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a. According to the linear model, how many millions of

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Problem 3.1.73

a. According to the linear model, how many millions of words were in the federal tax code in 2005? b. According to the exponential model, how many millions of words were in the federal tax code in 2005? c. Which function is a better model for the data in 2005?

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Our​ “ecological footprint” ● Affluence incr. Consumption ● If everyone consumed the amount of resources the u.s does, we would need 4.5 Earths Environmental use has to be viable in terms of economics Ecosystem services :environ does all this cool stuff (like filtering water) What the environment provides for people Services include... 1. Nutrient cycling Katrina and Wetlands Chopped up wetlands so they couldn't back up levees during Katrina GDP​ (how much we make) and G ​ PI​ (how happy people are - Genuine Progress Indicator) Gaining more wealth, but we aren't becoming happier. A lot of this gain is at cost because of environment GDP will decr. Based on how severe climate changes Evolution and Ecology Vocab Species: A population or group of popula

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