# How many years did it take after 1950 for the World population to double?

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# World population in 1950?

which of the following did not take place during the 1950?

# Why did the world population increase in the 1950's?

This might be why... World population dramatically increased in the 1950s because of low mortality due to health improvements in developing countries (where most of the gro

# What was the world population in 1950?

In 1950, there were 2,556,000,053 people in the world. Today, thereare over 7 billion people in the world.

2,5,15,25,40

# How long does it take the world population to double?

The worlds population was 3.3 billion in 1965, it is now 6.7 billion so it that instance of doubling took 34 years .

34 years

# How many years does it take for a world cup?

The Rugby World Cup Tournament, played for the William Webb Ellis Trophy, is held once every four years. The last was played in 2007 (France) and the next will be in 2011 (New

every 21 years

21 years

# How long will it take for the world population to double?

Sadly, the way babies are being continually aborted, not going to happen.

# What was the world population between 1800 and 1950?

The world population between 1800 and 1950 was about 2.5 billionpeople. As of the data collected in 2012, the population stands at7.046 billion.

twice
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# According to world population 1950-2020?

1950. 2.55 billion. 1955. 2.8 billion. 1960 . 3 billion . 1965. 3.3 billion. 1970. 3.7 billion. 1975 . 4 billion . 1980. 4.5 billion. 1985. 4.85 billion. 1990.
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# If the growth rate is 7 percent how many years will it take for the GDP to double?

After n years of 7 percent growth, the value is (1.07) n times the starting value. The answer to the question is the smallest value of n such that (1.07) n >=2 or nlog(1.0
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100 years
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75 years