Social studies

1. identify the process by which a highly developed populations rate of growth will stabilize.
a mortality rate*******
b urbanization c demographic transition

2. according to speculation instead of you, what will happen to the global birth rate in about 40 years?
a the birth rate will increase
b the birth rate will decrease
c the birth rate will stay the same *****
3 why are certain areas of the world experiencing in increased mortality rate?
a lack of a sanitation,education, and resources
b disease and illness
c both a and b *****

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  1. 1 and 3 — I agree.
    2 — I disagree.

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  2. its not a cbc

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  3. 1. C
    2. A
    3. C

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  4. nineteen is correct 100% thank you!

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  5. jokes on you, there is no 19

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  6. They meant the person named "nineteen"

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  7. 1.C
    approved by the black ancestors

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  8. 1. C) demographic transition
    2. B) The birth rate will decrease.
    3. C) both A and B
    I just took the quick check in connexus and these are 100% correct

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  9. the new one is
    1.a "mortality rate"
    2.b "the birthrate will decrease"
    3.c "both a and b"

    for connexus kids

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  10. hiiii is right

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  11. C

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  12. hii is right

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  13. It’s:
    1. Demographic Transition.

    2. The birth rate with decrease.

    3. Both A and B.

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  14. Ur right

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