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If the grazing area per cattle is 6 by 6m, determine the carrying capacity of a rangeland with an area of 25,020m2?

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To determine the carrying capacity of the rangeland, we need to calculate how many cattle can graze in the given area.

First, we need to calculate the area required for one cattle:

Area per cattle = 6m x 6m = 36m2

Next, we need to calculate how many cattle can graze in the given rangeland area:

Carrying capacity = Total rangeland area / Area per cattle

Carrying capacity = 25,020m2 / 36m2

Carrying capacity ≈ 695.83

Therefore, the carrying capacity of the rangeland is approximately 695 cattle.

First, we need to calculate the area required for one cattle:

Area per cattle = 6m x 6m = 36m2

Next, we need to calculate how many cattle can graze in the given rangeland area:

Carrying capacity = Total rangeland area / Area per cattle

Carrying capacity = 25,020m2 / 36m2

Carrying capacity ≈ 695.83

Therefore, the carrying capacity of the rangeland is approximately 695 cattle.

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more than 4 weeks ago

Area of grazing area = 6m x 6m = 36m2

Number of grazing areas = Total area of rangeland / Area of each grazing area

Number of grazing areas = 25,020m2 / 36m2

Number of grazing areas = 695

Carrying capacity = Number of grazing areas

Carrying capacity = 695