anonymous
  • anonymous
HELP PLEASE!!!! Some scientists estimate the growth of a population using the Malthusian model, named after the Reverend Thomas Malthus, who wrote one of the most influential books on population. His formula uses the natural logarithm, which you will learn about in a future lesson. Another formula that models growth is shown, where No is the initial size of the population, N is the final size of the population, r is the rate of growth or decay per time period, and t is the number of time periods. In this case r =100% or 1.Using this formula, how many rabbits would Daisy have after 3 years
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
\[N=N _{o}(1+r)^{t}\]
ChillOut
  • ChillOut
So... \(N=N _{0}(1+1)^{3}\) = \(N=8N _{0}\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Makes sense. Thank you for your help. I think I've got it now! ^w^

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No problem :)

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