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Mathematics, 06.11.2020 21:10 humpty21

Two researchers are studying the decline of orangutan populations. In one study, a population of 784 orangutans is expected to decrease at a rate of 25 orangutans per year. In a second study, the population of a group of 817 orangutans is expected to decrease at a rate of 36 per year. After how many years will the two populations be the same? After 3 years they will be the same.

The two populations will be the same after

years.

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