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The population of a slowly growing bacterial colony after t hours is given by p(t)=3t2+29t+150 . Find the growth rate after 4 hours?

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    I assume you meant
    p(t)=3t^2+29t+150
    then p'(t) = 6t + 29 and
    p'(4) = 6(4)+29

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