Birth rate is a measurement of the number of births in a country per 1,000 population.
Birth rate is a measurement of the number of births in a country per 1,000 population.
The death rate in Bangladesh is 5.85 people per 1000 people. This was last determined in 2012. The death rate has decreased recently.
Because when a mommy panda and a daddy love each other very much they deside to......( I leave your imagination to the rest)
There are approximately 370,000 babies born every day worldwide. The current number of births worldwide is estimated at about 134 million per year for the period 2011 to 2014, while the number of daily deaths is predicted to slightly increase due to the age of the population.
um i think its because some times a child is born it adds a #at the population and now that people die it is going very slow because people are dying and being born
How many households in the U.S. have children
1,966,514,816 people. WORLD INTERNET USAGE AND POPULATION STATISTICS World Regions Population ( 2010 Est.) Internet Users Dec. 31, 2000 Internet Users Latest Data Penetration (% Population) Growth 2000-2010 Users % of Table Africa 1,013,779,050 4,514,400 110,931,700 10.9 % 2,357.3 % 5.6 % Asia 3,834,792,852 114,304,000 825,094,396 21.5 % 621.8 % 42.0 % Europe 813,319,511 105,096,093 475,069,448 58.4 % 352.0 % 24.2 % Middle East 212,336,924 3,284,800 63,240,946 29.8 % 1,825.3 % 3.2 % North America… Read More
Japan has the lowest birth rate in the world.
Doing a little math, and using basic numbers provided by the Department of Health and Human Services the rate, based on 2005 live births is about 7.9 per minute. A: The US birth rate is about 1 live birth every 8 seconds. This equals 10,800 births per day or 7.5 a minute. A: Another way to calculate (data came from nationmaster): Current U.S. Birth Rate = 14.18 live births per 1,000 population U.S. Population 2008… Read More
Bangladesh has decreased the total fertility rate significantly since independence in 1971. For the past five or 6 years the birth rate has been fairly stable, though estimates for 2009 predict a decrease. The population growth rate estimate for 2009 is 1.29% according to the CIA World Factbook. This places Bangladesh just behind Brazil and Australia, both at 1.2%, in terms of total population growth. Of course, the lower life expectancy in Bangladesh means that… Read More
YearBirth rateRankPercent ChangeDate of Information2003 18.87 121 2003 est. 2004 18.48 116 -2.07 % 2004 est. 2005 18.48 117 0.00 % 2005 est. 2006 18.2 118 -1.52 % 2006 est. 2007 17.94 115 -1.43 % 2007 est. 2008 17.71 117 -1.28 % 2008 est. That is Africa's birth rate your welcome I CAN SMELL YOUR FEAR YearBirth rateRankPercent ChangeDate of Information2003 18.87 121 2003 est. 2004 18.48 116 -2.07 % 2004 est. 2005 18.48 117… Read More
"From this point forward, every person born is one too many." "The greatest threat to human existence is our own lack of ability to control our own growth." "We control the growth of every other species, except our own."
the answer is simple 10-12
For this question, the CIA World Factbook will be used. According to a 2009 estimate, the number of the "birth rate in the world" shows to be 19.86/1,000 population. This is the crude birth rate: the average number of births a year during a year per 1,000 person in the population at midyear. The crude birth rate is used to indicate fertility, but keep in mind that it is affected by age, unlike the total… Read More
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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.
Poverty is usually caused by lack of funds, food and education.
there is no finite pecentage but it is high enough that you don't want to take the chance, the real questin is can "you" support a kid
A higher birth rate is a rate of reproduction greater than the current norm, or average, or a rate of reproduction greater than a norm or average at a given time.
mine is $600 per month (1BR) but I feel it's a bit pricey... I wonder, because in Manhattan, I hear you can get away with a $400 per month bill for a studio...
Around 2 %
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 (and the world) at about 7 newborns per 1000 residents.
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.
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.
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.
Presumably Vatican City has a birth rate of zero. :)
12.47 births/1,000 population (2009 est.) Related link: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/as.html
simple thing.. no of death is equal to 4 times larger than the no of birth....
Because its people have sex a lot. Perhaps a contributing factor is their population, coupled with the lack or non-use of birth control.
According to official statistics (available at www.statistics.gr), the crude birth rate of Greece in 2008 was 10.53, representing 118,302 births.
Population growth affects the global community in a number of ways. A growing population creates more pollution, decreases land space and decreases resources.
Negative growth rate. The answer is dynamic. Changes by year to year. For latest answer check for Data on birth rate at the web site of the Bulgarian Statistical Institute or message me personally about your requirement
Food Production Distribution The remarkable facts about the last 150 years has been the ability of farmers to increase food production geometrically in some places. Agricultural practices have improved in the United States in the last two centuries. Much of the world experi-enced agricultural success, especially in the last 50 years. Between 1950 and 1984, for example, the amount of grain harvested worldwide increased from 631 million tons to 1.65 billion tons. This represents a… Read More
Birthrate means the number of births in a population. The definition of population is all members of the same species in one area. The more living things that are born increases the population. It does so by adding more to an ecosystem and/or a community.
Because the Health Care with associate Public System some times it´s not Prepare to help Everybody in the same time Need the more distributions
Birth rate : 12.47 over 1000 death rate : 6.74 over 1000
I don't know but I do know someone from the phonograms called Marcelle so she might be able to answer that one
reasons for high birth rates due to lack off food
For example if you live in France you get free medical treatment unlike in America, same in for example in Canada, UK and Cuba .... Also, insurance isn't as limited as in the US...
3 Births Every Second 180 Births Every Minute 10,800 Births Every Hour 259,000 Births Every Day
17.58 per 1000 Population
There are alot of people in sri lanka listen to me people if your a Indian and your parents don't want you to have a girlfriend or boyfriend . . . . . then listen I hope one day your kids do this to you in the future because our culture Punjabi don't allow us to do that. If you don't know the feeling of it and where it could end up then watch the… Read More
seven in ten
There are no statistics for the birth rate per second in India. However there are other statistics. The birth rate in India is 24 per minute, 1,768 per hour and 42,434 per day.
The birth rate of cuba is 11.13 births
The birth rate if India in the year of 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993 is . . . 1990: 30.2% you see the birth rate is getting lower and 1991: 29.5% lower :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( 1992: 29.2% 1993: 28.5% and by the way you look great today if you have a boyfriend or girlfriend and you are a Indian shame on you just watch when you… Read More
Antarctica has the lowest birth rate of any continent as it has no permanent population, making the birth rate 0. Of the populated continents, Europe has the lowest birth rate at about 2 children per mother.
* Jackson with a population of about 175,000. * Gulfport with 66,000. * Hattiesburg with 50,000. * Biloxi with 44,000, and * Southaven with 42,000.
Because of increasing industrialization and urbanisation.
Europe According to about.com, "Ukraine: 0.8% natural decrease annually; 28% total population decrease by 2050"
Gay is about having a sexual preference. Babies aren't considered having a sexual preference yet. Overall, about 10% of the population is believed to be homosexual, which would mean that one in ten Babies will grow up to be homosexual as an adult.
Life expectancy: average lifespan of a population Birth rate: number of births per 1000 people In other words, life expectancy is how long someone lives, and birth rate is how many people are being born. Hope this helped. :)
28.35 births per 1,000 population (2008 estimate)
Niger in Africa. With 51.6 births/1,000 population. http://whichcountry.co/which-country-has-the-highest-birth-rate/ Pregnancies would be hard to say since many are not documented but women in developing countries have more pregnancies as well as most maternal deaths. Birth:Niger Abortions: Russia Sexually transmitted diseases: U.S.A (about 1/4)
"More newborns arrive during the late summer and early fall months of July, August, and September than any other time of the year. In 2006, August hosted the most U.S. baby births." http://www.babycenter.com/0_22-surprising-facts-about-birth-in-the-united-states_1372273.bc
THE EXACT NUMBER IS CALCULATED AS FOLLOWS; POPULATION : 1.2 BILLION GROWTH IS 2.4% PER ANNUM INCLUDING NET DEATHS. IE, 27 MILLION PER ANNUM. THIS IS 540,000 PER WEEK OR 78,000 PER WEEK. GIVE OR TAKE SOME THIS IS A GROWTH OF 10,000 PER DAY - THAT IS 400 PER HOUR AND 62 MINTE OR APPROXIMATELY 1 PER SECOND! 540,000 per month or 78000per week. If you divide 400 by 60 you willl get 6.2… Read More
RankCountry Name Turkey Birth 18.65 Deathe 5.96 Difference 12.69 206
10.1/1000 to make it easier ... the average woman in Kenya would have 2-3 children in her lifetime
5.7 births per woman (i think)
19 births per thousand population, or some 380,000 brand-new Mexican babies a year.
That birth rates vary from country to country, is a relatively new phenomenon. The reason why there are different birth rates is that the countries are in a different state of the so called 'demographic transition'. It usually has 4 stages which a country passes: Stage 1: High birth and high death rate (all countries before industrial revolution) Stage 2: High birth and falling death rate (some African countries) Stage 3: falling birth rate and… Read More
The largest family I ever heard of was a colonial family of about 73 kids.
You may know that in the demographic transition, stage 3, the population tends to decrease, which is often quite rapid. This is due to both the availablity of birth control and economic chainges. There is more access to contraceptives Children are less of an economic asset, their parents invest in their education. Changes in the economy particularly in hard times influences peoples decisions so they postpone or limit the amount of children they want to… Read More
7 and 4
China has the largest population of any country. It has a population of about 1.3 billion. It is very difficult to cater for that many people. Having enough food, houses, schools, jobs etc. is a big stress on a country. All sorts of problems can result from having too many people. Some control on the amount of births would reduce the strain on China and its people, which is why the government have tried to… Read More
Because it has more immigrants than emigrants.
In the United States during the year 1800, the birth rate was quite high at seven children per woman. The death rate started to slow down in 1800, as the life expectancy raised to around 40 years old.
1.low level of education
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epidemics gender (females live longer than males on most occaisions) location (where they live) drugs/alcohol/tobacco genetics (if someone's parent has a disease, they may get the disease)
Kerala's birth rate is 14 per 1000 females and falling fast. Birth rate 17.1 births/1,000 population (1994-2001 est.)  Birth Rate was 17.1 in 1994-2001 (20.3 in 1984-1990 & 25.0 in 1974-1980) . Pathanamthitta (14.5 in 1994-2001, 17.2 in 1984-1990 & NA in 1974-1980) had the lowest TBR and Malappuram(22.4, 29.5 & 33.6) had the highest TBR. District TBR 1974-1980 TBR 1984-1990 TBR 1994-2001 TFR 1974-1980 TFR 1984-1990 TFR 1994-2001 Trivandrum 22.8 19.6 16.4 2.3… Read More
There are more people who are born then die.
This is because some countries have a bigger population than others for example China will have a bigger birth rate than Portugal.
"the  birth rate is significantly higher than the death rate, at 40.4 and 16.9 per 1000 people respectively." -Wikipedia
why some countries have a low birth rate
Birth rate is the rate of which people are being born. Death rate is the rate of which people are dying.
50 births for every .5 deaths source: wikipedia.com
Geograpy of population is one of the sprouts from the venerable trunk of science of geography. Glenn T Trewartha of the united states was perhaps the most important personality to elevate population studies to the status of a systematic branch of geography. According to TREWARTHA,man wasthe pivotal point from which all other elements are observed and derive their meaning and significance. Thus it's population that furnishes the focus.Population geography is concerned with understanding the regional… Read More
The birth rate is the rate of people that have be born and the death rate is the rate of the people who have died.
it's 29 per 1000 people (2012)
Italy's birth rate is 8.01 as of 2010
The birth rate of a country is the number of children born alive per thousand inhabitants per year. Hope this helped! :)
The worlds population was 3.3 billion in 1965, it is now 6.7 billion so it that instance of doubling took 34 years .
The contraceptive pill was free!
15.8 pre 1,000