Hurry ! between 1900 and 2010, how did the world’s population change? a. it increased from about 1.5 billion to almost 7 billion. b. it decreased from about 7 billion to about 1 billion. c. it increased from about 5 billion to about 7 billion. d. it decreased from about 7 billion to about 1.5 billion.
We know it can be only A or C and guess what its A
The pop. was closer to 1.65 in 1900 and went up to almost 7 billion
Every second, 1.8 humans die and 4.2 humans are born and there are about 7.7 billion
Population growth is determined by births and deaths ... importantly structural changes to the economy and a rise of the current births and deaths. As of now, around 82 million is the current average population increase yearly. World population will continue to grow in the 21st century, but at a slower rate compared to the recent past. The current world population is 7.7 billion as of October 2019 according to the most recent United Nations estimates elaborated by "Worldometers".
Population in the world is currently growing at a rate of around 1.05% per year from 1.08% in 2019, 1.10% in 2018,The current average population increase is estimated at 81 million people per year.
Population in the world is currently growing at a rate of around 1.05% per year. The world population is 7,794,798,739 as of July 1
The correct answer is - B. It is increasing.
The population in the world has been increasing for quite some time now. The biggest rise in the population was seen in the post World War II period, when the so called ''baby boom'' took place.
Even though in many parts of the world the birthrates have dropped significantly in the past few decades, like Europe, North America, East Asia, Australia, still the population on global scale is growing. This is due to the very high birthrates in Africa, but also because of South America, and the Muslim countries in Asia.
In general, the world's population is growing, but the tempo of growth is becoming smaller and smaller with each year.
The population is increasing due to the rise of better healthcare and longer lifespans (but still high birth rates), Today the population is 7.594 billion.