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Population of Mexico. In 2006 the population of Mexico was 107.4 million. If Mexico's population continues to grow at an annual rate of 1.43%, then...

Population of Mexico. In 2006 the population of
Mexico was 107.4 million. If Mexico’s population continues
to grow at an annual rate of 1.43%, then the population
in 2028 will be 107.4(1.0143)14 million.
a) Find the predicted population in 2020 to the nearest
tenth of a million people.
b) Use the result of Exercise 129 to determine whether
the United States or Mexico will have the greater
increase in population between 2006 and 2020

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Result from Ex. On page 129
Population of US in 2020 = 300.2*1.0105^14= 347.47
Increase in population of US from 2006-2020 = 347.47-300.2 = 47.27
million
Population of Mexico in 2006 = 107.4...

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