AP Human Geography 1.1 Population
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AP Human Geography 1.1 Population. Over 80% of the world's population live in...what?
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Population Growth and Decline
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when we're stuck in line for two hours to ride Peter Pan for two minutes [People riding a rollercoaster]
while we wait in line let's think about it, it's true that over half of the
global population lives near water and or in cities which are great places to [People looking at the ocean and dolphins jump]
be if you love fish or smog. Still over half is way less than 80% so we'll
have to look elsewhere that means both A and B are out. What about E? Well Asia
does have a pretty big population about 4.4 billion people to put that in [Map of Earth and India population]
perspective if you put all those people in a pile they'd really hate you.. However [Lots of people piled on top of each other]
as big of a number that is, the total world population today is about 7.1
billion so Asia only makes up about 62 percent of the world's population which
means E is out...The only options we have left consider is well economic
development so let's look at some numbers yeah we know it's everyone's [Young girl excited as Santa is sat down]
dream to look at numbers related to economic development... we're basically
Santa. Well it turns out a whopping 80 percent of the world's population lives
in undeveloped or developing countries that means D is our answer now if you'll [Answer D with a green tick]
excuse us, we have to edit the naughty and nice list you try editing a list [Santa editing the naughty and nice list]
with seven billion people on it.