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Question 2) P t ert P t P 0 = ert In ( P P 0 t ) = In(ert) In( P P 0 t ) = In(e) × r × t In( P P 0 t ) = 1 × r × t In( P P 0 t ) t = r Page 1 of 20 = P 0 ________________ Question 3) Population growth for China P P t t 0 = = = 2014 1,364 1,337 − 2010 = 4 years r = In( t P P 0 t ) r = r = In( 1364 1337 4 ) r = 0.004998315325... r ≈ 0.0050 or 0.50% Therefore, average population growth rate for China between 2010 and 2014 is 0.0050 or 0.50%. Population growth rate for India P P t 0 = 1,295 = 1,230 t = 2014 − 2010 = 4 years r = In( t P P 0 t ) r = r = In( 1295 1230 4 ) r = 0.012874131... r ≈ 0.0129 or 1.29% Therefore, average population growth rate for India between 2010 and 2014 is 0.0129 or 1.29%. Page 2 of 20 ________________ Quest...
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