# biology

if immigration and emigration numbers remain equal, which of these could cause a slowed growth rate?
a. increased birthrate
b. constant death rate
c. decreased birthrate****
d. constant birthrate

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1. I agree.

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5. C

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5. 1. If immigration and emigration numbers remain equal, decreased birth rate could cause a slowed growth rate. Decreased means that something is getting lower, so I guess that means that growth rate is also being slower than usual.
3. As resources in a population become less available the population reaches carrying capacity. Carrying capacity has to do with the total number of entities in a population.
4. When the exponential phase of logistic growth curve of a population ceases, population growth begins to slow down. When something ceases, it stops, which means that other processes also stop or become slower.
5. The most likely reason that a population of mice in a farming area suddenly increases is that more food is available as grain is harvested. This means that there is more food for mice as well, which is why they tend to settle in these areas.

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8. idk is right :D

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idk is right, thanks

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10. C D C C C
Those are still correct

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