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The population of mice in Alfred is given by P(t) = 2862e", where t is in years since 1986. The rate of change of the
population is given by the formula
mice/yr. In year 1989 the population changes by approximately
mice. In 1989 23669363 mice died, which means that
mice were born that year.
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The population of mice in Alfred is given by P(t) = 2862e", where t is in years since 1986. The rate of change of the population is given by the formula mice/yr. In year 1989 the population changes by approximately mice. In 1989 23669363 mice died, which means that mice were born that year.