The graphs in Figures 2.29 and 2.30 show the population (in thousands) of a certain animal in two different reserves, reserve A and reserve B.
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The graphs in Figures 2.29 and 2.30 show the population (in thousands) of a certain animal in two different

reserves, reserve A and reserve B. In each case, the horizontal axis represents the number of years since observation began. 

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In Figures 2.31 and 2.32 are two graphs of population growth rates. Let's call them growth rate I and growth rate II. One of the graphs of growth rate describes the population in reserve A, and the other describes the population in reserve B. Which is which? For each reserve, how would one explain how the graph of population is related to the appropriate graph of growth rate.


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