What is the ratio of population in Pakistan?
According to Pakistan Demographic Profile: The estimated population in 2017 is between 197 to 200 million. Median age 23.4 years male vs 23,3 years female. Here are gender ratio. At birth-1.05 male/1.0 females; under 15 yrs-1.06/1.0; between 15 to 64 years-1.09/1.0; over 65 years-0.92/1.0. For all ages, male vs female ratio is 1.07 males to 1,00 female. This rate of 2011 est. <source wikipedia>
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One estimate for 2012 is about 180,400,000 people. (180.4 million) The official 2010 figure by the Pakistan Census Organization was 170,642,500. (27 Sep 2010). Other estima…tes put it considerably higher, at or over 180 million. One source, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) lists 187 million, but this may include a large number of Pakistanis living and working overseas.
According to the latest Census done there are 51% female while 49% of the population is Male.
Sex ratio: at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female under 15 years: 1.06 male(s)/female 15-64 years: 1.05 male(s)/female 65 years and over: 0.89 male(s)/female total population: 1.04 fem…ale(s)/male (2008 est.)and 1000000 dead peopple
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Pakistan > Economy . Ratio of youth unemployment rate to adult unemployment rate, both sexes . Year . Value . 1990. 3.2. 1991. 2.4. 1992. 2.2. 1993. 2.2. 1994. … 2.3. 1995. 2.4. 1997. 2.3. 1998. 2.7. 2000. 2.7. 2002. 2.4. 2004. 2.1. Ratio of youth unemployment rate to adult unemployment rate, men . Year . Value . 1990. 3.4. 1991. 2.8. 1992. 2.9. 1993. 2.8. 1994. 3.1. 1995. 3.2. 1997. 3.2. 1998. 3.7. 2000. 3.3. 2002. 3.2. 2004. 2.6. Ratio of youth unemployment rate to adult unemployment rate, women . Year . Value . 1990. 2.6. 1991. 1.6. 1992. 1.1. 1993. 1.1. 1994. 1.1. 1995. 1.4. 1997. 1.4. 1998. 1.4. 2000. 2.4. 2002. 1.4. 2004. 1.2. Source: United Nations Statistics Division .
Population : 170,073,000 Population Density : 547.909 persons per square mile
Major Pakistani ethno-racial groups are: Baloch, sindhis, pashtuns(30%),kashmiris(mostly from azad kashmir),punjabis (biggest). They all have different origins & migrationhist…ories.
According to the CIA, the Pakistani population in July 2010 was 184,404,791.
Pakistan Army also called [Ù¾Ø§Ú© ÙÙØ¬] =PakFoag has the population of about 5.5 lac with the 5th largest army in the world equipped with the most advanced armor… and state of the art technology in the present era.Its also considered or recognized as one of the most technological armies in the world.
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The ratio of colorblindness of men to women anywhere is virtually 1:0. Colorblindness is a sex-linked disease and you have to know a little biology to know why men account f…or almost 100% of the world's colorblind population. See, at birth, the genes of the mother and father fuse together to produce the offspring. The male sex gene is XY while the female is XX. So if the offspring is male, the offspring receives a Y from its father and an X from its mother (since the mother can only give Xs). And if the offspring is female, the offspring will receive an X from both parents. So the chance of having either a boy or a girl is always 50/50 and it comes down to what the father gives. Colorblindness is a sex-linked disease, as mentioned earlier, which means its coded on the sex genes. Sex-linked diseases are almost always located on the X chromosome. And to get this gene, you must have 100% of your Xs coded for it. A female could become colorblind only if she receives an X from both parents that code for the disease. A male could become colorblind if he receives an X from his mother that codes for the disease. So it is a much greater chance for males to become colorblind than females, because every rarely does it happen that a female receives a sex-linked disease. However, a woman can still receive a gene that codes for the disease. If she receives just one, she is a carrier of the disease and may pass it on to her offspring. If she receives two, she has the disease. If she receives none, she's free of the disease.
3/4 of Pakistan population ratio in pakistan are child woman