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Answered 2007-05-26 07:17:33

There are 15 deaths per 1000 people and 42 births per 1000 people.


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a. The birthrate becomes higher than the death rate. b. The birthrate stays the same and the death rate increases. c. The birthrate becomes lower than the death rate. d. The birthrate and the death rate remain the same.

The population decreases when the death rate is higher than the birthrate.

Stage 2 because the birthrate is very high and the death rate actually dropped to around 9-10 births per 1000. hope this helped

Population growth is negative when birthrate is less than death rate.

If the birthrate is 10 per 1000 and the death rate is 10 per 1000 then the growth rate is zero.

Birthrate is the rate at which a population of one or more organsim(s) produces. Deathrate is the rate at which a populaion of one or more organism(s) dies.

There is increase in population size.

The death rate becomes higher than the birthrate.

Immigration, emigration, death rate, and birthrate

The rate of natural increase is the net gain in population when you subtract the death rate from the birth rate.

Birthrate is how many people are born, while the population growth includes the death rate as well. If the birthrate minus the death rate is positive then the population growth is +. If it is negative there is a decrease in population (the population is - ). The population growth also takes emigation and immigration into the picture.

C when the death rate is greater than the birthrate.

They study the three statistics; birthrate, death rate, and the rate if natural increase.

If the birth rate were to increase and the death rate were to remain the same, the population would grow.

subtracting the death rate from the birthrate

As a population decreases the death rate is higher or equal to the birthrate.

It is just a quirk of the English language.

when the number of predators increase or when the death rate is higher than the birthrate

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