PS3 - Part II Problem a Annual population growth rate:...

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Part II Problem a Annual population growth rate: Average: 0.017638 Maximum: 0.043904 (Jordan) Through out the data we can notice that there is a huge difference in the population growth during this 40 years among countries. Some of them with negative growth, some with a really high growth, like Jordan. But although there are variations among the population growth in countries, the average is positive, which is a high one indeed. Problem b By observing the scatter plot shown below it is possible to see a negative correlation between the life expectancy and the population growth, thought this is not a perfect correlation. So we can say that a higher life expectancy indicates a low population growth. At first this can seem as a contradiction, nevertheless it is popularly known that the countries with higher life expectancies are commonly the richest, in which there is a low population growth. It is not possible to say with confidence if a higher population growth leads to a higher life expectancy or if it is the other way, but
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