Trias 23 / 41 14 May 18, 2015 #1The pie charts below give information about world population in 1900 and 2000.The chart shows the percentage of the world population in each region in 1990 and 2000. The most significant facts to emerge are both changes in population proportion and the area in several regions over the two periods.Moving to a more detailed analysis, 1900 saw a total of people who inhabited the world at 1.6 billion. The biggest population in the world in this year was Asia at approximately a third of total proportion. Following this, Europe, which included Russia, became the second largest region inhabited by human with a quarter of total population. Lastly, the other regions (North America, Africa, Latin America and others) came out as the least inhabited ones with about half a fifth of Europe's population.Next, Asia Pacific region, which had additional area of former Soviet Asia, still had the biggest proportion among others with more than half of total world population during the period 2000. In contrast, the other regions only had 3-14% of total world inhabitants within the timeframe. Also in this period, there were two changes in the region categorization; they were Middle East and North Africa as an additional region in the world, and Caribbean became a part of Latin America.