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Unit 4 - Test 1

Population - Test 1

TermDefinition
demography the study of population patterns and change
population all the people of a particular area
population density the number of people in a defined area such as a square mile
population distribution the pattern, or spread, of people in a given area
cartogram a type of map used to present statistical information
natural increase the annual population growth. It is the number of births minus the number of deaths.
fertility rate the average number of children a woman will have in her lifetime in a given population
more developed nation a country with a highly developed economy, including significant industrial and service sectors of the economy
less developed nation a fairly poor country with an agriculturally-based economy
life expectancy the average age that a person in a given population can expect to live to
infant mortality the number of deaths of infants under one year old in a given year
Created by: AMS SS6