This is a system model of the growth of a population of bunnies. It tracks the number of bunnies
that are alive at each time step, and plots the results on a graph. Parameters in this model -
birth rate, carrying capacity, and competition - determine how quickly the bunnies reproduce and
their maximum population. When the model is run, it will display either exponential or asymptotic
growth, depending on the parameters chosen. A graph displays the size of both populations of
bunnies at each time step.

What can this Model be used to teach?

Understand the relationship between carrying capacity and steady-state population

Understand the relationship between competition and steady-state population