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Mathematics, 07.11.2019 18:31, Alex4530

Imagine a predator–prey interaction in which a certain number of the prey...

Imagine a predator–prey interaction in which a certain number of the prey population cannot be eaten because of a refuge in their environment that the predator cannot enter. a. why might interaction terms like −s(p − w)q and v(p − w)q be reasonable in the modeling equations? explain what those interaction terms mean? b. what is the meaning of w? (what does the variable stand for? ) c. in a biologically realistic model, can p < w? why or why not?
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