# Immigrants arrive into and emigrate from population a for 20 years. What is the probability that the population grows if immigrants arrive over a period of 40 years? Why does it become larger? Consider again the populations in Section 7.8, Exercises 33-36. For each population, use the normal approximation to estimate the probability that the population is larger after the

Immigrants arrive into and emigrate from population a for 20 years. What is the probability that the population grows if immigrants arrive over a period of 40 years? Why does it become larger?

Consider again the populations in Section 7.8, Exercises 33-36. For each population, use the normal approximation to estimate the probability that the population is larger after the given periods of time.

Consider again the populations in Section 7.8, Exercises 33-36. For each population, use the normal approximation to estimate the probability that the population is larger after the given periods of time.

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