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FAB

Exercise Questions and Case Study

Chapter 2

1). If three customers arrived to a supermarket in the morning at 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00 am respectively, they took 10, 20 and 30 minutes in separate counters. Calculate C1, C2, C3.

2). Calculate the Average Interarriaval time of t1 (12:10), t2(12:30), t3 (12:50), and t4(12:58).

3). Apply Predator-Prey simulation Model for calculating the “Rate of change of the prey population”

if r=10, X(t)=200, a=10 and y(t)=180.

4). Use the Predator-Prey simulation Model for finding the Rate of change of the Predator population with s=5, X(t)=200, b=5 and y(t)=180.

Case Study: Investigating a Predator-Prey Relationship

In this case study you will investigate one of the most famous sets of data ever collected on a predator-prey relationship......

Chapter 2

1). If three customers arrived to a supermarket in the morning at 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00 am respectively, they took 10, 20 and 30 minutes in separate counters. Calculate C1, C2, C3.

2). Calculate the Average Interarriaval time of t1 (12:10), t2(12:30), t3 (12:50), and t4(12:58).

3). Apply Predator-Prey simulation Model for calculating the “Rate of change of the prey population”

if r=10, X(t)=200, a=10 and y(t)=180.

4). Use the Predator-Prey simulation Model for finding the Rate of change of the Predator population with s=5, X(t)=200, b=5 and y(t)=180.

Case Study: Investigating a Predator-Prey Relationship

In this case study you will investigate one of the most famous sets of data ever collected on a predator-prey relationship......