Biology (11th Edition)

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Chapter 20 - Genes Within Populations - Figure 20.16 - Data Analysis: 1

Answer

The graph for absolute infant mortality should have the same shape as that for percent infant mortality.

Work Step by Step

This is the case since at any point on the curve, percent mortality is just absolute mortality divided by total population. Since a constant number is used as the divisor, the shape of the curve would be the same as the one already shown.
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