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1. ### What are the pros and cons of different population sizes of countries ?

... and have to find different ways to make money with larger populations if many are poor and on welfare if there is a welfare system then it will bind the country <--- not so sure about this

2 Answers · Social Science · 29/07/2013

2. ### Population count of a country and growth.?

Population (2005) = 1 080 264 388 * (1+1.4%)^0 = 1 080 264 388 Population (2006) = 1 080...095 388 089 Population (2007) = 1 080 264 388 * (1+1.4%)^2 = 1 110 723 522 Population (2008) = 1 080 264 388 * (1+1.4%)^3 = 1 126 273 652 Population (2009) = 1 080...

1 Answers · Social Science · 17/09/2008

3. ### Why is it important to know the population growth of a country ?

...only thing they can do is well, hope to have enough children to take care of them in their own age. In this, populations get huge. Look at countries like Bangladesh with their overpopulation issues.

2 Answers · Social Science · 23/04/2010

4. ### how do governments know the right amount of money needed in circulation eg if the population of a country ?

...risk of "running out of money". What is of bigger concern is devaluating the currency to the...inflation (as items cost more money to buy things from other countries ).

3 Answers · Social Science · 22/05/2008

5. ### Is there a graphic that shows the socioeconomic status of the population of a country that shows every class?

...so inequality is not the entire story. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_ of _ countries _by_income_equality#Gini_coefficient.2C_after_taxes_and_transfers...

1 Answers · Social Science · 10/05/2013

6. ### Use the rule of 70 to calculate how many years it would take for the population of a country to double if its?

... what? You didn't complete the question. You use the rule of seventy to determine the length of time it takes to double, by dividing...

1 Answers · Social Science · 25/09/2010

7. ### Which of the following is not one of the factors that directly affect how much households spend?

id say changes in population of the country a. more taxes=less money for people to spend b. aggregate supply=more goods...

2 Answers · Social Science · 18/05/2009

8. ### Is population a good measure of a countries wealth?

...reality, we cant assume this. Different ppl have different income. Thus, population is not a good measure of a countries wealth as we are only assuming.

3 Answers · Social Science · 25/07/2009

9. ### What would it signify if the population of a country remained the same while the real GDP increased?

... that cannot be correct - the ones that tell us population goes up or down when the question says population remains the same...

1 Answers · Social Science · 03/10/2011

10. ### Average age of population and GDP?

...should be. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_ of _ countries _by_median_age http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... the other hand, if your median population is over 50, then you've got a...

1 Answers · Social Science · 15/10/2010