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Suppose you are studying a population of sunflowers growing in a small field. How would you determine the population density of sunflowers in a square meter of the field and in the entire field? Describe your procedure.

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    mark off a square meter, or better, do it at five locations, then count the flowers in each area. Then take the average.

    For the entire field,
    1) assign the counting to your stupid brother, or

    2) determine the area of the field, and multiply by the population density.

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