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The rate of change of the population of a city is proportional to the population P at any time t (measured in years). In fact, the rate of change is...

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The rate of change of the population of a city is proportional to the population P at any time t (measured in years). In fact, the rate of change is 0.4 times the population at any time. In 2009 the population was 10000. What will the population be in 2015?

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Solution: Since Rate of change of population is proportional to the population itself. Therefore we may write dP
∝ P dt Now again it’s given that rate of change is 0.4 times the population at...

This question was asked on Jan 23, 2013 and answered on Jan 23, 2013.

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