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PAM 203 hwk 1 part 2

# PAM 203 hwk 1 part 2 - higher growth rates during the time...

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2. Calculate and interpret the population growth rates of Baltimore for 1990- 2000 and 2000-2007. Annual growth rate of population = p2-p1/ (.5 * p2 +p1 * n), n= number of years difference Growth rate: 2000-2007 Baltimore growth rates = (788,994-754,292)/ (.5 * 788,994 + 754,292 * 7) = .0064 Maryland growth rates = (5,618,244-5,296,486)/ (.5 * 5,618,244 + 5,296, 486 * 7)= .0084 Growth Rate: 1990-2000 Baltimore Growth Rates: (754,292 – 692,134)/ (.5 * 754,292 + 692, 134 * 10)= .0085 Maryland Growth rates: (5,296,486 – 4, 781,468)/ (.5 * 5296,486 + 4,781,468 *10 )= .0115 Overall both the state of Maryland and Baltimore County experienced
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Unformatted text preview: higher growth rates during the time period of 1990 to 2000 than post 2000. Maryland experienced a very high growth rate of 0.0115 or 1.15% annually on average between 1990 and 2000 whereas the same area experienced a .84 growth rate from 2000 to 2007. Baltimore couny experienced, on average, smaller growth rates than the state as a whole. Like the stat, Baltimore grew more from 1990 to 2000 increasing, on average, .85% annually during the ten years as opposed to .64% annually from 2000 to 2007. 3. Age Sex Pyramid for Baltimore, Maryland...
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