5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 birth rate
 logistic growth curve
 population
 age structure
 logistic carrying capacity
 a a group of individuals of the same species living in the same area or interbreeding and sharing genetic information
 b the rate at which births occur in a population, measured either as the number of individuals born per unit of time or as the percentage of births per unit of time compared with the total population
 c structure of a population divided into groups by age. Sometimes the groups represent the actual number of each age in the population; sometimes the group represents the percentage or proportion of the population of each age
 d In terms of the logistic curve, the population size at which births equal deaths and there is no net change in the population
 e The Sshaped growth curve that is generated by the logistic growth equation. In the logistic, a small population grows rapidly, but the growth rate slows down, and the population eventually reaches a constant size
5 Multiple choice questions
 fertility rate required for a population to remain a constant level
 the study of populations, especially their patterns in space and time
 The general study of population changes
 The pattern of change in birth and death rates as a country is transformed from undeveloped to developed. THere are three stages: (1) in an undeveloped country, birth and death rates are high and the growth rate is low; (2) the death rate decreases, but the birth rate remains high and the growth rate is high; (3) the birth rate drops toward the death rate and the growth and the growth rate therefore also decreases
 the ratio of dependentage people (those unable to work) to workingage people; it is customary to define workinage people as those aged 1565
5 True/False questions

population age structure → structure of a population divided into groups by age. Sometimes the groups represent the actual number of each age in the population; sometimes the group represents the percentage or proportion of the population of each age

death rate → the rate at which births occur in a population, measured either as the number of individuals born per unit of time or as the percentage of births per unit of time compared with the total population

epidemic disease → a disease that appears occasionally in the population, affects a large percentage of it, and declines or almost disappears for a while only to reappear later

growth rate → the rate at which births occur in a population, measured either as the number of individuals born per unit of time or as the percentage of births per unit of time compared with the total population

abortion ratio → the estimated number of abortions per 1000 women aged 15 to 44 in a given year