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The current population of Charles Town is 53,500. What will the population be in seven years if it is declining 3% per year? A. 10272 B. 43227 C. 52387 D. 66215

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i foundes you again. :P
Hahaha oh my! So...the easy way out or the hard way?
depends, do you want to take the easy way or the hard way? :P

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easy! i have like 5 questions left and wanna finish this asap lol
lol. so tell me then. how do you start? (note, my easyway doesn't involve me giving yuo answers.)
i just dont know how to do the equation..
& you should give me the answer bc its not even for me :)
lol
the equation is simple. it would be \[population\div.03\]
hmmm
actually i think i would be \[53500\times (.97)^7\]
nope i lied i dont
to decrease a number by 3% means you have \(97\%=.97\) of it left to decrease by \(3\%\) 7 times, multiply it by \((.97)^7\)
@satellite73 where'd you get the .97?
okay @satellite73 is write
ohh. okay. i see what you mean. sorry i was wrong @brittanyburton

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