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Jaydon ,Pop. Vocab.

Total Fertility Rate Births per 1000 women
Mortality Rate The measure of the number of deaths
Infant Mortality Rate Infant deathrate: the death rate during the first year of life
Maternal Mortality Rate The death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and site of the pregnancy
Crude birth Rate The total number of births per 1000 of a population each year.
Crude death Rate The total number of deaths per 1000 of a population each year
Natural Increase Rate A method used to calculate population growth based on births and deaths alone.
Less Developed Countries a non industrialized or Third World country.
More Developed Countries Industrialized nations characterized by high per capita incomes, low birth and death rates, low population growth rates, and high levels of industrialization and urbanization.
Level of Income allows a retiree to receive a higher retirement benefit from TFFR until the retiree is eligible for Social Security benefits.
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