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1 Quiz of CAL1201b-01 Name (print): Student #: You have to show your work ! Use the back if you run out of space. 1. A lab has a group of young rats, adult female rats and adult male rats to be used for experiments. There are 23 rats in all. The rats consumes 376 g of food and 56.9 ml water each day. Suppose that young rats consumes 12 g of food and 2 ml water each day. The corresponding values for an adult...

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1 Quiz of CAL1201b-01 Name (print): Student #: You have to show your work ! Use the back if you run out of space. 1. A lab has a group of young rats, adult female rats and adult male rats to be used for experiments. There are 23 rats in all. The rats consumes 376 g of food and 56.9 ml water each day. Suppose that young rats consumes 12 g of food and 2 ml water each day. The corresponding values for an adult female are 16 and 2.5, and for an adult male are 20 and 2.8. The lab technician needs to gure out many how young rats, adult females, and adult males are there? Dene your variables and then set up the linear system that you could use to solve this problem. Do not solve it. 2. The Leslie matrix of a bird population is A = 1.2 2.5 . In year 1, the hatching population is 240, 0.8 0.8 and the adult po...

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