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A bacteria population is 3000 at time t = 0 and its rate of growth is 1000 · 6t bacteria per hour after t hours. What is the population after one hour? (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)

  1. Steve

    clearly, after 1 hour, the population has increased by 6000

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