In developed countries, a fertility rate of 2.1 live births per 1000 births per year is called _______ fertility.
Ehrlich’s dire projections differed from those of Malthus in that he applied the principle of geometric progression to
a)vital resources like oil, copper, and top soils.
b)significant climate change variables.
c)escalating species die-off.
d)birth and death rates by social class.
In _______, death rates have declined markedly even as infant mortality rates continue as the highest in the world.
_______ death rate equals total deaths per year divided by the midyear population. This figure is normally expressed as the number of deaths per 1,000 people per year.
The discussion in the course regarding the experience of China during Mao Zedong’s Great Leap Forward from 1959 to 1960 was meant to illustrate that
a)population growth doesn’t necessarily proceed at a steady rate.
b)economic policies are critical to sustain population growth.
c)political and economic factors are irrelevant to population growth.
d)unrestrained population growth leads to political instability.
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