### Graph, Model, Automobile Registrations, Researchers, Raccoons, MATH OUTCOMES Quiz

The key terms in this Mathematics course include Graph, Model, Automobile Registrations, Decimal, Researchers, Raccoons, Exponential Growth, Population, Annual Population Growth Factor, Rate, Combine Harvester, Depreciates, MATH OUTCOMES Quiz.

Consider the graph below:

Use the model to find the expected number of automobile registrations (in millions) for year 2,000.

Express you answer as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth.  Do not include units with your answer.

11.1

Researchers find that there are 76 raccoons on an island.  When they return a year later, they find that there are 651.  Assuming an exponential growth in population, what is the annual population growth factor for the raccoons?

8.57

It has been estimated that the population of Indianapolis is growing at a rate of 0.9% per year.  Assuming that population growth continues at this rate and the population of Indianapolis was 1,988,817 in January of 2016, estimate the expected population of Indianapolis in January of 2020.

2,061,387

A typical combine harvester sells for \$500,000.  If the value of the combine depreciates 5.6% each year, how many years will it take to lose half of it’s value?

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Consider the graph below:

Use the model to find the expected number of automobile registrations (in millions) for year 2,000.

Express you answer as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth.  Do not include units with your answer.

11.1

Researchers find that there are 76 raccoons on an island.  When they return a year later, they find that there are 651.  Assuming an exponential growth in population, what is the annual population growth factor for the raccoons?

8.57

It has been estimated that the population of Indianapolis is growing at a rate of 0.9% per year.  Assuming that population growth continues at this rate and the population of Indianapolis was 1,988,817 in January of 2016, estimate the expected population of Indianapolis in January of 2020.

2,061,387

A typical combine harvester sells for \$500,000.  If the value of the combine depreciates 5.6% each year, how many years will it take to lose half of it’s value?