Suppose on November 3rd, 2022, a new bacteria infecting 4 trees was…

Suppose on November 3rd, 2022, a new bacteria infecting 4 trees was discovered. Suppose every infected tree infects 3 additional trees per day. Let N(t) denote the number of infected trees t days after Nov. 3rd, so N(0) = 4, N(1) = 4+12=16, etc. At least when the vast majority of trees are uninfected, we can model the spread of this bacteria using an exponential growth model. Assuming this, on what date will there be more than 1000 trees infected?
a.November 20th
b.November 13th
c.November 10th
d.November 7th

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