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  1. mom.
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    My prediction is that with reinforcement occurring, you'll eventually end up with no hybrids, and thus no hybrid zone. Species A and B might both move into what was formerly the hybrid zone. Or one or the other might. Or the former hybrid zone might end up devoid of squirrels.

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    https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20121026085709AArJS6Y

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    The easiest way to think of this is to picture a vertical line on a graph. The x-value will always stay the same, and the y-value could be anything, assuming the line goes on forever. [ Therefore, the only thing you really need to know is what the x-value is. Since the line is vertical, the x-value will be the same at each and every point on the line, including the one given. Therefore, the equation of the line would be x=3. (Since that is the x-coordinate of that point) let the slope of line be x and coordinates of another point on it be x-5,y-5 and the given point be x,y y-5-y=m (x-5-x) y-5-1=m (x-5-3) ]

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    i can help only this much :(

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    Ok, thanks.

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