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A population is a group of people living in a geographical area who share similar cultures. It is not uncommon for there to be a census designed to know the total number of people in an area. Having covered a topic on population...

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 7013   |  Last updated: Feb 1, 2019
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    What is the name given to the rapid growth of world population that has taken place since the industrial revolution?

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Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 2389   |  Last updated: Mar 28, 2017
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    Which is the least used modern contraceptive method among married women in developing countries?

Population Explosion is a serious issue in today's era which is increasing day by day. The human population is increasing rapidly whether it belongs to any gender. Generally, it is assessed by collecting and analyzing...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 973   |  Last updated: Jun 21, 2019
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    Climate influences where people live across the world.  Which climate type has the highest population?

A population is the number of people living in a given area. There are an estimated 7.8 billion people in the world today and this number grows with a new day. See how much you know about population from your geography class...

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 676   |  Last updated: May 15, 2019
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    Which of the following is not a reason for decline in birth rates in MEDCs?

The world has over seven billion people to date and Asia is the most populated continent in the world. There are different ways in which one can use to calculate the population in a given region, which we have covered in the...

Questions: 23  |  Attempts: 418   |  Last updated: Dec 14, 2018
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    When all the elements in a population are included in a study, the result is a _____.




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Population Questions & Answers


What was the major factor contributing to the explosive population growth in More Developed Countries (MDCs) during the 19th and early 20th centuries?A. The diffusion of the Industrial...
The answer is A. The diffusion of the Industrial Revolution.   The Industrial Revolution began in England in the late 1700s and lasted through all of the 19th century. By the 1850s, the Industrial Revolution made its way to the rest of Europe.
What type of population is indicated by this age structure? According to the data in the figure below, in Rwanda, there are more young children than teenagers, and more teenagers than adults. 
Correct answer is option A – Will double in 30 years. According to the information provided above, the population of Rwanda is most likely going to double in 30 years. Since there are more young children and teenagers than adults in the popula
How many geese are estimated to be at the Lake? Dr. Squarius wants to find out how many Canada Geese occupy the area around Lake Escherichia. So he and his Research Assistant (RA), Ms. Eri, set out...
The way I worked it out was:50 geese initially captured & marked130 geese spotted with binoculars during second trial30 geese of those 130 are markedtherefore, if we use the Capture Mark Recapture method, this equation would look like:(50 x 130)
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