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In 2010, the world's population reached 6.91 billion and was increasing at a rate of 1.1% per year. Assume that this growth rate remains constant. (In fact, the growth rate has decreased since 1987.) (a) Write a formula for the world population (in billions) P as a function of the number of years t since 2010.

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    P_n=6.91(〖1+0.011)〗^n=6.91(〖1.011)〗^n

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