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The number of bacteria present in a culture is given by the following model B=1000e^0.276t; where t= time in minutes. Find the time required to have 6000 bacteria present. Then, round your answer to the nearest tenth of a minute.

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1. just solve for t in

1000e^0.276t = 6000
e^.276t = 6
.276t = ln6
t = ln6/0.276

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