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Population Pyramids. What is a population pyramid?. – a graph showing the distribution of a population by sex and age. Examples. What are population pyramids used for?. To describe the population characteristics of different societies To predict future growth trends. Think…. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Population Pyramids

  • What is a population pyramid?

    a graph showing the distribution of a population by sex and age.

  • Examples

  • What are population pyramids used for?

    To describe the population characteristics of different societies

    To predict future growth trends.

  • Think.How many children would you have if you had to run a farm with just you and your family?

    Does that still happen?

    What will the population pyramid for those places look like?

  • Developing CountryRapid Population GrowthThis pyramid represents countries that have not gone through the industrial revolution.Families have 5 or more children per family.

  • Which one is closest to what the United States pyramid would look like????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

  • Ding Ding Ding if you picked this one you are correct!!This pyramid represents countries that have already gone through the industrial revolution. Families usually have 3 or less children per family.

  • Developing Country Rapid Population Growth

  • Newly Industrialized CountryThis represents countries that are transitioning from developing to developed.

  • Newly Industrialized countries

  • Developed CountrySlow Population Growth

  • Developed - Stage 5

  • Words you need to know!!!!Birthrate- The ratio of total live births to total population in a specified community or area over a specified period of time. Death Rate- The ratio of total deaths to total population in a specified community or area over a specified period of time.Population Distribution- Where do the people live with in an area.Population Density- How many people live in a given area.Infant Mortality Rate- the number of infant deaths per 1000 live birthsLife Expectancy-how long are people expected to liveLiteracy Rate- What percentage of people can read and write.