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Populations can change in size when new members join the population or when members leave the population. What factors might have caused the decrease in deaths in year 1? What factors might have caused the decrease of births in year 4? Make sure to include such terms as limiting factors, birth rate, death rate, carrying capacity, immigration, and emigration.

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  1. This is referring to something that I do not have any knowledge of.

  2. Then you are not a real teacher then @bobpursley

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