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Posted by **stephanie** on Monday, November 30, 2009 at 10:39pm.

Note that this sample would not receive full credit because there is no detailed work shown, nor does it have the discussion asked for in the prompt.

Sample Post: The population of India in 2005 was 1,080,264,388 (there is more recent data available, so use the most recent you can find). The growth rate is 1.4%. Note that in this instance, the percent must be converted to its decimal equivalent before it can be used to make computations with the formula.

In 2006, the approximate population is 1,095,388,089. P = 1,080,264,388 * (1.014)^1

In 2007, the approximate population is 1,110,723,523. P = 1,080,264,388 * (1.014)^2

In 2008, the approximate population is 1,126,273,652. P = 1,080,264,388 * (1.014)^3

In 2012, the approximate population is 1,190,681,880. P = 1,080,264,388 * (1.014)^7

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