# algebra

the number of bacteria in a certain population is predicted to increase according to a continuous exponential growth model at a relative rate of 6% per hour. suppose that a sample culture has an initial population of 94 bacteria. find the predicted population after four hours.

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1. p = 94 e^(.06 * 4)

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2. 94 * .06 = the first hour
times that number by 4

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