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Unformatted text preview: * a the natural growth rate of rabbits in the absence of predators; * b the death rate of rabbits due to predation (the number of encounters between foxes and rabbits is assumed to be proportional to the both the number of rabbits and foxes); * c the natural death rate of the foxes in the absence of food; * d the rate of increase of foxes due to encounters with the rabbits. Before you visit the AiM server, how do you think the populations of rabbits and foxes will fare in the course of time talk it over with your neighbour or tutor?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course MATH 1711 taught by Professor Dru.picchini during the Spring '11 term at Durham.
 Spring '11
 DrU.Picchini
 Linear Equations, Equations

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