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tammy16
 2 years ago
Look at the graph. What would the population size at zero population growth?
A. Zero
B. 520,000
C. 256,000
D. 194,000
tammy16
 2 years ago
Look at the graph. What would the population size at zero population growth? A. Zero B. 520,000 C. 256,000 D. 194,000

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DylanJC
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I would say at 520,000 since that is at the maximum point. (in calculus we learn that the rate of change of a function is zero at a max or min) So the rate of population change is zero at the maximum.
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