x be in years, where corresponds to 2000, to 2001, and so on. Find values for C and a so that models the data. (b) Graph f and the data in the same viewing rectangle. (c) Use to estimate graphically the year when the carbon dioxide concentration will be double the preindustrial level of 280 ppm. year 2000 2050 2100 2150 2200 CO2 364 467 600 769 987

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    anyone help

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