# Jeopardy \$100 Section 2Section 3Section 4Section 6Section 8 \$200 \$300 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100.

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Jeopardy \$100 Section 2Section 3Section 4Section 6Section 8 \$200 \$300 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$100 Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy

1 - \$100 In 2025, the largest percentage of men in Europe will be between the ages of In 2025, the largest percentage of men in Europe will be between the ages of – –A. 5 and 14. – –B. 20 and 29. – –C. 35 and 44. – –D. 70 and 79. 35 and 44. 35 and 44.

1 - \$200 Of the following age groups of women, which is expected to be the smallest in 2025? Of the following age groups of women, which is expected to be the smallest in 2025? – –A. 0-4 – –B. 30-34 – –C. 55-59 – –D. 80+ A. 0-4

1 - \$300 Based on the shape of this population pyramid, Europe is expected to have Based on the shape of this population pyramid, Europe is expected to have – –A. accelerated population growth. – –B. negative population growth. – –C. rapid population growth. – –D. slow population growth. B. negative population growth.

1 - \$400 This graph suggests that Europe will have a high dependency ratio in 2025. What does this mean? This graph suggests that Europe will have a high dependency ratio in 2025. What does this mean? – –A. More Europeans will have trouble finding good jobs. – –B. People will have to work until they are much older before they can retire. – –C. There are very few dependents that workers will have to support. – –D. Workers will have to support a lot of older retired people. D. Workers will have to support a lot of older retired people.

2 - \$100 What does the demographic transition model do? What does the demographic transition model do? – –A. It explains how populations change as a country develops its economy. – –B. It predicts the exact size that the population of a country will reach. – –C. It shows how much time it takes for populations to grow. – –D. all of the above A. It explains how populations change as a country develops its economy.

2 - \$200 During which stage do death rates fall as food supplies increase and health care improves? During which stage do death rates fall as food supplies increase and health care improves? – –A. stage 1 – –B. stage 2 – –C. stage 3 – –D. stage 4 Stage 2 Stage 2

2 - \$300 Which statement about stage 3 is true? Which statement about stage 3 is true? – –A. Birth rates remain high as economic development begins, but death rates begin to fall. – –B. Both birth rates and death rates drop to low levels, and birth rates may fall behind death rates. – –C. High birth rates and high death rates result in little population change. – –D. Birth rates drop as the economy improves, and death rates stay low. D. Birth rates drop as the economy improves, and death rates stay low.

2 - \$400 What is the result of the drop of birth rates behind death rates in stage 4? What is the result of the drop of birth rates behind death rates in stage 4? – –A. a slowdown in the population growth – –B. little population change – –C. a shrinking population – –D. rapid growth of the population C. a shrinking population

3 - \$100 Which of the following age groups had the smallest percentage of population in Italy in 2000? Which of the following age groups had the smallest percentage of population in Italy in 2000? – –A. 0-4 – –B. 25-29 – –C. 30-34 – –D. 50-54 A. 0-4 A. 0-4

3 - \$200 The narrow base of this population pyramid tells us that Italy’s population is The narrow base of this population pyramid tells us that Italy’s population is – –A. changing very little. – –B. getting younger. – –C. growing rapidly. – –D. shrinking. D. shrinking.

3 - \$300 What is one reason why Europe has low birth rates? What is one reason why Europe has low birth rates? – –A. Housing costs and living expenses are low in much of Europe. – –B. Most mothers choose to care for their children at home. – –C. Working parents have a hard time finding good childcare. – –D. Younger women put off their careers in order to have children. C. Working parents have a hard time finding good childcare.

3 - \$400 When populations shrink, When populations shrink, – –A. child-oriented businesses, such as toy stores, may flourish. – –B. communities may have to build more schools. – –C. nations may face a serious shortage of workers. – –D. the military has an easier time recruiting service men and women. C. nations may face a serious shortage of workers.

4 - \$100 This graph shows that in 2050, Spain’s population of people aged 65 and over will be This graph shows that in 2050, Spain’s population of people aged 65 and over will be – –A. almost 10 times the size it was in 1950. – –B. more than half the total population. – –C. nearly twice the size it was in 2000. – –D. roughly half the size it was in 1980. C. nearly twice the size it was in 2000.

4 - \$200 A population, such as that of Spain, ages because of A population, such as that of Spain, ages because of – –A. a drop in life expectancy and a drop in the birth rate. – –B. a rise in life expectancy and a drop in the birth rate. – –C. a drop in life expectancy and a rise in the birth rate. – –D. a rise in life expectancy and a rise in the birth rate. B. a rise in life expectancy and a drop in the birth rate.

4 - \$300 Why should European workers be concerned about the aging population? Why should European workers be concerned about the aging population? – –A. Younger workers cannot compete for jobs against elderly people, who work for less money. – –B. The elderly population is shrinking because people are dying younger from work-related stress. – –C. Elderly workers do not have the skills necessary to compete in the job market today. – –D. Younger workers pay the taxes that cover pensions and health care for elderly people. D. Younger workers pay the taxes that cover pensions and health care for elderly people.

4 - \$400 When an ever-smaller workforce is supporting an ever-larger elderly population, When an ever-smaller workforce is supporting an ever-larger elderly population, – –A. a new baby boom is occurring. – –B. life expectancy is falling. – –C. the dependency ratio is rising. – –D. the replacement rate has been reached. C. the dependency ratio is rising.

5 - \$100 During which of the following decades did Germany’s labor supply first increase faster than its population? During which of the following decades did Germany’s labor supply first increase faster than its population? – –A. 1960s – –B. 1970s – –C. 1980s – –D. 1990s C. 1960s C. 1960s

5 - \$200 Which decade shows the first decrease in the labor supply? Which decade shows the first decrease in the labor supply? – –A. 1970s – –B. 1980s – –C. 2000s – –D. 2020s B. 1980s B. 1980s

5 - \$300 Which decade shows the greatest difference between the population and the labor supply? Which decade shows the greatest difference between the population and the labor supply? – –A. 1970s – –B. 1990s – –C. 2000s – –D. 2020s D. 2020s D. 2020s

5 - \$400 How might the decline of the labor supply affect Germany in the future? How might the decline of the labor supply affect Germany in the future? – –A. Businesses may close or leave the country. – –B. The German economy may start to expand. – –C. Tax revenues may begin to increase. – –D. Companies may have more job candidates to choose from. A. Businesses may close or leave the country.

Final Jeopardy Life expectancy is a measure of which of the following in a population? Life expectancy is a measure of which of the following in a population? –A. the average age at which people die –B. the average age at which people retire –C. the average age at which people become parents –D. the average age at which people enter the workforce A. the average age at which people die A. the average age at which people die

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