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PLEASE HELP! The number, n, of fruit flies in some colony after (t) days have elapsed is given by n(t)= 200 * 4^(t/11). What will the population be in 13 days? a. 1030 b.1130 c. 1230 d.1330 e. 1430 This is a continuation of the previous question. How many days (to the nearest day) will it take for the population to reach 96100? a. 45 b. 49 c. 53 d. 57 e. 61

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  1. anonymous
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    Substitute t in the formula as 13 and solve it

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