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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 $B(t)=\sqrt{t}$.

The scientist studied a different type of bacteria and found that the number of cells after t hours is double that of the original bacteria. Write a function describing the number of cells of these bacteria over time.

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1 of 2To double the number of original bacteria, we have to multiply the output of original function by 2.

This means that the function that describes the number of cells of these bacteria is:

$B_3(t)=2B(t)\\\\ B_3(t)=2\sqrt t$

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