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One problem with all exponential growth models is that nothing can grow exponentially forever. Describe factors that might limit the size of a populat

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asked 2021-06-10
One problem with all exponential growth models is that nothing can grow exponentially forever. Describe factors that might limit the size of a population.

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2021-06-11
There are multiple factors that may limit the size of a population: land area, predators, diseases, lack of food.
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