Posted by **Rick** on Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 10:32pm.

The projected number of men and women enrolled in US colleges, in millions, is modeled in the following formulas: Women: N=0.007x+4.1 Men: N=0.01x +3.9

N represents enrollment, in millions, x years after 1984 (I left this part out last posting).

What is the project enrollment of women in 2004, and what is the projected enrollment of men in 2004?

With x equaling years after 1984, should I subtract 1984 from 2004 to get 20 years then multiply this by 0.007 for the women? What is the +4.1? Do I multiply 4.1 times 20 years also? I’m not sure how to put this into an equation. My guess:

N=20*.007+20*4.1=222

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- algebra - I am having a lot of difficulty trying to figure out how to put two ...
- Algebra - The life expectancies for men and women in the United States can be ...
- gr12 math - froma group of 6 ladies and 4 men, determine in how many ways a ...
- math - At a certain college, there are 7 men for every 5 women. If there are 440...
- math - At a certain college, there are 7 men for every 5 women. If there are 440...
- math - from a group of women and 4 men, determine in how many ways a committee ...
- psychology - The biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based ...
- math - In a group of 7 men and 8 women, how many committees of 5 can be selected...
- Algebra 1A - 1. b.Between the years 1975 and 2000, do women or men have the ...
- pyschology - The Biosocial approach suggests that gender differences are based ...

More Related Questions