anonymous
  • anonymous
weather conditions and the interdependence of animal species sometimes produce periodic fluctuations in animal populations . suppose the rabbit population in the national forest is at a minimum of approximately 4000 rabbits in January. by july, the population reaches a maximum of about 12500. it returns to a low of around 4000 in the following January, completing the annual cycle.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
a. make a plot of the rabbit population for a two year period, starting January. b. what is the amplitude and period of your graph c. how is your population of the rabbit populations as a function of time similar to and different from the graph of y = cos (x) and y = sin (x)
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://gyazo.com/2254aa9523d1ebf43deb6683da58ce6b.png
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thank you so much for your help @FutureMathProfessor

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almost forgot :) @futuremathprofessor

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