The population in the South in 2000 was 100236820 In 2010 the population in the

# The population in the south in 2000 was 100236820 in

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Problem 2 The population in the South in 2000 was 100,236,820. In 2010, the population in the South had increased by 14.3% from 2000. About many people lived in the South in 2010? Problem 3 The population in the Northeast was 53,594,378 people in 2000 and 55,317,240 people in 2010. By about what percent did the population change? Did the population grow or shrink? The most common Native American language used in 2010 is Navajo, with about 169,000 people speaking the language nationally. If there are about 308.7 million people in the United States, what fraction of people speak Navajo? Write the ratio of these two population numbers as a decimal and percent. End of fourth problem
5. In 2000 Michigan had a population of 9,938,444. The number of people living in Michigan decreased by 0.6% in 2010. What was Michigan’s approximate population in 2010? End of fifth problem