Question Solved1 Answer Need Help? Raud Tak to u Meter | 7. -11 points v SCALCLS1 8.5.022. My Notes Notes Ask Your Teacher Write the system of equations and construct the corresponding matrix model for the following exercise, Spotted owls were at the center of a debate between conservation biologists and the logging industry in the 1990s. Part of resolving the debate involved constructing a matrix model for their population. The owl population in year t can be divided into juveniles, subadults, and adults. Adults produce, on average, 0.33 juveniles each year. Approximately 60% of juveniles survive to be subadults the next year, while 71% of subadults survive to become adults. Approximately 94% of the adult population survives from one year to the next. L 6 393-8 It + 1 St +1 A: +1 11 Need H Lan, rood with submit answe am Scanner Submit Answer

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Transcribed Image Text: Need Help? Raud Tak to u Meter | 7. -11 points v SCALCLS1 8.5.022. My Notes Notes Ask Your Teacher Write the system of equations and construct the corresponding matrix model for the following exercise, Spotted owls were at the center of a debate between conservation biologists and the logging industry in the 1990s. Part of resolving the debate involved constructing a matrix model for their population. The owl population in year t can be divided into juveniles, subadults, and adults. Adults produce, on average, 0.33 juveniles each year. Approximately 60% of juveniles survive to be subadults the next year, while 71% of subadults survive to become adults. Approximately 94% of the adult population survives from one year to the next. L 6 393-8 It + 1 St +1 A: +1 11 Need H Lan, rood with submit answe am Scanner Submit Answer
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Transcribed Image Text: Need Help? Raud Tak to u Meter | 7. -11 points v SCALCLS1 8.5.022. My Notes Notes Ask Your Teacher Write the system of equations and construct the corresponding matrix model for the following exercise, Spotted owls were at the center of a debate between conservation biologists and the logging industry in the 1990s. Part of resolving the debate involved constructing a matrix model for their population. The owl population in year t can be divided into juveniles, subadults, and adults. Adults produce, on average, 0.33 juveniles each year. Approximately 60% of juveniles survive to be subadults the next year, while 71% of subadults survive to become adults. Approximately 94% of the adult population survives from one year to the next. L 6 393-8 It + 1 St +1 A: +1 11 Need H Lan, rood with submit answe am Scanner Submit Answer
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Qnee spotted ours........ to mext.Se(") Juxeniles t+1=0.33 adultsQubadults =60%=.60 JuvenilesAclults t+1=71% of subadult ... See the full answer