Nathaniel HicksLab Report 1FW-401Introduction: In this report, we will plot three separate graphs following morphological measurements given to us by the class instructor. These measurements were taken by an unknown third party, and sampled Illinois waters off of Lake Michigan. With this lab, we will describe the differences and relationships between linear and exponential functions.In this exercise, it will be determined whether there is a linear or curvilinear relationship between sample measurements of twenty-five Perca flavescenns. We want to plot the given measurements on handed out paper graphs, and place lines of best fit to determine what types of functions we are dealing with. This will allow us to what is happening to this sample size overtime.Method:For this lab we were given an allotment of data from a sample size of twenty-five Perca flavescenns. A total of three measurements were taken of each fish: Total length, Weight, and Cleithrum length.