Math1314LAB3chapter4

Math1314LAB3chapter4 - Logistic Growth On a college campus...

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Math1314.XS3 Name: LAB#4 CHAPTER4 Problem#1 (6pts): Exponential Growth The population of Collin County, which follows the exponential growth model, increased from 264,036 in 1990 to 491,675 in 2000. a) Find the exponential growth rate, k. (round answer to 4 decimal places.) b) Write the exponential growth function. c) What should the population be in 2012? d) When should the population be 630,735? e) How long will it take the population to double? Problem#2 (4pts):
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Unformatted text preview: Logistic Growth On a college campus of 13000 students, one student returned from spring break with a contagious virus. The spread of the virus is modeled by 0.8 13000 1 12999 t y e-= + where y is the total number of students infected after t days. a) How many students are infected after 7 days? b) How many students are infected after 23 days? c) How long will it be until 1500 students are infected?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course MATH 1314 taught by Professor Lisajuliano during the Fall '12 term at Collins.

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