This is a hard one but I think you would use the years as t and continue from there
I know you are suppose to use y(t) = e^(kt) but I don't know where to go. Please help me out guys. Thanks
In 1970 the population of a town was 21,000 and by 1980 that number decreased to 20,000. If the population decreases exponentially, then
a. find the population in the year 2000
b. find the population in the year 1960
Hello, bigton!
A piece that formula is missing . . .
Use: .
In 1970 the population of a town was 21,000
and by 1980 that number decreased to 20,000.
If the population decreases exponentially, then
a) find the population in the year 2000
Let 1970 be
We are told that: .
. . We have: .
The function is: .
We are told that: .
. .
. .
The function is: .
In the year 2000,
b) find the population in the year 1960
In the year 1960,