# Urgent math

The fox population in a certain region has a relative growth rate of 7% per year. It is estimated that the population in 2005 was 19,000.
(a) Find a function
n(t) = n0ert
that models the population t years after 2005.
n(t) =

(b) Use the function from part (a) to estimate the fox population in the year 2010. (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)
foxes

(c) After how many years will the fox population reach 25,000? (Round your answer to one decimal place.)
yr

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1. n(t) = 19000 e^(.07t) , where t is the number of years since 2005

in 2010 , t = 5

n(5) = 19000 e(.07(5)) = 26962

use the method I showed you in your previous post do answer c)

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