49. In \( 1991 \) , the moose population in a park was measured to be \( 4,360 \) . By \( 1999 \) , the population was measured again to be \( 5,880 \) . Assume the population continues to change linearly. a. Find a formula for the moose population, \( P \) since \( 1990 \) . b. What does your model predict the moose population to be in \( 2003 \) ?
The first three terms of a sequence are given. Round to the nearest thousandth (if necessary).
\( 8,40,200 , \ldots \)
Find the \( 10 \) th term.
(1) q) Put \( S \) above any dash that represents subtraction, \( N \) above any dash that represents negative and \( O \) above any dash that represents opposite. NOTE: You only need to give one answer if more than one answer is possible for a dash.
\( - ( 2 - ( - 3 ) ) - ( - 4 + ( - 2 ) ) + 4 ( - 5 ) + ( - ( - 3 ) )\)