Time in hours


Using the same example, we can calculate the per capita growth rate as follows:

0.052 (births per capita) - 0.014 (deaths per capita) = 0.038 (growth per capita)

To find the number of new individuals that will be added to the population in a year, simply multiply the per capita growth rate by the number of individuals in the population. If the population in our example numbers 50,000, the population will increase by 1,900 individuals in one year.

If the growth rate is a positive number, the population is increasing. If it is a negative number, the population is shrinking.

Sirens Sleep Solution

Sirens Sleep Solution

Discover How To Sleep In Peace And Harmony In A World Full Of Uncertainty And Dramatically Improve Your Quality Of Life Today! Finally You Can Fully Equip Yourself With These “Must Have” Tools For Achieving Peace And Calmness And Live A Life Of Comfort That You Deserve!

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment