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There was a demographic study conducted for the past five years on the deer populations of Island A and Island B.

Five years ago, each Island started off with a deer population of 10, and there has been no immigration or emigration of that deer population. After five years, Island A has a deer population of 10, and Island B has a deer population of 100.

What information do you expect to be in the demographic study ​of the deer populations of Island A and Island B?

A

The birthrate and death rate on Island B over the past five years has to be equal. The birthrate has to be greater than the death rate on Island A.

B

The birthrate and death rate on Island A over the past five years has to be equal. The birthrate has to be greater than the death rate on Island B.

C

The birthrate and death rate on Island A over the past five years has to be equal. The death rate has to be greater than the birthrate on Island B.

D

The birthrate has to be greater than the death rate over the past five years on Island A. The birthrate has to be greater than the death rate on Island B.