Test Answers on population

Population

question population explosion answer Refers to the rapid population growth taking place over the past 200 years. question demography answer Refers to the study of population characteristics and the scientific analysis of population trends in order to predict future trends. question crude birth rate answer The number of births per 1000 people. question crude death […]

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Europe Populations Dilemmas

question Population Pyramids-youngest on bottom…oldest at top answer country’s population-by sex and age groups 0-14, 15-64 and 65 and up wider at bottom = rapid populationgrowth (more babies are born than people that die) narrower at bottom = negative growth (more deaths than babies being born) straight sides = slow population growth (births and deaths […]

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Population Growth In Europe 1750-1910

question Britain grew by 10,000 answer Which country grew the most between 1750 and 1800? question Urbanization answer Why do you think the growth occurred? question Russia answer Which country grew the most during the period from 1750 to 1910? question Too many non taken jobs answer What reasons might you give for the growth […]

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Environmental Science: Human population

question What event in the mid-1700s significantly changed human population growth? answer The Industrial Revolution question Which combination of factors will produce the highest rate of population growth? answer High life expectancy and low infant mortality question What is a population’s total fertility rate? answer Average number of children a female has during her life. […]

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MapMaster Layered Thematics: Population Density and Growth: Europe (multiple-choice) Europe cont..

question Based on the map, which area appears to have the lowest population density? answer northern United Kingdom question What is the most likely reason why the region in northern Italy is densely populated? answer The fertile low-lying land is good for agriculture and settlement question Which of these countries most likely has a growing […]

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Populations

question Population answer A population is made up of a group of organisms of the same species that live together in one place at one time and interbreed. Understanding population growth is important because populations of different species interact and affect one another, including human populations. question Population Growth answer Whether a population grows or […]

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NR 222 chp 9 culture and ethnicity And Emerging population(Vulnerable population

question Enculturation which Socialization into one’s primary culture as a child answer A 6-month-old child from Guatemala was adopted by an American family in Indiana. The child’s socialization into the American midwestern culture is best described as: question Arab Americans emerging population background answer Three major waves of immigration from late 1800s to 1960s Three […]

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Population exam 1- MNU ABSN

question Foundations of community health nursing answer -preserve, protect, promote, or maintain health -promote quality of life question Health belief model answer -strives to predict or explain health behaviors -assumes that preventive health behaviors are taken primarily for the purpose of avoiding disease -emphasizes change at the individual level -describes the likelihood of taking an […]

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Australia’s Population

Community an identifiable group interacting on the basis of shared space and/or social organisation Culture the values and customs of a particular country as expressed in the music, food, interests, religion and sport of that country Cultural Integration the process whereby different cultures become more similar and linked together Demography the study of human population […]

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Chapter 5 bio population

question What are the four main characteristics of a population? answer geographic distribution density growth rate age structure question What is a population’s geographic distribution? answer It is the area inhabited by the population. question Another term for geographic distribution is answer range question What is population density? answer It is the number of individuals […]

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Populations Test Questions

question arithmetic density (population density) answer number of people per unit of land question physiological density answer number of people per unit of cropland question carrying capacity answer amount of people an area can sustain question crude birth rate answer annual number of live births per 1,000 people question demography answer study of individual populations […]

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key words and concepts for population density and distribution

Term Definition Population distribution the dispersal of people in the world. Population density the avergae number of people living in a square kilometer. Densley populated lots of people in one area Sparsley populated few people in one area to calculate population density Divide the Total Population by Total area population pyramids give us the percentages […]

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Population – Test 2

Term Definition replacement rate the total fertility rate needed for a population to replace itself (This is usually around 2.1) baby boomers people born after WWII, from 1946 to 1964 in the United States and Allied countries pension a fixed amount of money paid regularly to a person, following retirement from work dependency ratio the […]

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Demography (population)

question Demography Definition answer The study of human populations. Demographers look at birth, death and migration rates to explain population change. question Demography answer The size of a population, the absolute number of people in a society, is sociologically the most important feature of a society because size affects the kinds of social structures which […]

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14.3 population density and distribution study guide

Population density A measurement of the number of individuals living in a defined space Formula for population density # of individuals/area(units^2)=population density Population dispersion The way in which individuals of a population are wide spread in an area or in volume Clumped dispersion Close together,to facilitate mating, gain protection, or access food resources Uniform dispersion […]

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Chapter 5 – Populations

question How do ecologist study populations? answer By studying their geographic range, density and distribution, growth rate and age structure. question Population density answer The number of individuals per unit area question Geographic Range answer The area inhabited by a population question Growth Rate answer Determines whether the size of the population increases, decreases, or […]

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