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## What is the equation that expresses the rate of change within a population?

P – 25500 = m(t-0). The slope, m, is given by the change in population divided by the change in time: m = (18200-25500)/(10-0). For part b, once you have the equation P = mt+b, you can compute P(t=15) to find population in 2016.

## How do you do directly proportional equations?

The direct proportion formula says if the quantity y is in direct proportion to quantity x, then we can say y =kx, for a constant k. y=kx is also the general form of the direct proportion equation. where, k is the constant of proportionality.

## Which resistance is proportional to the square of speed?

Air Resistance

u=V0cosα.

## What do you square to get 81?

81 is a perfect square number and it is the fourth power of 3….Square of 81: 81² = 6,561.

1. | What Is the Square Root of 81? |
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2. | Is Square Root of 81 Rational or Irrational? |

3. | How to Find the Square Root of 81? |

4. | Important Notes on Square Root of 81 |

5. | Challenging Questions |

## What does inversely proportional to the square mean?

In science, an inverse-square law is any scientific law stating that a specified physical quantity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of that physical quantity.

## How do you write the equation for population growth?

The formula for population growth is P(r,t,f)=Pi(1+r)tf P ( r , t , f ) = P i ( 1 + r ) t f where Pi represents initial population, r is the rate of population growth (expressed as a decimal), t is elapsed time, and f is the period over which time population grows by a rate of r .

## What is population growth give its formula equation?

Putting It All Together. We can write a simple equation to show population growth as: Change in Population Size = (Births + Immigration) – (Deaths + Emigration) Expressing Population Changes as a Percentage.

## How do you calculate proportionate?

What is the Formula for Percent Proportion? The Formula for Percent Proportion is Parts /whole = percent/100. This formula can be used to find the percent of a given ratio and to find the missing value of a part or a whole.