anonymous
  • anonymous
A 5-year projection of population trends suggest that T years from now, the population of a certain community will be P(T)=T^3+9T^2+48T+50 thousand. A. at what time during the 5-year period will the population be growing most rapidly? B. at what time during the 5-year period will the population be growing most least rapidly?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i am wondering if there is a typo here. this is a cubic polynomial, and the larger T is the faster it grows
anonymous
  • anonymous
unless it means this is the population for the next five years, in which case the slowest growth is at the beginning and then it speeds up
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's T raise to 3 + 9T raise to 2 + 48T +50.. sorry i dont know how to do it.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no that is fine, that is what i thought it said.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah, can you answer it?

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