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When population growth increases in an area, what is happening to the birth rate and age structure of that population? a. increasing birth rate with a greater number of young organisms b. increasing birth rate with a smaller number of old organisms c. increasing birth rate with a smaller number of young organisms d. increasing birth rate with a greater number of old organisms

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Birth rate is obviously increasing because the population is. That would mean there is more or less young organisms?

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