Asked in Labor and Birth, Economics, Statistics, Birth Rate
What is the difference between birth rate and crude birth rate?
Crude birth rate is how many live children are born. Crude death rate is how many people die. Crude death minus crude birth is the net gain (or loss) and is called the birth rate. It represents whether or not deceased people are "replaced". ...
Asked in Statistics, Death Rate
What is the Difference between crude death rate and actual death rate?
Death Rate is the actual rate of death where Crude Death Rate is a guess on the death rate. ...
How do you compute the natural growth rate of a country?
Subtract the crude death rate from the crude birth rate. Crude birth rate is the number of children born per one thousand people. Crude death rate is the number of people that die per one thousand people. ...
Asked in Statistics, Birth Rate, Death Rate
What does it mean if a country has a crude birth rate and a crude death death rate?
In that country, a lot of children are born and a lot of people die over average. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Geography
How is the rate of natural increase determined?
The formula for finding the rate of natural increase is as follows: (Crude birth rate - Crude Death Rate) / 10. The result is the rate of natural increase in percentage form. For example, Paraguay's crude birth rate (28.47) - the crude death rate (4.49) is 23.98; divide that by 10 and the result is 2.39%, Paraguay's rate of natural increase. ...
Asked in United Kingdom
What percentage of those born in the UK in 1960 are still alive?
Finding the percentage of those who were born in 1960 in the UK and are still alive today can be done by locating the crude birth and death rates from that year and place. Subtracting the crude death rate by the crude birth rate will give an approximate answer to the amount of people who survived. ...
Asked in Demographics
What is the current natural increase rate for the world?
The current approximate natural increase rate of the world is about 1.14%. It can be calculated the formula, " (Crude birth rate − Crude death rate) / 10." ...
Asked in Denmark
What stage is Denmark in the demographic transition?
Denmark is in stage 4 of the demographic transition. This is because of their restively low CBR (Crude Birth Rate) and CDR (Crude Death Rate) causing there population increase to be minimal ...
What is simile for death?
A simile is a comparison between two things, usually using the words "like" or "as." You can make just about any comparison you want, so long as it makes sense. You could say that death is like sleep, or that it is as cruel as winter - however you think of death. ...
Asked in Statistics, Population, Death Rate
Population total land area birth rate death rate and population density of china?
The following data gives the population, total land area, birth rate, death ate and the population density of China; Population, total (2010) 1,338,299,512.0 Land area (sq. km) (2010) 9,327,480.0 Birth rate, crude (per 1,000 people) (2009) 12.1 Death rate, crude (per 1,000 people) (2009) 7.1 Population density (people per sq. km) (2010) 143.5 ...
Why does Denmark have higher crude death rate than Bolivia?
Denmark has a higher crude death rate because of its greater population. The greater population the more deaths that will occur. ...
Asked in Statistics, Death Rate
Relationship between birth rate death rate and growth rate?
the birth rate is the rate of birth in a population, the death rate is the number of deaths in a population and the growth rate is the growing numbers of the population. ...
Asked in Demographics, Death Rate
What are the countries with the lowest crude death rate?
The countries in the Middle-East and the Arabian Gulf have the worlds lowest crude death rates at about 1-4 deaths per 1000 persons. ...