Exponential:

1. Write the equation for exponential growth? (Define each part).

N= population size

R= Growth Rate

N= Dn/Dt

2. In a “stable” population, the growth rate: Constant

3. What does “d” mean in this equation? Charge in

4. How could you easily find the value of an exponential growth curve? Entering the initial numbers and the value of growth into a formula.

5. Why is exponential growth also called a “J-shaped” curve? By the shape.

6.What is the algebraic solution to exponential growth? N(t) = N(1+R)^+

7. In exponential growth, “Is the sky the limit?” What are some of the factors that inhibit population growth? In exponential growth it wouldn't be all the time continue growing because sometimes there can be ways to stop it. The factors are food, water, and land.

1. Write the equation for exponential growth? (Define each part).

N= population size

R= Growth Rate

N= Dn/Dt

2. In a “stable” population, the growth rate: Constant

3. What does “d” mean in this equation? Charge in

4. How could you easily find the value of an exponential growth curve? Entering the initial numbers and the value of growth into a formula.

5. Why is exponential growth also called a “J-shaped” curve? By the shape.

6.What is the algebraic solution to exponential growth? N(t) = N(1+R)^+

7. In exponential growth, “Is the sky the limit?” What are some of the factors that inhibit population growth? In exponential growth it wouldn't be all the time continue growing because sometimes there can be ways to stop it. The factors are food, water, and land.

Logistic:

1. What is N? The population size

2. What is R? The growth rate.

3. What did Darwin realize about elephants and their reproductive rate? Darwin realize that elephants can reproduce slowly.

4. What is K? The carrying capacity which the maxium population an ecosystem can support.

6. For logistic growth, what changes from exponential growth? K is added to the exponential growth equation,

7. What happens if r is bigger than 0? It represent the exponential growth.

8. What is an r selected species? Give an example. R are the species that always grow quick. For example, Pytoplankton without the fishes.

9. What is a K selected species? Give an example. K are the species that care for their offspring. For example, lizards.

10. What kind of selected species are humans? Humans are K since we care for our child.

1. What is N? The population size

2. What is R? The growth rate.

3. What did Darwin realize about elephants and their reproductive rate? Darwin realize that elephants can reproduce slowly.

4. What is K? The carrying capacity which the maxium population an ecosystem can support.

*5.*What is the equation for exponential growth (j shaped curve)? R=DN/DT6. For logistic growth, what changes from exponential growth? K is added to the exponential growth equation,

7. What happens if r is bigger than 0? It represent the exponential growth.

8. What is an r selected species? Give an example. R are the species that always grow quick. For example, Pytoplankton without the fishes.

9. What is a K selected species? Give an example. K are the species that care for their offspring. For example, lizards.

10. What kind of selected species are humans? Humans are K since we care for our child.