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Unformatted text preview: interval = Births during time interval Deaths during time interval Now mathematically N = population size t = time period B = # of births 1/31/11 Population Growth Models: Exponential Growth We can rewrite the equation: / = -D Take B (average births) and convert it to the birth rate (avg. # of offspring produced per individual in population) Example: population of 1000 individuals has 34 births in one year, then the birth rate is 0.034 Do the same thing with D (average...
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