What are the places where tigers multiply?
If eleven out of fourteen tigers have stripes and the rest don't what percent of tigers do not have stripes out of population of 120 tigers?
If 11 out of 14 have stripes, then 3 out of 14 don't. To convert to percent, divide 3 by 14 and then multiply by 100. Alternately multiply 3 by 100 and then divide by 14. That is 21.4 percent. If you want to apply that ratio to the entire population, lets go back to the 3/14. So multiply 120 by 3 and then divide by 14. That give 25.714, so you may have on…
If tigers went extinct there would be no more tigers on the planet. This means that boars and other prey of the tigers would be able to breed and multiply with less control from the predator. The extinction of tigers would be a huge loss for mankind and might also show that our ability to protect a species is sorely lacking.