Data Analysis Create a graph that tracks the changes in the prey populations

Data analysis create a graph that tracks the changes

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Data Analysis: Create a graph that tracks the changes in the prey population’s colors. generation1 generation2 generation3 generation4 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Preys Population Colors red green blue yellow orange Conclusion: Be sure to answer the following reflection questions in the conclusion of your lab report:
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Reflection questions need to be answered using complete sentences . Some questions may require a longer explanation in paragraph form . How do the original and surviving prey populations compare? The original surviving prey were completely random. Yellow had much more surviving prey than the other colors. How did the colors of each type of prey affect its population size over time? The colors of each type of prey were taken out randomly representing “natural selection.” Although, green and yellow blended in with their surroundings making it harder for them to get picked out. What color(s) seemed to camouflage the best in this habitat? What color(s) seemed to stand out the most? Green and yellow seemed to camouflage best with the habitat. Red and blue stood out the most. How do you predict the data would change if you continued? Explain your answer. If I continued, I predict that green and yellow would continue to remain the most in their habitat because of their camouflage abilities.
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