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8. In 1950, the world population was 2560 million people. In 1960, the population was
3040 million people. Assume that world population grows in constant relative propor-
tion
(a) What is the relative growth rate, k?
(b) Use the model to predict the population in 2020.
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Transcribed Image Text:8. In 1950, the world population was 2560 million people. In 1960, the population was 3040 million people. Assume that world population grows in constant relative propor- tion (a) What is the relative growth rate, k? (b) Use the model to predict the population in 2020.
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