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trappthemonkey

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A population grows according to the equation P(t) = 6000 - 5500e^-.159t for t is greater than or equal to 0, t in years. This population will approach a limiting value as time goes on. During which year will the population reach half this limiting value?

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    first you have to figure out what the limiting value is, then fill in half of it in the equation

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