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The graph shows the size of Ivor's ant colony over the first four weeks. Assume the ant population will continue to grow at the same rate. When the population reaches 1385 ants, Ivor's ant farm will not be big enough for all of them. In how many weeks will the ant population be too large?
A. 48
B. 47
C.45
D.46
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PLEASE ANSWER!!!! The graph shows the size of Ivor's ant colony over the first four weeks. Assume the ant population will continue to grow at the same rate. When the population reaches 1385 ants, Ivor's ant farm will not be big enough for all of them. In how many weeks will the ant population be too large? A. 48 B. 47 C.45 D.46

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