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2. Which statement best explains the effect of resources on population size?
a. the exponential growth curve models the effects of limiting resources on population size
b. Limited resources decrease the growth rate of population size
c. Densitydependent factors invariably lead to a positive DN
d. all of the above
B?
26. The relationship between population growth and resources can be described as
a. inverse; as one goes up the other goes down
b. parallel; when one goes up so does the other
c. complex; there are many contributing factors
d. equal; they both level off in any population
C?
11. Solar energy can be trapped in the atmosphere by
a. the chemical bonds of carbon dioxide
b. the chemical bonds of ozone
c. radiation
d. sunlight
Not sure...?
Thanks
MC
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