---- Please hlep on ALL EXCERCISES on excel with each excersie on a separate tab. Thank You

**Pop 1 â Exponential Population Growth**

**Exercise #1** Begin with a continuously growing population of 9 individuals and an intrinsic rate of growth (r) of 0.33 per year. Project the growth of this population over the next 10 years.

**Exercise #2** Decrease r from 0.33 to 0.27 and repeat exercise 1. Include a graph showing the two population trajectories.

**Exercise #3** Assume that the population in exercise #1 has discrete as opposed to continuous population growth with Î» = 1.40. Project the growth of this population over the next 20 years.

**Exercise #4** If a continuously growing population contained 47 individuals in 2000 and 156 individuals in 2013, what is r?

**Exercise #5** How many years would be required for a continuously growing population of 19 individuals with r = 0.15 to increase to a size of 500 individuals?

**Exercise #6** What is the doubling time of a continuously growing population with an r = 0.007?

**Exercise #7** What is the probability of extinction for a species of rare bird with an initial population size of 180, b = 1.41, d = 1.39. What if there were only 30 birds to start?

**Exercise #8** Observations of an endemic salamander species in the Santa Cruz mountains have declined from 21 per transect in 1975 to 14 per transect in 2014. What is Î» for this discretely growing population?

**Equations**

t double = ln(2)/r

P(extinction) = (d/b)^N0

-------------------------------Please help out!!! Please do it on excel (upload it on excel) and have screenshots of it. Thank You!!!!!!-----------------------------

---- Please hlep on ALL EXCERCISES on excel with each excersie on a separate tab. Thank You

**Pop 1 â Exponential Population Growth**

**Exercise #1** Begin with a continuously growing population of 9 individuals and an intrinsic rate of growth (r) of 0.33 per year. Project the growth of this population over the next 10 years.

**Exercise #2** Decrease r from 0.33 to 0.27 and repeat exercise 1. Include a graph showing the two population trajectories.

**Exercise #3** Assume that the population in exercise #1 has discrete as opposed to continuous population growth with Î» = 1.40. Project the growth of this population over the next 20 years.

**Exercise #4** If a continuously growing population contained 47 individuals in 2000 and 156 individuals in 2013, what is r?

**Exercise #5** How many years would be required for a continuously growing population of 19 individuals with r = 0.15 to increase to a size of 500 individuals?

**Exercise #6** What is the doubling time of a continuously growing population with an r = 0.007?

**Exercise #7** What is the probability of extinction for a species of rare bird with an initial population size of 180, b = 1.41, d = 1.39. What if there were only 30 birds to start?

**Exercise #8** Observations of an endemic salamander species in the Santa Cruz mountains have declined from 21 per transect in 1975 to 14 per transect in 2014. What is Î» for this discretely growing population?

**Equations**

t double = ln(2)/r

P(extinction) = (d/b)^N0

-------------------------------Please help out!!! Please do it on excel (upload it on excel) and have screenshots of it. Thank You!!!!!!-----------------------------