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Unome wrote:AlyssaJJ wrote:Will there be a question? And is it okay to use recourses like https://samedaypapers.com/custom-essays or only my knowlenge?
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Magikarpmaster629 wrote:Unome wrote:AlyssaJJ wrote:Will there be a question? And is it okay to use recourses like https://samedaypapers.com/custom-essays or only my knowlenge?
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You've been bamboozled Unome...the bots are getting so good the can fool the mods...
Entomology wrote:Welcome to the 2018 Ecology Question Marathon!
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The48thYoshi wrote:I guess I’ll give a question then.
Given a species is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and has two alleles, H and W, where the frequency of H is 32%, what proportion of the population is heterozygous HW?
knottingpurple wrote:The48thYoshi wrote:I guess I’ll give a question then.
Given a species is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and has two alleles, H and W, where the frequency of H is 32%, what proportion of the population is heterozygous HW?
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knottingpurple wrote:A population has 250 individuals at the start of a 3-year monitoring period. By the end of the monitoring period, 12 individuals emigrate from the population, 23 individuals join the population, 17 individuals die and 26 individuals are born. What is the average annual growth rate?
kate! wrote:knottingpurple wrote:A population has 250 individuals at the start of a 3-year monitoring period. By the end of the monitoring period, 12 individuals emigrate from the population, 23 individuals join the population, 17 individuals die and 26 individuals are born. What is the average annual growth rate?
The average annual growth rate is 0.08 (percent??? what's the units??)
knottingpurple wrote:kate! wrote:knottingpurple wrote:A population has 250 individuals at the start of a 3-year monitoring period. By the end of the monitoring period, 12 individuals emigrate from the population, 23 individuals join the population, 17 individuals die and 26 individuals are born. What is the average annual growth rate?
The average annual growth rate is 0.08 (percent??? what's the units??)
Close, but this occurred over a 3-year monitoring period, not a 1-year monitoring period. I didn't explicitly ask for a percentage, so you don't have to put one, but if you did want it in that format you would multiply by 100%, so, for instance, an 0.01 growth rate would be 1%.
(Also, I think people normally hide their answers, but honestly this is the first time I've participated in a question marathon too, so maybe somebody else would be more useful for explaining how to do that?)
kate! wrote:knottingpurple wrote:kate! wrote:
The average annual growth rate is 0.08 (percent??? what's the units??)
Close, but this occurred over a 3-year monitoring period, not a 1-year monitoring period. I didn't explicitly ask for a percentage, so you don't have to put one, but if you did want it in that format you would multiply by 100%, so, for instance, an 0.01 growth rate would be 1%.
(Also, I think people normally hide their answers, but honestly this is the first time I've participated in a question marathon too, so maybe somebody else would be more useful for explaining how to do that?)
You put in in thealso, can you explain how to figure it out over three years? do you divide everything by 3?
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The48thYoshi wrote:kate! wrote:knottingpurple wrote:
Close, but this occurred over a 3-year monitoring period, not a 1-year monitoring period. I didn't explicitly ask for a percentage, so you don't have to put one, but if you did want it in that format you would multiply by 100%, so, for instance, an 0.01 growth rate would be 1%.
(Also, I think people normally hide their answers, but honestly this is the first time I've participated in a question marathon too, so maybe somebody else would be more useful for explaining how to do that?)
You put in in thealso, can you explain how to figure it out over three years? do you divide everything by 3?
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Mathematically it should be the third root, as you are multiplying the annual growth rate to itself for each year to get to the growth rate of he third year. Idk tho
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