Translucent Medd Equation

    The density of the Medd has a huge impact on the Herbivores’ diets. The denser they are, the less attractive they are to the big Medd eaters. So the derived density equation could be a very helpful tool in determining the planet’s most attractive eating grounds. In a short description, the more acid surrounding the Termit, the more translucent and tasty the Medd is. As you go farther and farther away from the Acid, the density of the Medd increases and thus becomes harder to eat. The equation used to determine the proportion of translucent plants to dense plants uses two variables: Acid and Medd. The two variables are joined with an error expenditure that can affect some of the translucent plants. The error variable is the number of total Zorkadum Herbivores living in that specific area. The independent variable is the quantity of translucent Medd, and the dependent variable is the between that area and the acid closest to it.

Translucent Medd Equation:

Y= Pounds of Translucent Medd in that Area
X= Distance between that location at the nearest Acid
u (error)= Number of Herbivores living in that region

Y= (10^2)X- 2.2 (u)
    The equation does a great job in indentifying the two variables that affect the abundance of Translucent Medd. As the Medd furthers away form the Acid, the pounds of Translucent Medd decrease as well. But as the number of Herbivores living in that area decreases, the pounds of Translucent Medd increase. The decrease in Herbivore numbers causes the Medd increase because fewer consumers are eating in that area. The importance of the X variable (the distance between that location and the nearest Acid) is more significant and reflected by the coefficient connected to it. The ‘u’ term is being multiplied by 2.2 when the X variable has a much more significant 100 attached to it. As the Medd gets closer to the Acid, the Translucent Medd becomes much more prevalent. The Translucent Medd increases at a higher rate with a one-unit change in decreased distance than it does with a one unit decrease in Herbivores living in that area.