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You can model the populace of a particular city in between the years 1955 and 1955 by the radical duty 0 votes

You have the right to model the populace of a particular city in between the years 1955 and also 1955 through the radical function:

P (x) = 3 sqrt x-1940

Using this model, in what year was the population of the city 290,000?

A. 1986

B. 1988

C. 1992

D. 1982

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Given that populace of a certain city is offered by radical function

p(x) = 3 sqrt x - 1940

To discover which year the population will be 290,000

p(x) = 290,000

3 sqrt x - 1940 = 290,000

3 sqrt x = 290,000 + 1940

3 sqrt x = 291,940

sqrt x = 291,940 /3

sqrt x = 97313.33

x = (97313.33)^2

x = 9469884779.5689