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While making the population graphs for the global population in 2009, and the global population in 2020, I noticed a significant change in the population in 2020. The change was a huge decrease in the population from 2009 to 2020, as the majority of the population was still from the age of 0-4 years of age. Overall there are more females than males, but not by too much. The graph itself looks like a pyramid while for a developed country it does not, where the majority of the population is from 0-4 years of age, and the least is 80+ years of age. The population starts to decrease as the age increases, but not too significant until it reaches the ages of 25+ where it starts to decrease at a faster rate. The population starts to decrease at a faster rate after the age of 34, on the 2020 graph. There are not much changes from the graph of 2009 to the graph of 2020, the graph itself looks the same just that there is less population in 2020 compared to 2009. The 2020 graphs starts off pretty stable from the ages 0-30, and after that age the graphs starts looking more like a pyramid.
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