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Q: What is the difference between population density and population growth?

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The difference between the two is 'population growth' if it is a positive number or 'population decline' if it is negative.

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Inverse population density is when the population density decreases, the population growth rate also decreases. This is opposite to density dependent because here the population growth rate decreaes as population density increases.

The difference between the two is 'population growth' if it is a positive number or 'population decline' if it is negative.

population growth means the population gets bigger and bigger

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