A certain population has a yearly per capita growth rate of 1.2%, and the initial value is 5 million. (a) Use a formula to express the population as an exponential function. (Let N be the population in millions and t be the time in years.) N(t) (b) Express the population after 4 years using functional notation. N( Calculate that value. (Round your answer to two decimal places.) million Need Help? Read It Talk to a Tutor Master It

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A certain population has a yearly per capita growth rate of 1.2%, and the initial value is 5 million.
(a) Use a formula to express the population as an exponential function. (Let N be the population in millions and t be the
time in years.)
N(t)
(b) Express the population after 4 years using functional notation.
N(
Calculate that value. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)
million
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A certain population has a yearly per capita growth rate of 1.2%, and the initial value is 5 million. (a) Use a formula to express the population as an exponential function. (Let N be the population in millions and t be the time in years.) N(t) (b) Express the population after 4 years using functional notation. N( Calculate that value. (Round your answer to two decimal places.) million Need Help? Read It Talk to a Tutor Master It

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