The population of a town increases from 15,000 o 40,000 over a 10-year period. The town council expects the population to continue to grow and would like a mathematical formula that can be used to predict future population size. a. State the independent and dependent variables. b. Construct an exponential model for the town's population growth. Show the appropriate work

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The population of a town increases from 15,000 o 40,000 over a 10-year period. The town council expects the population to continue to grow and would like a mathematical formula that can be used to predict future population size.

a. State the independent and dependent variables.

b. Construct an exponential model for the town's population growth. Show the appropriate work

 

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