Oh, right! Well, I assumed we just had to find the carrying capacity of the first population, because it said that it didn't interact directly or indirectly with the second population. So we just read the graph, then multiplied it by 2 because the graph only counted one of the sexes (I think it was males). I can't remember what number that resulted in, but it was one of the choices so we went with that.There were the 3 logistic growth curves at the top of the page, and it asked how many individuals of a certain population could co-exsist with a stable 135 of another population (135 was the second species' carrying capacity) in the same lab space. I said 900, because it appeared to be the carrying capacity of the first species, but the question didn't really make sense in its wording.