Geography A4 - 1 Total Populatio n(millions Gross National...

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1. B) Phase 1: N/A Phase 2: Afghanistan Phase 3: Guatemala, Kenya, Ghana Phase 4: Thailand, South Korea, Canada, Chile, Germany D) It shows how ones countries can seem to have a very progressive birthrate but can lack in in Nation Income. This can scare some countries because it allows for their new born to maybe go without food and could result in a higher CDR. Overall it is good to have a nice balance to have each category supporting one another. Country Total Populatio n (millions)* Gross National Income PPP º per capita (US$) Crude Birth Rate (/1000)* Crude Death Rate (/1000)* Rate of Natural Increase (%) Doubling Time, years Total Fertility Rate* Total Area (km 2 ) Population Density (people/ km 2 ) Afghanistan 32.4 860 44 16 42 2 6.3 652,230 49.1 Thailand 69.5 7, 640 12 7 11 6 1.6 513,120 135.5 South Korea 49.0 27,240 9 5 9 8 1.2 99,720 491.4 Canada 34.5 37,280 11 7 10 7 1.7 9,984,670 3.5 Guatemala 14.7 4,570 30 6 29 2 3.6 108,889 135 Kenya 41.6 1,570 37 10 36 2 4.7 580,367 71.7 Chile 17.3 13,420 15 5 15 5 1.9 756,102 22.9 Germany 81.9 36,850 8 10 7 10 1.4 357,022 229.4 Ghana 25.0 1,530 31 8 30 2 5.3 238,533 104.9
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2. A) I) Life Expectancy: as the GDP increases so does the life expectancy due to better healthcare as time progresses.
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