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ISBN: 9781305108042
Textbook Problem

# Population growth The rate of growth of the population of a city is predicted to be d p d t = 1000 t 1.08 where p is the population at time t and t is measured in years from the present. Suppose that the current population is 100,000. What is the predicted(a) rate of growth 5 years from the present?(b) population 5 years from the present?

(a)

To determine

To calculate: The rate of growth of population of 5 years from present if the rate of growth of population of a city is predicted to be dpdt=1000t1.08.

Explanation

Given Information:

The rate of growth of population of a city is predicted to be,

dpdt=1000t1.08

Here, p is the population at time t and is measured in years from present.

Calculation:

Consider, the rate of growth of population of a city, dpdt=1000t1.08

Here p is the population at time t and is measured in years from present

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The population 5 years from present if the rate of growth of population of a city is predicted to be dpdt=1000t1.08.

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