One purpose for building a model is to enable the study of a system in order to test its dynamics for potential improvements; another is to test a hypothesis. A well functioning models outputs can be checked back against its data to demonstrate its accuracy and thus garner credibility for its predictions.Step 1: Your task is to read through this brief online news article describing a problem the United Kingdom is having with immigration.http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/606926/NumbermigrantbabiesbornUKSOARnewrecordhighStep 2: Consider the relationships between the variables which have been identified for you as follows:Thestockfor this system isImmigrant Babies. The primaryinflowisBirths to NonUK mothers. Twoconvertersare multiplied to determine the equation for Births to non UK mothers these are:Number of Live Births and Percentage of live births to nonUK mothers The most immediateoutflowisInfant Mortality. TheInfant Mortality Rateconverterdetermines the number of infant mortalities. This equation is the sum of two otherconverterrates: Postneonatal and Neonatal. *For the purposes of simplicity as well as accuracy this model is bounded to include these factors and none others. Questions: For this model 1.What is the relationship between Births to NonUK mothers and the population of Immigrant babies? Is it reinforcing why or why not?2.HypothesizeWill the growth be linear or exponential? Why?3.What is the problem outlined in this article?4.How might this model be used to aid in tackling the problem?5.How might this model offer testimony for or against its claims?6. APA Cite this paper7.Attach an image (jpeg) with the following sketches on a single piece of paper. Make sure you add legible labels!8.Draw and label with symbols (+ ) the feedback loop diagram between Immigrant Babies and Births to NonUK mothers. (just sketch on a piece of paper)9.Draw and label with symbols (+ ) the feedback loop diagram between Immigrant Babies and Infant Mortality. (just sketch on the same piece of paper)10.Draw the basic Stella model (just sketch on the same piece of paper)

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