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The population of a city grows from an initial size of 100,000 to an amount P given by
P(t) = 100,000+2000r²
A. Find the growth rate.
B. Find the number of people in the city after 10 years (at t = 10).
C. Find the growth rate at t = 10,
he annroximated by the linear function
the t th
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Transcribed Image Text:The population of a city grows from an initial size of 100,000 to an amount P given by P(t) = 100,000+2000r² A. Find the growth rate. B. Find the number of people in the city after 10 years (at t = 10). C. Find the growth rate at t = 10, he annroximated by the linear function the t th
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