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Betty asks…

What may occur when there are many niches to be filled in an environment?

What may occur when there are many niches to be filled in an environment?

A. adaptive radiation
B. mutation
C. population genetics
D. genetic equilibrium

New Niche Finder answers:

A. Adaptive radiation – eg, Darwin’s finches.

Joseph asks…

Where is the sound concentrated after reflection from the back wall of the niche?

A large church has a niche in one wall. On the floor plan it appears as a semicircular indentation of radius 2.95 m. A worshiper stands on the center line of the niche, 2.14 m out from its deepest point, and whispers a prayer.

Where is the sound concentrated after reflection from the back wall of the niche? Answer in units of m.

New Niche Finder answers:

The niche acts like a concave mirror of R=2.95 m
then object distance = 2.14 m
the object is on the principal axis
so we have to apply mirror formula to get the image distance
(1/v) + (1/u) = (2/R)

here
R= -2.95 m
u = -2.14 m

substituting the values we get
v= -4.7466 m

thus the image is formed at a distance of 4.74 m from the mirror
ie, the sound is concentrated at a distance of 4.74 m
assume the source as a point source
and draw adiagram to understand better

Sandy asks…

What is a good niche to make money from as an affiliate?

I would like to find a genuine opportunity to make an honest income as an affiliate. Which niche has a hungry market with willing buyers but which is not too competitive?

New Niche Finder answers:

Hi John H,

The first step in finding your own niche is to think of areas of your own life that you have a personal interst in. What are you hobbies? What do you like to talk about with your friends? What products do you yourself buy?

This is the best method because not only will it give you potential niche markets, but it will also give you areas that you yourself have an interest in. This is extremely important, because I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand writing about things I have no interest in.

To be able to to market as an affiliate, you have to be able to create enough interest in something, that someone wants to buy it. You will defiantly not be able to do so, unless you are personally passionate about the thing you are attempting to sell.

For example, lets say you are an avid Muay Thai kickboxer. Muay Thai would be a great example of a potential niche. You love training in it, you know everything there is to know about Muay Thai. You would be able to write long, in depth sales letters, blogs and reviews about Muay Thai products, and so would make the most money.

Another example, may be snow boarding. It is another great niche idea, but perhaps you have no interest, or no knowledge about snow boarding whatsoever. Could you really see yourself writing about it? Or even having any passion at all when you are attempting to sell it?

Identifiying niches is a skill you must learn, just like any other. Perhaps you should invest some time, and some money into building up your skill, so that you may be able to quickly and effectively identify niches, and exploit them.

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Good luck my friend!

Robert asks…

A teacher is explaining to her students the difference between an organism’s habitat and its niche. Which exam?

*A habitat is the student’s house, while her niche is the activities that she partakes in within her house.
*A habitat is the role the student occupies within her neighborhood, while her niche is her community.
*A habitat is the student’s role within her family, while her niche is her family’s role in the neighborhood.
*A habitat is the student’s neighborhood, while her niche is her family.

New Niche Finder answers:

A habitat is the student’s house, while her niche is the activities that she partakes in within her house

Thus if she dies (aka extinct), her death will affect the “ecosystem” around her. Eg: her little bro will get more attention (the prey the organism feeds on will increase in number)

Thomas asks…

What is the niche of a snapping turtle and a dragonfly?

I need to know the niche of a snapping turtle and also a dragonfly for a science project. I can’t seem to find it ANYWHERE. Thanks..
Btw, a niche is the job of the animal in the habitat ie consumer, producer etc.

New Niche Finder answers:

Both are consumers but niche is more than that. Snappers are aquatic omnivores; dragonflies are aerial hawking insectivores.

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