## 1. Exponential Population Growth

### 1.1. Carrrying Capacity

### 1.2. Limiting factors

1.2.1. Density Dependent

1.2.2. a biological species in an environment

1.2.3. processes occur when population growth

1.2.4. Density Independent[

1.2.5. factor limiting the size of a population

### 1.3. is a variable of a system

## 2. Exponential Population Growth

### 2.1. population

### 2.2. a group of individuals that belong to the same

### 2.3. population pyramid

### 2.4. a model used in population geography

### 2.5. doubling

### 2.6. the number of years needed to double a population

### 2.7. growth rate rate of decrease of a population

### 2.8. slope

## 3. Exponential Population Growth

### 3.1. logistic growth model

3.1.1. A logistic function or logistic curve is a common "S" shape, with equation

### 3.2. Linear Growth

3.2.1. Suppose that the town has a fixed increase in population

### 3.3. constant growth

3.3.1. The formula for the present value of a stock

### 3.4. density-dependent limiting factors

3.4.1. effects on the size or growth of the population vary with the population density

### 3.5. density-independent limiting factors

3.5.1. of a population whose effect is not dependent on the number of individuals in the population.

## 4. Exponential Population Growth

### 4.1. species richness

4.1.1. is the number of different species represented in an ecological community, landscape or region.

### 4.2. species evenness

4.2.1. refers to how close in numbers each species in an environment

### 4.3. population

4.3.1. Fund designated 12 October 1999 as the approximate day on which world

### 4.4. graphic models

4.4.1. conditional dependence structure between random variables.

### 4.5. population pyramid

4.5.1. graphical illustration that shows the distribution of various age groups in a population,