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In 2000 the population of a state was 5 million and growing continuously at a rate of 3.4% per year.
a) Write a function that models the state’s population in millions x years after 200.
b) Graph f in 0,10,1 by 4,7,1
c) Estimate the state’s population in 2007.
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