# The population in Section 7.8, Exercise 40, where per capita production is a random variable with p.d.f. g(x) = 1.25 for 0.7 x 1.5. Can you explain the difference from the result in the previous problem? Use the normal approximation to test the above hypotheses about growing populations. In each case, habitat improvements are tried and the population

The population in Section 7.8, Exercise 40, where per capita production is a random variable with p.d.f. g(x) = 1.25 for 0.7 ≤ x ≤ 1.5. Can you explain the difference from the result in the previous problem?

Use the normal approximation to test the above hypotheses about growing populations. In each case, habitat improvements are tried and the population grows from 1 to 250 individuals in 50 years. Is there reason to think that the habitat improvements helped?

Use the normal approximation to test the above hypotheses about growing populations. In each case, habitat improvements are tried and the population grows from 1 to 250 individuals in 50 years. Is there reason to think that the habitat improvements helped?

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