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Q: How do the terms linear population growth and exponential population growth differ in meaning?

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Exponential growth is the average amount of growth possible for a certain organism Exponential growth is the average amount of growth possible for a certain organism

remains constant

Exponential Growth is shown with a J-shaped curve. Logistic has an S-shape.

When the population is below carrying capacity

In order to have exponential growth there must be sufficient resources to thrive. The problem with exponential growth is that since the world is finite at some point there will be overpopulation.

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Exponential Growth: occurs when the individuals in a population reproduce at a constant rate.Logistic Growth: occurs when a population's growth slows or stops following a period of exponential growth around a carrying capacity.

Exponential growth

Exponential growth

The exponential model of population growth describes the idea that population growth expands rapidly rather than in a linear fashion, such as human reproduction. Cellular reproduction fits the exponential model of population growth.

Cubic Growth is x^a, a being some constant, while exponential growth is a^x. Exponential growth ends up growing MUCH faster than cubic growth.

Logistic growth and Exponential growth

Exponential growth.

Logistic growth and Exponential growth

Logistic growth and Exponential growth

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