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Rapid Growth Rate
Birth Rates remain high as economic development begins. But death rates fall as food supplies increases and health care improves.
Slow Growth Rate
As the economy improves, birth rates drop. Death rates stay low, and population growth begins to slow down
Negative Growth Rate
In developed countries, both birth rates and death rates drop to low levels. As a result, there is little or no population growth. Over time, birth rates may fall behind death rates, resulting in a shrinking population
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