# Math

The population of a southern city follows the exponential law. If the population doubled in size over 13 months and the current population is 30,000 what will the population be in 5 years from now?

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1. let the equation be
population = current (2)^(t/13) , where t is in months

in 5 years, t = 60

population = 30000(2)^(60/13) = appr 735,000

(a rather silly question)

after 13 months -- 60000
after 26 months --120,000
after 39 months -- 240,000
after 52 months -- 480,000
after 65 months -- 960,000

our answer is reasonable according to the data given, but certainly not realistic.

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2. The population of a southern city follows the exponential law. If the population doubled in size over 10 months and the current population is 40,000 what will the population be 5 years from​ now?

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3. in chronological order list the events that led up to the embargo act and describe each event

I'm not asking for the answer, i mean, i am but I can't seem to find a good site to find out the infortmation, i just need a few events that made the Embargo act. That's all. 👌

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