The exponential function N = 3.93 x 1.34d gives the approximate U.S. population, in millions, d decades after 1790. (The formula is valid only up to 1860.) (a) What is the yearly growth factor? (Round your answer to two decimal places.) Find a formula that gives the population y years after 1790. N = (b) What is the century growth factor? (Round your answer to two decimal places.) Find a formula that gives the U.S. population c centuries after 1790. (Assume that the original formula is valid over several centuries.) Talk to a Tutor Need Help? Read It Submit Answer P Type here to search hp t te 144 7 te 40 & % 8 3 2 F CO

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The exponential function N = 3.93 x 1.34d gives the approximate U.S. population, in millions, d decades after 1790. (The formula is valid only up to 1860.)
(a) What is the yearly growth factor? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)
Find a formula that gives the population y years after 1790.
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(b) What is the century growth factor? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)
Find a formula that gives the U.S. population c centuries after 1790. (Assume that the original formula is valid over several centuries.)
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The exponential function N = 3.93 x 1.34d gives the approximate U.S. population, in millions, d decades after 1790. (The formula is valid only up to 1860.) (a) What is the yearly growth factor? (Round your answer to two decimal places.) Find a formula that gives the population y years after 1790. N = (b) What is the century growth factor? (Round your answer to two decimal places.) Find a formula that gives the U.S. population c centuries after 1790. (Assume that the original formula is valid over several centuries.) Talk to a Tutor Need Help? Read It Submit Answer P Type here to search hp t te 144 7 te 40 & % 8 3 2 F CO

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