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The population (in millions) of a certain island can be approximated by the function p(x)=50(1.02)^x, where x is

the number of years after 2000. Which of the following calculations will tell in what year the population can be expected to reach 100 million?

a) ln((2)/(1.02)) +2000

b) (ln(2))/(ln(1.02))

c) ln((2)/(1.02))

d) (ln(2))/(ln(1.02))+2000

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