Population growth

If the world population keeps growing at its current rate, how many people might be alive in 10 years?
A 14 trillion
B 22 billion
C Between 7 and 8 billion
D 1.5 trillion
I think it is C. :)

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  1. I think that's reasonable.

  2. Okaydokey. Thanks!

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