The figure below shows a plan of a garden.
A student estimates the number of daisy plants growing on the lawn. The student places a quadrat at 10 different positions on the lawn. The quadrat measures 50 cm × 50 cm.
The student counts the number of daisy plants in each quadrat.

(c) The mean number of daisy plants in each quadrat is 6.

Calculate the number of daisy plants on the lawn.
Number of daisy plants on the lawn =
you need to find the area of the lawn or else you won't be able to do the question
idk how to do quadrats - do i need to know for paper 2 triple biology gcse?
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Original post by AJSM
idk how to do quadrats - do i need to know for paper 2 triple biology gcse?

Yes you need to know what it is, how it is used to measure the abundance of a particular plant species and how to use results to estimate number of a particular species in a given area
Original post by humble heroics
Yes you need to know what it is, how it is used to measure the abundance of a particular plant species and how to use results to estimate number of a particular species in a given area

ok, imma learn that during this half term, ty
Original post by AJSM
ok, imma learn that during this half term, ty

what are you using to revise?
Original post by humble heroics
what are you using to revise?

CGP revision guide
Original post by AJSM
CGP revision guide

use freesciencelessons and the specification also
Original post by humble heroics
use freesciencelessons and the specification also

ok, ty