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HELP PLEASE?? The population for a city is 94,083 and grows continuously at a rate of 5.5% each year. What is the approximate population in 32 years? 521,903 165,586 546,852 544,657

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use continuous growth formula
which is ?
\(A = Pe^{rt} \)

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Can you help me ?
P : initial value r : rate of growth t : time A : final value
Im bad at this
whats the starting population ?
read the problem and tell me if u can
94,083
good :) so P = 94083
r = 5.5% = 0.055 t = 32
plug them in the formula
OK
@ganeshie8 what does e stand for in the formula?
Looks like he did a good job of explaining. e is the number 2.7 approximately.
Can you help me finish?
Follow the order of operations.
i am kind of in a rush
Did you see the formula he gave? He even told you what each of the values in the formula would hold in this problem. Can you show me what you think the formula is with these given values?
If you want, you can just draw it.

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