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Trout modeling example

By Suzanne Lenhart

NIMBioS; University of Tennessee

This is an open-ended modeling example using difference equations and Algebra II skills.

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Version 1.0 - published on 26 Oct 2018 doi:10.25334/Q4672C - cite this

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The example is an open-ended modeling exercise for students with Algebra II skills.

The students are asked to a build a model with difference equations (like recursively defined sequences with time steps).

The scenario is stocking a lake with trout.  The students should decide the details of the scenario

and see how the trout population changes over time.

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