On the first day of spring, an entire field of flowering trees blossoms. The population of locusts consuming these flowers rapidly increases


On the first day of spring, an entire field of flowering
trees blossoms. The population of locusts consuming
these flowers rapidly increases as the trees blossom.
The relationship between the elapsed time, t, in days,
since the beginning of spring, and the total number of
locusts, Nday (t), is modeled by the following function:
t
Nday(t) = 300 – (1.2)
Every week, the number of locusts grows by a factor of [blank]


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