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Which type of population growth is shown in this graph?
HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP Which type of population growth is shown in this graph?

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  • This would be a logistic growth.
  • Answer:

    The answer is B logistic

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Limited growth doesnt exist. Linear growth indicates that population increases in a constant rate all the time. However in the graph, population groth tends to decrease. In an exponential type of growth, population increases to an exponent or power constantly ( for example 3^x ) but in the graph, population growth tends to be lower.

    Logistic types of growth are represented by functions where the rate of growth tends to have an upper limit to which the function becomes stable or constant usually representing a restriction ( as happens in biology with animal populations). As this is the case , the groth is logistic.

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