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    Rate of Growth is: 300

    a) Use your equation in part b(equations: P = 300t + 1750) to approximate how many years it will take the population to reach 7000.

    b) Graph this function in MS Excel by plotting the points found in your chart in part a. Label your axes with time on the x-axis and population on the y-axis.

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    a) When P = 7000, substitute 7000 for P to the equation,
    300t + 1750 = 7000
    300t = 7000 - 1750
    300t = 5250
    t = 5250 / 300
    t = 17.5
    so it will take 17 and half years for ...

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