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World population growth from 1800 to 2100 in developed and developing countries

ded15 6 / 9 1  
Dec 30, 2016   #1
Question :
The graphs below provide information on global population figures and figures for urban populations in different world regions.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The graphs illustrate information on the world population growth from 1800 to 2100 and show prediction the distribution of this population in developed and developing countries. The global population will continue to rise from 1800 to 2050 before it is predicted to reduce in 2100 and majority of people also predicted will be living in developing countries while the population in developed countries will in the same trend from 2015 to 2040.

According to the first graph, the global population had slightly increasing from around 1000 million in 1800 to over 2000 million in 1940. But after this period, the population jumped significantly in 2040 which reached about 8000 million. The graph also show prediction that the population will experience a decreasing and drop down to just over 6000 million in 2100.

According to the second graph, in 2015, the number of people who lived in the developed country around 1200 and it is projected to be in the same number till 2040. On the other hand, increasing will be shown in the population in the developing country which was just around 2100 million in 2015 and then will jump to 4000 million in 2040 as a projection.

jcgdbb 1 / 3 1  
Dec 30, 2016   #2
Since there are the graphs of developed and developing nations, it may add more to your essay by comparing the growth of those to regions and how it might affect world population growth.

For example if the world population is increasing then it can be seen from the second graph that it is due to the rising population of developing regions and not developed regions.

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