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A small country in Europe has been experiencing population growth that can be modeled by the equation y=120,000(1.042)^x where y is the population of the country and x is the number of years since 2010.

What is the percent change in the population of the country each year?

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A small country in Europe has been experiencing population growth that can be modeled by the equation y=120,000(1.042)^x where y is the population of the country and x is the number of years since 2010.

What is the percent change in the population of the country each year?

Answer

The percentage searched is 4.2% If you multiply some value to 1.042 this means that you are adding 4.2 % See in the expression of formula that appears just the cited "1.042"

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