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What happens in exponential growth as the population gets larger?

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What happens in exponential growth as the population gets larger?

Explanation:

In exponential growth, the population size will increase at a rate that corresponds to the size of the population getting larger. In reality, however, as the population gets larger, there tend to be factors that limit its growth, such as lack of food or space.

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Exponential growth will cause the population to grow faster as it gets larger, unless the growth is stopped by limits of some kind.

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