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A companys annual revenue for the period since 2000 can be modeled by the function = 1.06)^n , where R_n is in millions of dollars and n=0...

A company's annual revenue for the period since 2000 can be modeled by the function =1.46(1.06)n , where Rn is in millions of dollars and n=0 corresponds to 2000. Assuming the model accurately predicts future revenue, find the year in which the revenue first exceeds $2.27 million.

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