The population of a certain region grew from 17 million in 2005 to 21.7 million in 2012 a. Find a function of the form P(t) = Ce that models the population growth of the region. Here, t is the number of years since 2005, and P(t) is in millions. Round your k value to 3 decimal places. b. Use your model to predict the population of this region in 2015. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a million million people

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The population of a certain region grew from 17 million in 2005 to 21.7 million in 2012
a. Find a function of the form P(t) = Ce
that models the population growth of the region. Here, t is the
number of years since 2005, and P(t) is in millions. Round your k value to 3 decimal places.

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The population of a certain region grew from 17 million in 2005 to 21.7 million in 2012 a. Find a function of the form P(t) = Ce that models the population growth of the region. Here, t is the number of years since 2005, and P(t) is in millions. Round your k value to 3 decimal places.

b. Use your model to predict the population of this region in 2015. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a
million
million people

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b. Use your model to predict the population of this region in 2015. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a million million people

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