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The number of bacteria cells, in millions, after t hours for a specific type of bacteria can be predicted using the general square root function B(t)=tB(t)=\sqrt{t}.

How many cells will there be after 9 hours? after 36 hours?

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Substitute tt with 99 and 3636 in function B2(t)B_2(t).

B2(9)=9+1=3+1=4B2(36)=36+1=6+1=7B_2(9)=\sqrt 9+1=3+1=4\\\\ B_2(36)=\sqrt{36}+1=6+1=7

So, there will be 4 million bacteria after 9 hours and 7 million after 36 hours.

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