Posted by **Deborah** on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 2:59pm.

Suppose a population of 160 crickets doubles in size every month. The function F(X)= 160 * 2^X gives the population after x months. How many crickets will there be after 2 years?

A.)2,684,354,560 crickets

B.)640 crickets

C.)7,680 crickets

D.)655,360 crickets

I think the answer is A.

Thank You.

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