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HiKindly see attached file. It has the answer to all the questions except for number 9 which I need your exact data. I'll provide you with the answer once you upload them :)Best regards,Carmen

LABORATORY EXERCISE QUESTIONS

~~1.

a. The three randomly selected segments are A1, B3 and C1.

b. The grid A1 has 4 turtles, the grid B3 has 3 turtles and the grid C1 has 3 turtles.

Taking this into account, the total random sample of the three grids has 10 turtles.

c. Taking the above result into account, the average number of turtles in this sample is

of 10/3 = 3.3 turtles/grid

d. The total count of turtles in the population is of 27. Taking this into account, the

average number of turtles per grid is of 27/9 = 3 turtles/grid

~~2.

After having done the previous exercise I have been able of understanding that

biologists use sampling because it is much easier to estimate the population of a given

organism rather than having to count the whole population. Even while counting the

population would be relatively easy when counting plan...