Unformatted text preview: proximately binomial with mean and standard deviation μ = p d N and σ = r Np d (1p d ) [Hint: p d changes every day!] 4. Use all this data to compute the number of animals on each day for a year. You can pick any starting population you like. I used 100. 5. Graph your data. It should look fairly jagged, particularly over the last half of the year. But the jaggedness should hover around 250. 6. Copy the Day 2 Population cell and paste it back in the same cell. This will cause all the random numbers to reset. You can watch the eFect of this by watching the graph when you click “Paste”. 1...
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 Fall '08
 DougBullock
 Math, Statistics, Normal Distribution, Standard Deviation, Probability theory, actual numbers

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