# Algebra

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A certain nation is losing 26 million acres of rain forest each year.
(a) Find the linear function f that calculates the change in acres of rain forest in millions in x years.
Use x as a variable
(b) find f(3) and interperate the result.
f(t)= Simplify
Interperate result
After ? number of years the region can expect to have lost about ? million acres of rain forest.

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