Math

I currently have 4 wild bunnies running around my yard. They are freaking annoying. Especially because they are doubling in number every month. Assuming this continues how many bunnies will be annoying me in 2 years.

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3. 👁 259

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2. You could do it by hand -- 4, 8, 16, 32, etc. -- but there's a formula that's easier. Unfortunately I don't know the formula -- so you can wait for one of our math tutors to post it.

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3. Ok, thanks. Do you think you could notify a math tutor and see if they are able to help me? Happy New Year! ðŸŽ‰

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4. since they double every month, that means you multiply by 2 for each month. So, after m months, the population will be

p(m) = 4*2^m

Since a year has 12 months, in 2 years there will be 4*2^24 = 67,108,864

I hope you have
(a) a huge yard
(b) lots of lettuce
(c) no foxes

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5. I have tons of foxes at my house. Is that a bad thing?

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6. What do you suppose foxes eat?

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7. Uh... Humans? I don't know?

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8. rabbits, among other animals

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9. James Doyle needs to read up on the concept of "food chain"!

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10. Oh. Thanks. That makes sense Happy New Year.

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