TJ SIS Math Problem 2017
Students were given the following problem: You have a population of 1000 penguins. 500 pairs produce one chick per pair. At the end of each year there is a loss of 20% of the total population. Figure out how many penguins there will be at the end of seven years. Develop a formula that solves the problem.
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