Beef consumption, in billions of pounds, in the U.S. in year x can be approximated by the function B(x)= -154.41+39.38ln x where x is years after 1900 ( so x = 0 is the year 1900) How much beef was consumed in 2012?
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Originally Posted by John108 Beef consumption, in billions of pounds, in the U.S. in year x can be approximated by the function B(x)= -154.41+39.38ln x where x is years after 1900 ( so x = 0 is the year 1900) How much beef was consumed in 2012? x is defined as the number of years after 1900. So when the year is 2012, what is x? -Dan
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