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1. ### Quick math question

When I was younger I think we were introduced to logs by having a small blue book filled with numbers. Can anyone else remember that book? p.s. I'm sure we did logs when we were about 12-13 or so.
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Hah, I'm old. Leave me alone :cry: Mmmm, the crossover occurs in the later part of 168 so the year would be 2169 (I think)
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You can also do it by the trial and error method For Newfoundland : 533800*(1-0.006)^t => 533800*(0.994)^t For PEI: 138500*(1+0.002)^t => 138500*(1.002)^t Start with t+0 (t equals the number of years elapsed) and start jumping: when t=20 Newfoundland=476123.8 & PEI=143858.8 which is...
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11th grade: that's 16yrs old? Is that the equivalent of O levels (GCSE's)
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It's been many years since I've done stuff like this but isn't it the same sort of calculation as working out compound interests? Create a graph with the decreasing population of Newfoundland represented using one colour and then do the same for Labrador. Where the line cross is where they...