



1. Births: Look at a graph of
the number of live births in the United States
between 1910 and 1998. Study the graph and answer
the questions below it. 2. Population: Look at a graph of
the U.S. population between 1910 and 1998. Study
the graph and answer the questions below
it. 3.
Calculate: This is the formula
to calculate birth rates: Births
/ Population = Birthrate x 1000 = Birthrate per
1000 people Try it for 1960:
Number of births was 4,257,950 and population was
179,323,175. What was the birth rate per
1000? Try it for 1990:
Number of births was 4,158,212 and population was
248,709,873. What was the birth rate per
1000? Look at a graph of
birth rates in the U.S. between 1910 and 1998. Were
you right for 1960 and 1990? Study the graph and
answer the questions below it.
since July 27, 2000.




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