anonymous
  • anonymous
U.S. high school enrollment has changed from approximately 13.7 million in 1995 to 16.3 million in 2005. a)Calculate the U.S. high school enrollment for 2002. b)Predict the U.S. high school enrollment for 2010.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
First find "slope", which is the average annual increase given the time duration and numbers of people already given.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok huh
anonymous
  • anonymous
In 10 years, it grew by 2.6 million. So, it grew by 0.26 million per year. So, the equation for enrollment is: 13.7 million + number of years * 0.26

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