Answer to Question #8532 in Algebra for christine brown
The population of Frisco is currently 494,290, and has been growing at a rate of 2.5% per year. If the growth rate continues until the population reaches 590,000 what is a reasonable domain?
Reasonable domain – is the set of all possible values of independent variable that make sense for the given situation. In this case Reasonable domain is interval between currently population and maximum population [494,290; 590,000] including all meanings of 2, 5 % increasing per year.