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Birth Rate

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Birth rate is a measurement of the number of births in a country per 1,000 population.
There are approximately 216,000 babies born every day in the whole entire world. and in England theres about 2000 born
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The CIA 'Factbook' gives these estimated annual figures for the UK as a whole.Per 1,000 of the population:Births - 10.08Deaths - 10.34Note also estimated net immigration of 2.18 per 1,000.
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According to the CIA factbook, there are 12.3 births and 9.33 deaths per 1000 people.
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How did THAT happen? I have a friend whose husband did not want any children at all. So she took the birth control pill and he used condoms every single time they had sex. Well, they had two children, a boy and a girl. She said that she has no idea how that happend, but it did. A paternity tes…
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because when somebody is born it effects it and it will increase in size. More people are in the world than Eva before. As more people come into this world it effects it. If somebody dies then the population will greatly decrease.
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No country is able to curb the unemployment rate close to zero in the system of market-oriented economy. Take developed countries for example. With the advancement of various kinds of industries, developed countries have to send such outdated industries into developing countries, and some workers w…
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Communist countries like North Korea where one is required to have a job.
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358,192 in one dayAbout 700 children. It may seem less but it's 765 because twins are born every 10 minutes.The answer is increasing every minute. But a good figure is 490,000 new births every day.Every day in 1997, about 365 000 babies were born, and about 140 000 people died, giving a natural incr…
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there are 12,890 789 babies born in a year and there are 45 678 born in Australia
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Check carefully the writing of the name, and the date of birth. That type of certificate is to be asked at "service de l'tat-civil" (the concerned department in the town hall), of the town of Cherbourg.
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353,015 birth per day
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Charles Darwin was born on the 12th February 1809 at Mount House, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He died on the 19th April 1882 aged 73, at Down House, Downe, Kent, England.
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19.86 births per 1000 of population is the annual world birthrate. (Feb 2010)there are 12,890 789 babies born in a year and there are 45 678 born in Australia
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8.6 births/1000 people
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Approximately 1.1 males to females (2009). According to the CIA World Factbook, as of 2009 there are 1.1 males to females which works out to about 50.25% males, 49.75% females given the total population of world being approximately 6,790,062,216. Source:https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/th…
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1) Portugal at 94.9 % 2) Serbia " 96.4 % 3) Bosnia " 96.7 % 4) Macedonia " 97.0 % 5) Greece " 97.1 %
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I think its 8 because even if i have strength i still have weaknesess.
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What is RATE??? Rate- Number per minute, as with pulse and respiration counts.
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three Filipinos are born every minute!
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10.28 births/1,000 population (2011 est.)
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The 2009 estimate of Canadian births is 10.28 births/1,000 people. Since 2003, when the birth rate was 10.99 births/1,000 people, it has decreased slightly every year. The total fertility rate is 1.58 children born for every woman.
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Most people in those days lived to be 45-50. Many children never lived through infancy. Remember that there were no vaccines or antibiotics.
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1,407,724,920 People, or 21.1% of the world population. See the related link below for more information.
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per 1000 of the population10.2
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4.3 people are born every second 258/minute 15,480/hour 371,520/day 135,604,800/year by YouthMinistersAnswer
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There are about four million babies that are born in the United States each year. However, the birthrate in the United States is slowly declining.
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the reason for this is because they don't have an understanding of sex education as they haven't been able to attend school due to the fact that their parents or their whole family haven't been able to afford the tuition fees.also, they lack contraception, therefore, pregnancies are very common.
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There are around 353,015 births per day in the Philippines. This means that in a year there will be about 128,850,475 babies born in the Philippines.
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Some famous people who were born in the 1940s are Jesse Jackson, Pele, Muhammad Ali, Jack Nicklaus, and Bill Clinton. Some famous people who died in the 1940s are F. Scott Fitzgerald, George Washington Carver, General George S. Patton, and Lou Gehrig.
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2.01 on 19th January 2011 The highest in Europe.
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According to the CIA World Factbook and the World Bank, the answer is 938.
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The birth rate of china is got to be a lot because there are a lot of people in china and a couple is only aloud to have 1 child if by mistake they have 2 kids they have to chose 1 that they have to kill and they can only keep one. (oh and do you like Selena Gomez's songs, she seems very nice I wis…
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The Birth rate is: 22.69 births/1,000 population, and the Death rate is: 6.58 deaths/1,000 population. (2007 est.) For more briefly information just visit: - http://www.indiastat.com/health/16/vitalstatistics/291/stats.aspx
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Twenty out of fifty
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Go to this website: http://www.studentsoftheworld.info/infopays/rank/PNBH2.html to find any country's.
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If, on average, 26,000 children under the age of five die per year, that's 1083 kids per minute, furthermore, 18 kids per second.1 kid every minute
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According to the UK National Statistics Office, there were 690,013 births in the UK in 2007. So that averages to 1890 babies born every day.
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In most societies, more people are born than die in any given period. The most notable exception to this is China, where each couple is only allowed one child due to the nation's overpopulation problem. The related links list birth, death, and population growth rates of the various nations. For exa…
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your moma SECOND OPINION: NO one's dear Mother was involved; the MEN did all of the scrapping and fighting along the REPUBLIC of Texas' Frontier. The year they Formed their Republic was 1845, I believe. Some old Texans are firmly convince that the Republic of Texas AND 47 other Lesser States won W…
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10 million identical and 115 nonidentical.
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death rate divided by population ( 88 574 614 ) x 1000 = DR (round off the first decimal)
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Eritrea with 4.4% obesity.
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Countries like Saudi Arabia are rich because of mineral resources and countries with rich soil and dependable rainfall tend to be richer than desert lands or rocky soil. Also over-population relative to agricultural capacity makes a country poor. A countries 'richness' is not entirely based on its …
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7.64 births/1,000 population (2009 est.)
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Pierre Lapin was the illustrator for Beatrix Potter's many stories, along with other children's books. He was born in 1866 and died in 1903.
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i think the government should increase tax for couples having more than one child . This will help reduce population in Egypt because it will discourage couples to have more children because it will cost more to raise children and will lead to a decrease in population because people will be discoura…
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Too many.
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According to the 2000 Census, the average US family size was 3.14 people. The average number of children per all families was only .90 child.The average number of children in families with children was 1.86 children.So families with children tended toward 2 children, but not significantly if you all…
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The UN ranking is sourced from the United Nations World Population Prospects.[1]UN RankingCountryFertility rate (2000-2005) (births/woman)Fertility rate (2005-2010) (births/woman)1 Niger7.457.192 Guinea-Bissau7.107.073 Afghanistan7.487.074 Burundi6.806.805 Liberia6.806.776 Democratic Republic of…
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The US Government tracks birth rate by number of births per 1000 people per year. The CDC website is currently reporting: Data for United States in 2009 Number of births: 4,130,665 Birth rate: 13.5 per 1,000 population
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According to the The National Center for Health most babies are born in August.
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Spain has recently surpassed the 45,552,720 people
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the birth rate in the usa is about 14 live births per 1000 people awsome!!!
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About 3,801
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the birth rates are so high because so many women have been having lots of children . the death rates are so high because of people having so many children. Or this may be caused by religion WHAT A BAD ANSWER!
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Number of births: 4,317,119Birth rate: 14.3 per 1,000 populationFertility rate: 69.5 births per 1000 women aged 15-44 yearsPercent born low birthweight: 8.2%Percent unmarried: 39.7%
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The birth rate is how many people are born in a given location in proportion to the population. The current birth rate of the US is 12.6 per 1,000 population according to the CDC.
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They wanted less population. By the mid 1970's they were at a billion people.
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The number of people who are born each day in the world varies greatly. On average anywhere from 200,000 to 350,000 people are born each day.I'm not sure but I have heard that on average, not all of the time, that a new baby is born every nine seconds. So, from there...I have made my calculations, a…
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The birth rate stood at 18 percent as of 2013. A growing population of second generation migrants are possible explanations for the rise.
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19.13 births/1,000 population (2011 est.)
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Reason 1: Kenya doesn't practise abortion as it primarily doesn't have the sufficient equipment, this means that more children are born. Though some are still births, this still contributes towards a high birth rate  Reason 2: Kenya is an LEDC (less ecenomicaly developed country). It is typic…
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Presumably Vatican City has a birth rate of zero. :)
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Uganda has the highest birth rate in Africa.
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15.6 per 1,000 in 2012, which as of April 2014 are the latest figures available.
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According to page 2 of the Related Link below, the birth rate in 1800 America was 55 per 1,000 and the death rate was 27 per 1,000.
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For an average woman, she typically gave birth to over 7 babies in the 1800's. That number does not include stillborns or miscarriages.
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Results that have risen from moves to reduce the birth rate in India include changes in education and philosophies. Literacy has increased greatly and women have more rights.
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The birth rate of Brazil is 18.72 (2008) https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/br.html For fun and games go to www.aimeesgames.piczo.com
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The Birth rate increased after ww1. As soon as what was left of the men came back from the war the first thing that happens is that the men and woman try to make up for lost time This has always been the case after a disaster of any kind has decimated a population. there is an increase in births to …
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No idea what it is so don't ask me again or I will ring the police and they will arrest you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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A common trick question. The answer, of course, is Vatican City.It actually is unknown if Vatican City has the lowest birth rate because no statistics are shown for the country, although it seems like the most likely answer. Based on statistics, as of 2011, Monaco has the lowest birth rate of Europe…
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Vermont has the lowest birth rate in the U.S. as of 2002, at 47.93 live births per 1000 women. Maine and New Hampshire follow, at 49.08 and 51.49 live births per 1000 women respectively.
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Over 4.1 million women between 15 and 50 years old have given birth in the past 12 months. The percent of women whom were unmarried at the time of birth was nearly 36 percent in 2011 for the respective age group.
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Well I'm not sure what crude birth rate is, but birth rate is births per 1000 people. Fertility rate is average children born to a woman in her lifetime.
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The mortality/death rate for whales ranges from 24% to 4% starting in the whale's juvenile stage in development. The death rate decreases as the whale becomes older.
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the lowest birthrates are found in A. Western Europe B. South Asia C. North Africa D. Africa E. Latin America
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In the entire world about 350,000 humans are born each day (2012) this is slightly lower than in the 1980's.
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here is an average of 30,000 births per day. Though the birth rate in Japan is on a decline.
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About 70% live in rural area's
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Death rate is the number of deaths in a year per 1 thousand. These are led by factors such as if the country is a Low Economically Developed Country (LEDC) or a High Economically Developed Country (HEDC). It depends on factors also such as the health care, the sewage system, the food ec.
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10.1 births per 1000 population11.2 births/1,000 population (1 st half of 2010 est.).
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Assuming the birthrate in Australia to be the same every year about 814 children are born each day in Australia. This figure is based on the official total of 297,000 registered births in 2010. -Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2013.
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