Demographics Exam Study Guide PIB

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Study Guide for Demographics Exam – Monday February 28 th What you should know for the exam: What are demographics?  Give a definition and an example. What is the difference between population and population density? o How to calculate population density o What parts of the world tend to be densely populated? o Specific countries with higher and lower average population densities. What does per capita mean?  How would it be calculated? What is birth rate?  How is it typically measured? o What areas of the world tend to have a high birth rate?  o What areas of the world tend to have a low birth rate? o Identify countries with a declining birth rate o Identify countries with an increasing birth rate What is death rate(mortality)? How is it typically measured? o What areas of the world tend to have a high mortality rate? o
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2011 for the course GEO 111 taught by Professor Yates during the Winter '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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