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7-35.

In order to plan for the future water supply, the average population of the world is needed. If the world population in 2000 was about 6.1 billion people, determine the average population of the earth during the following 30 years. Assume the population, in billions,

*t*years from 2000 is projected to be:*P*(*t*) = 6.1e^{0.014}Homework Help ✎^{t }

You are asked to determine the average value of *P*(*t*), given the *P*(*t*) function itself. Which variation of Average Value will you use?