Suppose the population of deer in a state is 10,280 and is growing 1% each year. Predict the population after 5 years

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  1. math(A.P/G.P)

    the population of a country was 55 crores in 2005 and is growing at 2% p.a C.I , the population in the year 5015 is estimated as ? a)5705 b)6005 c)6700

  2. Pre-Calc

    The game commission introduces 100 deer into newly acquired state game lands. the population N of the herd is modeled by N=(20(5+3t))/1+0.04t t>/=0 where t is the time in years a. find the population when t=5, t=10, and t=25 b. what is the limiting size of

  3. math

    suppose the population of a town increases by 3% each year. the population of the town today is 25,000. use compound interest table to find its population ten years from now. (must give the answer to the nearest thousand)

  4. math

    Suppose that the population of deer in a state is 19,900 and is growing 3% each year. Predict the population after 10 years. (1 point) A.about 274,338 deer B.about 26,744 deer**** D.about 597,000 deer C.about 204,970 deer i need help i don't if i'm right

  5. Science

    Refer to the following scenario to answer Questions 3 through 7. Hemlocks are a common type of tree in the northern forests of the United States. In studying one forest, a forester noticed that mature hemlocks were abundant but there were very few young

  6. Math

    The population of a town is modelled by P=-0.1x^2+1.2x+4.4 where x is the number of years since the year 2000, and y is the population in thousands. a) In the year 2005, what is the population? I used the equation, put x=5 and I got 7900 as the

  7. math

    Suppose that the population of a town is described by P=0.16t^2+7.2t+100, where P is the population in thousands and t is the time in years, ( with t=o representing the year 2000). A. what will the population be in 2010? B. what was the population in 1995?

  8. MATH I NEED HELP

    Game wardens use experiments to help determine the number of deer in the state of North Carolina. Suppose 120 deer are caught, tagged, and released into the wild. A month later, 800 deer are caught with 16 found to have tags. Using this information,

  9. science

    Read the scenario. Hemlocks are a common type of tree in the northern forests of the United States. In studying one forest, a forester noticed that mature hemlocks were abundant but there were very few young hemlocks. She wondered why there were so few

  10. Math

    7) A population of ants is growing at a rate of 8% a year. If there are 160 ants in the initial population, find the number of ants after 6 years.

  11. math

    the population of Smallville in the year 1890 was 6250.assume the population increased at a rate of 2.75% per year. predict when the population reached 50,000 I'm not suppose to use logs to find the answer :(

  12. college physics

    a woman driving at a speed of 23 m/s sees a deer on the road ahead and applies the brakes when she is 210m from the deer. if the deer does not move and the car stops right before it hits the deer, what is the acceleration provided by the car's brakes?

  13. Calculus

    Assuming that Switzerland's population is growing exponentially at a continuous rate of 0.21 percent a year and that the 1988 population was 6.8 million, write an expression for the population as a function of time in years. (Let t=0t=0 in 1988.) I got 6.8

  14. Algebra 2

    The fly population on an island is declining at a rate of 1.7% per year. The population was 4600 in the year 2016. Which answer is the best prediction of the population in the year 2023? 4010

  15. physics

    Three deer, A, B, and C, are grazing in a field. Deer B is located 61.0 m from deer A at an angle of 54.1 ° north of west. Deer C is located 79.8 ° north of east relative to deer A. The distance between deer B and C is 98.1 m. What is the distance

  16. Algebra

    Hey dudes, I need my answers and reasoning checked. (uwu) "Suppose you start with 24 rabbits, Each year they grow to 10 times as many! Write an exponential function to represent the rabbit population, y, based on the number of years that passed, x.

  17. Calculus

    A population is currently 400 and growing at a rate of 6% per year. (a) Write a formula for the population P as a function of time t in years: P(t)= 400(1+.06)^t (b) If the population continues this trend, what will it be in ten years? (Round off to the

  18. Population growth

    The population P of a particular city, Metropia, is growing at a rate proportional to the current population. The population at time t years is modelled by the equation P = Aekt where A and k are constants. (a) With the aid of appropriate examples, explain

  19. college algebra

    QUESTION 14 The game commission introduces 100 deer into newly acquired state game lands. The population N of the herd is modeled by where t is the time in years. Find the populations when t=40. (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.) 1,442 deer

  20. math

    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

  21. Math

    It is known that if the deer population falls below a certain level, m, then the deer will become extinct. It is also known that is the deer population goes above the maximum carrying capacity, M, the population will decrease to M. (a) Discuss the

  22. algebra

    Data from a deer count in forested area show that an estimated 3.16 x 10^3 deer inhabit 1.998 x 10^4 acres of land. What is the density of the deer population? Is this a multiplication or division problem?

  23. science

    why do you think the deer population was only 4,00 in 1905 when the carrying capacity of the rangeland could support 30,000 deer or more. I don't understand why a population could be so far below the carrying capacity.

  24. physics

    Three deer, A, B, and C, are grazing in a field. Deer B is located 63.4 m from deer A at an angle of 50.8 ° north of west. Deer C is located 76.7 ° north of east relative to deer A. The distance between deer B and C is 96.7 m. What is the distance

  25. physics

    Three deer, A, B, and C, are grazing in a field. Deer B is located 61.1 m from deer A at an angle of 50.9° north of west. Deer C is located 78.4° north of east relative to deer A. The distance between deer B and C is 92.2 m. What is the distance between

  26. Math

    23. Suppose the number of expert gamers in California is 52,400 and is growing 20% each year. Predict the number of experts after 5 years. 24. The population of bacteria in your messy room is 36,725 and is growing at a rate of 11% each month. What would

  27. math

    I can't seem to get away from these log problems! At the end of last year, the population of Jason's hometown was approximately 75,000 people. The population is growing at the rate of 2.4% each year. a) Write a function that models the growth of this city.

  28. Science - HW qs. check

    6. What happened to the population of deer when the wolves were introduced? Explain why? When the wolves are introduced, the population of deer will decrease because wolves eat deers??? right?????

  29. Math

    We all need help on this. The population of a town is modelled by P=-0.1x^2+1.2x+4.4 where x is the number of years since the year 2000, and y is the population in thousands. a) In the year 2005, what is the population? I used the equation, put x=5 and I

  30. Pre Calculus 1

    thirty percent of a radioactive substance decays in four years. assuming the decay is exponential, find the half life of the substance. the beginning of 1975 the population of a country was 40 million and growing at a rate of 3% per year. Assume that the

  31. algebra

    Cans omeone le me know if I arrived at the correct answer? To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 391 deer, tags them and lets them lose. Later 534 deer are caught; 178 of them are tagged. How many deer are in the

  32. Algebra

    Hey!! I would SUPER appreciate it if you could help me with these! Thank you! :) 1. Astronomers measure large distances in light-years. One light-year is the distance that light can travel in one year, or approximately 5.88 x 1012 miles. Suppose a star is

  33. math

    The size of an antler on a deer depends linearly on the age of the animal. For a mule deer in the Cache la poudre deer herd in Colorado, the antler begins growing at age 10 months and reaches a weight of 1.05 pounds after 70 months. Let w(t) be the weight

  34. calculus

    India's population has been catching up with China, with 1132 million in mid-2007 and growing at 1.6% per year, versus China then with 1318 million and growing at only 0.6%. If these rates continue, when will India have more people than China?

  35. Algebra

    3.To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat (in acres) polled. a.Write an equation using only one

  36. Algebra

    To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat (in acres) polled. a.Write an equation using only one variable

  37. Algebra

    To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat (in acres) polled. a. Write an equation using only one

  38. Algebra

    To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat (in acres) polled. Write an equation using only one variable

  39. algebra

    suppose that the population of deer in a state is 19,900 and is growing 3% each year. predict the population after 10 years.

  40. math

    Suppose that the population of deer in a state is 1,500 and is growing 2% each year. Predict the population after 4 years.

  41. MATH

    A protected area was stocked with 1500 deer of a certain species in 1995. The deer population in 2010 was found to be 3350 deer. Let t be the number of years after 1195. Find the deer population at t=3

  42. Math

    A herd of 100 deer is introduced onto a small island. At first the herd increases rapidly, but eventually food resources dwindle and the population declines. Suppose the number of deer, N(t), after t years is described by the polynomial function: N(t)+

  43. math

    there are 120 deer in a forest. The population of the deer doubles every 5 years. How long would it take for the deer population to reach 3840? help!

  44. Trig

    Cicero has a population of 6200 people and is growing at a rate of 8% per year . Mattydale has a population of 8750 and is growing at a rate of 6% per year create and equation solve the problem and in how many years to the nearest year will Cicero have a

  45. Reading

    Which sentence best shows a point of view about population growth? A. His new book, TOo many?, is about our planet's growing population B.And the population just keeps growing C.With all those people out there, humans have the ability to do more than ever

  46. math

    The model N = 10(4+3t)/1.25 describes the number of deer (N) in a park t years after 40 deer are introduced into the region. Approximately how long will it take the deer population to reach 224? How would I set up this equation?

  47. TRIG

    the population of a certain city is 1.3 million people. if the population is growing at the rate of 4% per year what will the population be in 8 years

  48. college algebra

    Suppose that the Russian population is declining by 0.48% each year, and continues to decline at this rate every year. a.) what is the overall 'growth' factor (really a decline factor) for 40 years of population decline? As a percentage of the current

  49. Algebra 2

    According to the US Census Bureau, the population of the United States has been growing at an average rate of approximately 2% per year. The census is taken every 10 years, and the population in 1980 was estimated at 226 million people. *If the rate of

  50. Algebra II

    A population growing at a rate of 1.6% per year from an initial population of 11000 will grow in t years to an amount How many years will it take the population to triple?

  51. Math AP Calc

    In 1951, the population of India was 357 million people. By 1981 it had grown to 984 million. If the population is growing exponentially, when (in what month of what year) will the population reach 1 billion people?

  52. Math

    I have no idea how to even start this problem. In 1951, the population of India was 357 million people. By 1981 it had grown to 984 million. If the population is growing exponentially, when (in what month of what year) will the population reach 1 billion

  53. Rational function

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  54. Management Accounting

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  55. Algebra

    Dr. Horton is studying an endangered fox whose population is declining. The population decrease is represented by the function f(x) = 6500(1 - 0.10)^x - 40. She is using this equation to study the population decline from year to year, with x representing

  56. algebra

    To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 523 deer tages them and let's them loose. Later 468 deer are caught, 234 of them are tagged. How many deer are in the preserve?

  57. math

    The population of a city was 60,000 in the year 2005 and increased by 2.5% every year. a) Write a formula for the population size depending on time b) What was the population in 2015? c) In what year will the population double?

  58. College Algebra 2

    To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 810 deer, tags them and lets them loose. Later 684 deer are caught; 171 of them are tagged. How many deer are in the preserve?

  59. Math word problems

    To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 428 deer, tags them and lets them loose. Later 644 deer are caught.161 of them are tagged. How many deer are in the preserve?

  60. Math-Reiny Help! Previous Problem

    In 1951, the population of India was 357 million people. By 1981 it had grown to 984 million. If the population is growing exponentially, when (in what month of what year) will the population reach 1 billion people? How do you know it's the 6th month?

  61. Math

    In 1951, the population of India was 357 million people. By 1981 it had grown to 984 million. If the population is growing exponentially, when (in what month of what year) will the population reach 1 billion people? How do you know what month? -Reiny

  62. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

    1.4. The population of endangered Partula snails on a small island is currently 325. Conservation measures have been implemented and the population is growing exponentially at a rate of 0.83%. In what year is the snail population expected to reach the

  63. Exp. Growth + Decay (HELP ME PLEASE!)

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  64. algebra

    To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat(in acres)polled. a. Write an equation using only one variable

  65. Math

    A city has a population of 30,000 people. Suppose that each year the population grows by 3.7% . What will the population be after 6 years? i multiplied 30,000 by 6 then 3.7 and got 7425000 i don't think that's the answer i feel like im missing a step..

  66. Physics

    Problem: A hunter shoots an arrow at a deer directly away from him. When the arrow leaves the bow, the deer is at a distance of 38 m. When the arrow strikes, the deer is at a distance of 51.00 m. The speed of the arrow is 65.00 m/s. What must have been the

  67. Physics

    A woman driving at a speed of 23 m/s sees a deer on the road ahead and applies the brakes when she is 210 m from the deer. If the deer does not move and the car stops right before it hits the deer, what is the acceleration provided by the car's brakes?

  68. Algebra

    On Jan 1, 2010, Chessville has a population of 50,000 people. Chessville then enters a period of population growth. Its population increases 7% each year. On the same day, Checkersville has a population of 70,000 people. Checkersville starts to experience

  69. Math

    A deer population was measured to be 4000. Two years later , it was measured to be 4300. assume the population grows exponentially. A). Write an equation describe this situation. Find values of all constants. b) What will the population be four years after

  70. calculus

    India's population has been catching up with China, with 1132 million in mid-2007 and growing at 1.6% per year, versus China then with 1318 million and growing at only 06%. If these rates continue, when will India have more people than China?

  71. Math- Algebra

    To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat (in acres) polled. a.Write an equation using only one variable

  72. Algebra

    3. To estimate animal populations, biologists count the total number of animals in a small section of a habitat. The total population of animals is directly proportional to the size of the habitat (in acres) polled. a. Write an equation using only one

  73. algebria

    Suppose the population of deer in a state is 10,280 and is growing 1% each year. Predict the population after 5 years

  74. 9th grade algebra

    suppose the population of deer in a state is 10,280 and is growing 1% each year. predict the population after 5 years.

  75. Calculus

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  76. biology

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  77. Calculus

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  78. Math

    Suppose your community has 4512 students this year. The student population is growing 2.5% each year. Write an equation to model the student population. (y=a*b^x)

  79. Math

    Suppose your community has 4512 students this year. The student population is growing 2.5% each year. Write an equation to model the student population. (y=a*b^x)

  80. math hw

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  81. Math

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  82. ~~~~~College Algebra

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  83. math

    Suppose that the population of a town is described by P=0.16t^2=7.2t=100, where P is the population in thousands and t is the time in years, ( with t=o representing the year 2000). A. what will the population be in 2010? B. what was the population in 1995?

  84. Algebra

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  85. calculus

    A population is currently 400 and growing at a rate of 6% per year. If the population continues this trend, how many full years does it take to at least double?

  86. Pre-Calculus

    A town has a population which is growing linearly. In 1970 its population was 36,000 while in 1985 its population was 63,000. Find a formula for its population P(t), where t=0 corresponds to the year 1970.

  87. math

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  88. HS Calculus/math

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  89. Alg. 2

    In 2000 the deer population in NJ was 35000. In 2015 that number decreased to 21000. If the population can be modeled with an exponential decay model, what is the rate at which the population is decreasing?

  90. math

    1. To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 309 deer, tags them and lets them loose. Later,324 deer are caught ; 162 of them are tagged. How many deer are in the preserve? 2. q+9/3 + q-5/5 = 14/3 3. 6/v =9/v -1/11 4.

  91. math

    To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 874 deer, tags them and lets them loos. Later, 708 deer are caught, 177 of them are tagged, how many deer are in the preserve? Thank you in advance.

  92. Math

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  93. algebra

    I don't understand how to do this, can someone please help me? To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 391 deer, tags them and lets them lose. Later 534 deer are caught; 178 of them are tagged. How many total deer are

  94. 12th grade Economics

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  95. College Algebra 2

    To determine the number of deer in a game preserve, a conservationist catches 810 deer, tags them and lets them loose. Later 684 deer are caught; 171 of them are caught. How many deer are in the preserve?

  96. math

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  97. Alegebra I

    I need help please!!! On January 1, 2010, Chessville has a population of 50,000 people. Chessville then enters a period of population growth. Its population increases 7% each year. On the same day, Checkersville had a population of 70,000 people.

  98. Algebra

    On Jan 1, 2010, Chessville has a population of 50,000 people. Chessville then enters a period of population growth. Its population increases 7% each year. On the same day, Checkersville has a population of 70,000 people. Checkersville starts to experience

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  100. Biology (PLEASE HELP)

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