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7 June, 14:27

The population density of ground crickets at oldmill farm is about 15 per square meter. assuming that the crickets are randomly distributed, about how many crickets would you expect to find in a rectangular section of land that is 6 meters * 2 meters?

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  1. 7 June, 15:48
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    180 crickets. Find the total area and multiply the square meters by 15. Because population density is an average we assume there would be 15 in each square meter. 6*2 = 12. 12*15 = 180
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