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What type of population dispersion pattern do people have in Europe? A. Random dispersion B. Uniform dispersion C. Scattered dispersion D. Clumped dispersion i know it is not (C)

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hmmm. I would say D. clumped. since a lot of populations are very close, but they remain pretty unique (I think)
What type of limiting factors have a greater impact on a population if the population density is greater? A. density independent limiting factors B. density neutral limiting factors C. density dependent limiting factors D. abiotic limiting factors
C. density dependent Those factors are dependent on density, so when you increase the density, you increase the factors, thereby increasing the limiting effect...

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What do you call a line graph that represents the percent of a population that survives at different ages? A. Death rate graph B. Birthrate graph C. Survivorship curve D. Growth curve
C. survivorship

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