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An amusement park's average daily attendance during its first year of
operation in 1988 was 2046 people. since the the average daily attendance ahs increased by about 115 people yearly. let (T) be the number of years since 1988. use function notation to write an equation giving the average daily attendance as a function of (T). then determine the average daily attendance in the year 2003.

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1. Let T be the number of years since 1988.

N(T) = 115T + 2046

so 2003 ---> T = 15
N(15) = 115(15) + 2046 = 3771

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