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    Determining population size

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    A person studying the growth of an animal population has determined T = 25logN − 50for the time T, in years, at which the population has reached the size N.
    a. At what time does the population reach a size of 200? Explain how to find this.
    b. What was the initial population size? How did you find it?

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    a. Size N = 200.

    So now substitute this value in the equation.

    T = 25log(200) - ...

    Solution Summary

    Given an equation, the population size is determined at a given time in a series of clear calculations.

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