- 1How do birth, death, fertility, and migration rates affect population size
How do birth, death, fertility, and migration rates affect population size? What factors can affect these rates?

- 2can some explain to me how birth, death and migration rates affect the population
can some explain to me how birth, death and migration rates affect the population? I have read but really do not understand it? the factors that can affect these rates i am assuming is urbanization cost of raising and educating children educational and employment opportunities for women infant mortality rate average age at marriage pensions abortions birth control religious beliefs some of the affects for death is labor shortages and increased health care burdens any help not to good on all these science terms so i quess this why i am having a hard time understanding how they affect the population?

- 3How do birth affect population size
How do birth affect population size? The more births a society has, the more people it has. For further reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Population_growth

- 4Then the mortality rate, birth rate, and migration rate are calculated for a certain town, it is found that the population increases at 8% per annum
Then the mortality rate, birth rate, and migration rate are calculated for a certain town, it is found that the population increases at 8% per annum. If the population is 60,000 today, calculate the population five years ago.

- 5Why is the human population of the Earth still growing rapidly even though birth rates have begun to fall slightly
Why is the human population of the Earth still growing rapidly even though birth rates have begun to fall slightly? Due to better health and medical advancements, people are living longer.

- 6Why is the human population of the Earth still growing rapidly even though birth rates have begun to fall slightly
Why is the human population of the Earth still growing rapidly even though birth rates have begun to fall slightly?Due to better health and medical advancements, people are living longer.

- 7i have a presentation due and i have to a math problem in the presentation so i need to know how to do a linear equation for birth rates from 1990 to 2050
in 1990 the birth rates for whites were 75.6%
in 2000 it was 71.6%
in 2025 it exce
i have a presentation due and i have to a math problem in the presentation so i need to know how to do a linear equation for birth rates from 1990 to 2050 in 1990 the birth rates for whites were 75.6% in 2000 it was 71.6% in 2025 it excepted to be 62.0% in 2050 it excepted to be 52.5 in 1990 the birth rates for black was 12.3% in 2000 it was 12.8% in 2025 it =excepted to be 14.2% in 2050 it excepted to be 15.7% in haspanic the birth rates for 1990 was 9.0% in 2000 it was 11.3% in 2025 it excepted to be 16.8% and in 2050 it excepted to be 22.5%

- 8Starting with a hypothetical population of 14,000 people and an even age distribution (1,000 in each age group from 1-5 to 66-70 years), assume that the population initially has a total fertility rate of 2.0 and an average life span of 70 years
Starting with a hypothetical population of 14,000 people and an even age distribution (1,000 in each age group from 1-5 to 66-70 years), assume that the population initially has a total fertility rate of 2.0 and an average life span of 70 years. Using the spreadsheet for exercises 1-3, estimate how the population will change from this generation to the next under each of the following conditions. a. Total fertility rate and life expectancy remain constant. b. Total fertility rate changes to 4.0; life expectancy remains constant. c. Total fertility rate changes to 1.0; life expectancy remains constant. d. Total fertility rate remains at 2.0; life expectancy increases to 100. e. Total fertility rate remains at 2.0; life expectancy decreases to 50. F. Total fertility rate changes to 4.0; life expectancy increases to 100. Most developed countries have infant mortality rates of around 5 deaths per thousand live births, and some developing countries have infant mortality rates exceeding 100 deaths per 1,000 live births. How would either of these rates affect our final populations?

- 9Starting with a hypothetical population of 14,000 people and an even age distribution (1,000 in each age group from 1-5 to 66-70 years), assume that the population initially has a total fertility rate of 2.0 and an average life span of 70 years
Exercise 2. Starting with a hypothetical population of 14,000 people and an even age distribution (1,000 in each age group from 1-5 to 66-70 years), assume that the population initially has a total fertility rate of 2.0 and an average life span of 70 years. Using the spreadsheet for exercises 1-3, estimate how the population will change from this generation to the next under each of the following conditions. a. Total fertility rate and life expectancy remain constant. b. Total fertility rate changes to 4.0; life expectancy remains constant. c. Total fertility rate changes to 1.0; life expectancy remains constant. d. Total fertility rate remains at 2.0; life expectancy increases to 100. e. Total fertility rate remains at 2.0; life expectancy decreases to 50. F. Total fertility rate changes to 4.0; life expectancy increases to 100. Most developed countries have infant mortality rates of around 5 deaths per thousand live births, and some developing countries have infant mortality rates exceeding 100 deaths per 1,000 live births. How would either of these rates affect our final populations? Use a speadsheet. Instructions: Fill in numbers to calculate Future Population in the assigned scenarios Total Current Future Future Current Fertility Life Life Population Population Rate Expectancy Expectancy = CP * TFR/2 * FLE / CLE a 14000 ERR b 14000 ERR c 14000 ERR d 14000 ERR e 14000 ERR f 14000 ERR Future Future Population Population (without IMR) IMR (per 1000) Including IMR = FP * (1000-IMR)/1000 a ERR ERR b ERR ERR c ERR ERR d ERR ERR e ERR ERR f ERR ERR a ERR ERR b ERR ERR c ERR ERR d ERR ERR e ERR ERR f ERR ERR

- 10Find the initial population size of the species and the population size after years. Round your...
intial population size:??population after 8 years: ??

- 11birth and death model
Each individual in a biological population is assumed to givebirth at an expoenetial rate λ and to die at an exponentialrate μ. In addition, there is anexponential rate of increaseθ due to immigration. However, immigration is not allowed whenthe population size is N or larger.(a) Set this up as a birth and death model(b) If N=3, 1=θ=λ, μ=2, determine theproportion of time that immigration is restricted.

- 12If the size of a population is N and the size of a sample of the same population is n, then the correct relationship between N and n is
If the size of a population is N and the size of a sample of the same population is n, then the correct relationship between N and n is