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YessiLaMuneka
 3 years ago
population growth can be modeled using the formula p=cr^t, where C is the initial population, r is the growth factor, and t is time in years.starting with 50 mice, what will be the population in 4 yrs if it doubles every year?
a)100
b)200
c)400
d)800
YessiLaMuneka
 3 years ago
population growth can be modeled using the formula p=cr^t, where C is the initial population, r is the growth factor, and t is time in years.starting with 50 mice, what will be the population in 4 yrs if it doubles every year? a)100 b)200 c)400 d)800

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Mr.Math
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Just plug the values [\(c=50\), \(r=2\) and \(t=4\)] in the formula and solve for \(p\).
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