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The population of Circletown has been growing at an annual rate of 5% for the last 5 years. The population is now 3104 people. What was the population of Circletown 5 years ago?
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pop(1.05^5) = 3104
pop = 3104/1.05^5 = ....posted by Reiny

2432?
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Thanks dude I got it :)
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