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# Ap Hu GEO

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What is Replacement Rate? The number of births needed to keep a population at a stable level without immigration.
What is the needed Replacement Rate? 2.1
How do countries with aging populations attempt to stimulate economic growth to lessen the effect of rising medical and retirement costs? By promoting immigration.
How is the arithmetic density of a country determined? By dividing the total population by the total area.
What is the problem with arithmetic population? It does not take into consideration the internal clustering of people within a country,
It is estimated that 98% of Egyptians population live on ______% of land. 3%
The population axis of Europe is directly related to what? The orientation of Coalfields.
The percentage of the population living in urban places in Germany and the UK is what in relation to Asia? Greater than Asia.
The focus of North America's population is the. Megalopolis region
Thomas malthus believed what that the amount of food only grew at a linear rate
what adds to the population growth of a country? Births and immigration
World population doubling time is decreasing
The growth rate of southern south america is less then the world average growth rate
What is the average world growth rate? 1.4%
What method did India use to control population in the 70s? Forced sterilization of males.
The stastistices that report the number of deaths per thousand people in a given year are called the crude death or mortality rate
list the stages of demographic transition 1=high birth + death, 2=high birth + declining death, 3=declining birth + low death rate, 4=low birth + death
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