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  1. The bee population when it was first measured is 500.
  2. Yes, the bee population growing by the same factor each week. This is because it is getting tripled each week. week 0 - 500 bees ; week 1 - 1,500 bees, week 2 - 4,500 bees ; week 3 - 13,500 bees.
  3. The equation which best describes this exponential growth is p = 500 \cdot (3)^{t} where p is the population and t is the time in weeks.



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