The equation is
Now make t = 10 and calculate.
The population of Windsor is growing at an annual rate of 1.5%. If the current population is 25,000, one function can be used to predict the future population of Windsor is P(t) = 25,000(1.015)t squared where t represents time in years. Use this function to predict the population Of Windsor in 10 years.....
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Oh, what ? I was hoping for a question about formulae that model chunks of cortex flying everywhere
Anyway, since you know the formula that gives the population of Windsor after years, just plug in years and get the answer with a calculator
However, would you mind posting the actual formula in LaTeX or at least with the standard mathematical notations (^ for exponentiation, for instance)
@Pickslides : I think you missed the "t squared" ?
This did occur to me. but when reading the question
The equation must be as I have shown.
I think the following
Is the OP trying to express the variable t as as exponent. As in saying "I want the t to be in the spot the squared usually lives".