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Homework Help: Math-Population Word Problem

Posted by Jake on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 9:34pm.

The population of rabbits in a national forest is modeled by the formula P=8,600+650 ln(t+1) where "t" is the number of years from the present.
a)How many rabbits are now in the forest
b)Estimate when it will take for the number of rabbits to reach 12,000?
c)Estimate how many rabbits there will be 50 years from now
d)Estimate how many rabbits there will be in 100 years from now.
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