## In 2001, the population of deer in Strongsville’s metro park was 285 deer within a 1500 square meter area. That same year the birthrat

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In 2001, the population of deer in Strongsville’s metro park was 285

deer within a 1500 square meter area. That same year the birthrate was 56

and the death rate was 46. What was the population density at the end of

the year?*

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Answer:0.1967 deers / m2

Step-by-step explanation:The inicial population of deer in the park was 285. Then, there were 56 births and 46 deaths, so the new population of deer is:

Population = 285 + 56 – 46 = 295 deers

To calculate the population density, we just need to divide the population by the area of the park:

Population density = 295 / 1500 = 0.1967 deers / m2