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Age Sex Pyramid 1) Developing country: India Current yr: 2008 Population size Crude birth rate Crude death rate Fertility rate Life expectancy Rate of natural increase Doubling time 1,148,000,000 22/1000 6/1000 2.8 69 1.6% 43.7yrs Total population Male Female 853,724,391 440,668,382 413,056,009 Total population Male Female 1,004,124,224 518,116,394 486,007,830 Year 1991 2000 - Expansive population pyramids show larger numbers or percentages of the population in the younger age groups, usually with each age group smaller in size or proportion than the one born before it. These types of pyramids are usually found in populations with very large fertility rates and lower than average life expectancies. The age-sex distributions of Latin American and many Third World countries would probably display expansive population pyramids. Total population Male female 1,362,053,154 700,022,547 662,030,607 Total population Male Female 1,807,878,574 915,650,957 892,227,617 By the year 2020 - the population of India has exploded, with a massive increase especially in the 0 to 19 age group. Looking at yr 2050 the population seems to be increasing at a decreasing stage. ...read more.

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1990 India 59 World 55 Economically Active Males, Ages 15-19 (%) 2005 India 50 World 47 Economically Active, Female, Ages 15+, 1995-2002 (%) India 41 World 54 Economically Active, Male, Ages 15+, 1995-2002 (%) India 86 World 80 GNI PPP Per Capita, 2007 (US$) India $2,740 World $9,600 Population Living Below US$1 per Day (%) India 44.2 World - EDUCATIONAL STATUS INDIA Literacy Rate, Ages 15-24, 2000-04, Female (%) India 65 World 82 Literacy Rate, Ages 15-24, 2000-04, Male (%) India 80 World 89 Literate Women as % of Literate Men, Ages 15-24, 2000-04 India 81 World 92 Primary School Enrollment, 2000, % of School-Age Females Enrolled India 109 World - Primary School Enrollment, 2000, % of School-Age Males Enrolled India 92 World - Secondary School Enrollment, Female, 1990 (as % of school-age male enrollment) India 60 World 79 Secondary School Enrollment, Female, 2000/2004 (as % of school-age enrollment) India 47 World 63 Secondary School Enrollment, Female, 2000/2004 (as % of school-age male enrollment) ...read more.

Conclusion

United States 101 World 79 Secondary School Enrollment, Female, 2000/2004 (as % of school-age enrollment) United States 94 World 63 Secondary School Enrollment, Female, 2000/2004 (as % of school-age male enrollment) United States 100 World 95 Secondary School Enrollment, Male, 2000/2004 (as % of school-age enrollment) United States 94 World HEALTH CARE STATUS USA Children Fully Vaccinated, Poorest Fifth (%) United States - World - Children Fully Vaccinated, Middle Fifth (%) United States - World - Children Fully Vaccinated, Richest Fifth (%) United States - World - Children Stunted, Poorest Fifth (%) United States - World - Children Stunted, Middle Fifth (%) United States - World - Children Stunted, Richest Fifth (%) United States - World - Current Smokers, Female Students Ages 13-15 (%) United States 18 World - Current Smokers, Male Students Ages 13-15 (%) United States 18 World - Malnourished Women, Poorest Fifth (%) United States - World - Malnourished Women, Middle Fifth (%) United States - World - Malnourished Women, Richest Fifth (%) United States - World - Undernourished Population, 2002-2004 (%) United States <2.5 World 14 Underweight Children Age <5 (%) United States 1 World 6 ...read more.

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