16-key - population of a city is 35,000. Three years later,...

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Math 1314 Daily Poppers 016 Bubble in: Number 16; Your PSID# 1. Suppose .0275 ( ) 1.5 t Q t e - = . This function is a A. Growth function. B. Decay function
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2. Suppose .0275 ( ) 1.5 t Q t e - = . The initial value is A. 1.5 B. -.0275 C. .0275 D. Can’t tell from what’s given
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3. Suppose .0275 ( ) 1.5 t Q t e - = . The value for k is A. 1.5 B. -.0275 C. .0275 D. Can’t tell from what’s given
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4. Suppose .0275 ( ) 1.5 t Q t e - = . Find (3). Q A. 1.63 B. 1.58 C. 1.42 D. 1.38 E. None of the above
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5. At the beginning of a population study, the
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Unformatted text preview: population of a city is 35,000. Three years later, the population is 37,400. Assuming population grows exponentially, what would you predict the population will be 7 years after the population study started? A. 40600 B. 55679 C. 22001 D. 89226 E. None of the above Bubble in: Section #; Assign # 017; Your PSID#; Test Form A 6. Evaluate: 10 x dx ∫ A. 9 10 x C + B. 11 x C + C. 11 1 11 x C + D. 11 10 11 x C + E. None of the above...
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16-key - population of a city is 35,000. Three years later,...

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