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Mark Moeller 10-6-08 Period 3 Analysis Questions 1. By looking at the histograms for the years 2025, and 2045, a clear pattern of decreasing growth rate can be seen. The youngest part of the population consists of a very small percentage when compared to older groups. This means that fewer people are being born each year, and thus the population is getting smaller. 2. From the histogram, it is not possible to determine how many people make up the
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Unformatted text preview: population of the country. The histogram shows the percentage of the population of each age group, and not actual numbers of people. 3. Bosnia would be considered a developed country because the population is not undergoing a rapid increase. The population is either remaining stable or decreasing, and thus the country is developed....
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