Q: Why is the number of elephants decreasing?

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It is a number sequence increasing or decreasing (depending on your viewpoint) by 0.75 between numbers.

Each number is decreasing by half.

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That depends on what the number is which you are decreasing by. It is a number less than or equal to 12. Beyond that nothing more can be said without further information.

If 22 is the result of decreasing a number by 2 then that number was 24. If 24 is four times the original number, we can get the original number by dividing 24/4 = 6 Th original number was 6.

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Emission of an alpha particle.

Mortality rates (the number of people who die per number of cases) is decreasing, folowing advances in medicine and the rapid decline of cigarette smoking.

The number of icebergs varies from year to year, but overall it is decreasing due to rising global temperatures which are causing glaciers and ice shelves to melt at an accelerated rate.

You must give me more information to answer this question. I do not know what number you are talking about.

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