How graphing is able to help predict future outcomes.
You will be learning about and reviewing various graphs. The study of graphing is able to help predict future outcomes to complex problems including population growth. Exercise 1 Procedure:Activity 1: Review the graphs and complete the questions. The graphs should be included in the results section, but the analysis should be included in the discussion section. N is a variable that is often used to reference the population. The Greek symbol ? is often used to indicate a change from final to initial. ? = Final – initial. N1 is the initial population. N2 is the final population. R = rate of change in the population per year. t = time in years. This assumesthat the graph is measuring time in years. ?N = N2 – N1 Activity3: Use the graph provided in the lab manual to answer the questions. Provide the table in the results section and answer the questions in the discussion section. Attached is a copy of the template of the digital notebook and the questions needing to be answered
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