a population p(t) is changing at a rate of P(t)=10,000e^(-t/4) with t in years. If the population is initially 80,000 at t=0, how large is the population as t--> + infinity
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The rate of change of a function is the first derivative of the function.
If p(t) is the population function, then `p'(t)=P(t)=10000e^(- t /4)`
To find the population function we integrate P(t) with...
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