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could someone please explain 1c unit 4 aqa biology june 2014 please. i think you need to work out the population growth because data is for 2010 and question is for 2011, but that is a minus number so getting confused. Thanks
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could someone please explain 1c unit 4 aqa biology june 2014 please. i think you need to work out the population growth because data is for 2010 and question is for 2011, but that is a minus number so getting confused. Thanks
Which level is this? Is it GCSE core, additional, further additional, AS or A2? I would check on the internet for the exam paper and the corresponding mark scheme which could give you some pointers.

Population growth could be negative to signify population decrease from the year before.
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Which level is this? Is it GCSE core, additional, further additional, AS or A2? I would check on the internet for the exam paper and the corresponding mark scheme which could give you some pointers.

Population growth could be negative to signify population decrease from the year before.
I think he means this paper: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...4-QP-JUN14.PDF
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could someone please explain 1c unit 4 aqa biology june 2014 please. i think you need to work out the population growth because data is for 2010 and question is for 2011, but that is a minus number so getting confused. Thanks
Hi there, firstly what you do is work out the net death rate, so do 9.7-9.3 which gives you a death rate of 0.4 per thousand. Now work out how many people died during the year, so (60200000/1000)*0.4=24080. (You divide the population by 1000 as the death rate is per thousand). Now do the whole population - the number of people who died. 60200000-24080 which gives 60175920
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