← Demographic Terms Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- Infant deaths per thousand live births.
- The number of live births per thousand in a population in a given year.
- The average number of children each woman has over her lifetime, expressed as a yearly rate based on fertility occurring during a particular year.
- The rate of growth of a population, as a percentage. Multiplied by the existing population, this rate gives the net yearly increase for population.
4 True/False Questions
Crude Deathrate → The number of live births per thousand in a population in a given year.
Replacement-level Fertility → Infant deaths per thousand live births.
Population Momentum → Age structure, A bar graph plotting numbers of males and females for successive ages in the population, starting with youngest at the bottom.
Doubling time → The time it takes for a population increasing at a given growth rate to double in size.