Posted by **May** on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 4:33pm.

Hi,

I have a exponential model of P = 5.3 x (1.11)^t. I need to use this model to predict when a bird population will first exceed 500 pairs, so P is the number of pairs and t is the year. I have already come to an answer of 44 years but I think this is wrong, could someone please help me with this? Thanks alot

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