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Section Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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If s ( t ) represents the size of the universe in billions of light-years at time t years since the big bang and lim t → + ∞ s ( t ) = 130 , 000 , , is it possible that the universe will continue to expand forever?

To determine

Whether it is possible that the universe will continue to expand forever if the given limit is limt+S(t)=130,000 in which the function S(t) represents the size of the universe in billions of light years at time t years after the big bang.

Explanation

Given Information:

The limit is limt+S(t)=130,000 in which the function S(t) represents the size of the universe in billions of light years at time t years after the big bang.

Consider the function, S(t) which represents the size of the universe in billions of light years at time t years after the big bang

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