## (Answered) How do you calculate the mathematical constant in an Population Ecology equation

How do you calculate the mathematical constant in an Population Ecology equation like Nt = No ert?;Additional Requirements;Other Requirements: You can see if you want to predict N into the far future, using the Malthusian exponential equation will be time consuming. For predicting N into the future, we tend to prefer the continuous growth model where Nt=N0*ert. Using this equation, calculate the predicted population size after 5 time periods given that N0=50 and r=-0.2. Hint: e is a mathematical constant.
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