Question: using the us census bureau data and projections to 2050...
Using the U.S. census Bureau data (and projections to 2050), the percent of the U.S. population that is Black B(x) and Hispanic H(x) can be described by
B(x)= 0.057x + 12.3
H(x)= 0.224x + 9.01
Where x is the number of years past 1990.
(a) In what year were the percents of there groups equal? What was the percent of each?
(b) Do these models indicate that there were more Blacks or more Hispanics in 2012?