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The population of Las Vegas, Nevada in 2000 was 478,000 and is increasing at the rate of 6.28% per year. At this rate, when will the population reach 1 million people?

a)1.51 years
b)2.32 years
c)12.12 years
d)10.84 years

  • Pre-Cal -

    solve for n

    1 000 000 = 478 000(1.0628)^n

    you will have to use logs

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    1.51 years

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