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• ### Population project

1. 1. Population ProjectBy Alex Holt
2. 2. Introduction I STARTED OUT WITH MY CITY OF ROCHESTER. I THENPICKED TWO POINTS TO START MY EQUATION. THIS IS THE LOGARITHMIC EQUATION.
3. 3. Graphing MY GRAPH STARTS AT ZERO AND THEN INCREASES TO 332 THOUSAND IN 1950. AFTER THAT STARTS AND CONTINUES TO DECREASE TO 210 THOUSAND IN 2010.THE TWO POINTS I PICKED WERE THE FIRST AND LAST.
4. 4. WorkPREDICTION: 232, 392
5. 5. Introduction I STARTED OUT WITH MY CITY OF ROCHESTER. I THEN PICKED TWO POINTS TO START MY EQUATION. THIS IS THE QUADRATIC EQUATION.
6. 6. Graphing THE TWO POINTS I PICKED WERE THE FIRST AND LAST. MY GRAPH STARTS AT ZERO AND THENINCREASES TO 332 THOUSAND IN 1950.AFTER THAT STARTS AND CONTINUES TO DECREASE TO 210 THOUSAND IN 2010.
7. 7. Work PREDICTION: 134,080
8. 8. IntroductionI STARTED OUT WITH MY CITY OFROCHESTER. I THEN PICKED TWOPOINTS TO START MY EQUATION. THIS IS THE EXPONENTIAL EQUATION.
9. 9. Graphing MY GRAPH STARTS AT ZERO AND THEN INCREASES TO 332 THOUSAND IN 1950. AFTER THAT STARTS AND CONTINUES TO DECREASE TO 210 THOUSAND IN 2010. THE TWO POINTS I PICKED WERE THE FIRST AND LAST.
10. 10. Work PREDICTION: 303,076
11. 11. Differences