The population of the forest is falling rapidly!
Wow I can not imagine why
I need to figure out the rate at which this population is decreasing
Ever heard of PERT?
It is quite simple, A is the final amount, P is the original amount, r, is the rate at which it is growing/shrinking, and t is the time in years.
About how many animals are in the forest now?
About 1 million dying at a rate of 7 percent each year.
Alright so,the equation would be A=1,000,000^(-.07)(t). Just plug in your year for t and that's your math
You should become a teacher instead of killing these animals
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