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Age Structure and Population Growth

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Question 1
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Which of the following statements about the age structure of populations is correct?
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Question 2
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True or false. Even if two women have the same number of children, the woman who delays childbirth will have less of an impact on population growth.
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Question 3
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How can the change in the size of a population over time be determined?
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Question 4
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In a hypothetical world population, calculate the net growth given the following statistics: Births, 25 per 1000; deaths, 10 per 1000; immigration 10 per 1000; emigration, 5 per 1000.
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Question 5
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Why will Canada's population probably decrease over time (in the future)?
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