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On average each day between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 … 1052 babies were born 694 people died 704 immigrated 107 emigrated There were 955 extra Canadians at the end of each day.

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Demography : study of population numbers, distribution, trends and issues.

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In 2013… 1, 052 Canadians were born each day in a population of 35,000,000 4, 724 Russians were born daily in a population of 142,500, Togolese were born daily in a population of 7,150,000 Which country is facing the biggest challenge in terms of a growing population?

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Because of the huge differences in the population of these countries we have to convert from total births to the birth rate so we are able to compare. Formula for Birth Rate…

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(1052 births X 365 days = births per year) (4 724 births X 365 days = births per year) (684 births X 365 days = births per year) Canada Russia Togo

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Scenario #1 – Your parents will pay you $1 000 a day for the month of June. Scenario #2 – Your parents will pay you 1 cent June 1, 2 cents June 2, 4 cents June 3, 16 cents June 4 etc… Which scenario will pay you more money at the end of the month?

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Scenario #1 – Your parents will pay you $1 000 a day for the month of June and give you a total of $ Scenario #2 – Your parents will pay you 1 cent June 1, 2 cents June 2, 4 cents June 3, 16 cents June 4 etc… and give you a total of $ Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun

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The concept of compounding is powerful and important in demography since it is used to calculate the doubling time of population. Doubling time is an estimate of the number of years needed for a country’s population to double in size.

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Use the examples on page 42 and calculate the demographic indicators on page 43.

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