The graph above shows approximate populations of England at different dates during the Industrial Revolution. According to the graph, what is the difference between the population growth between 1821 and 1831 and the population growth between 1811 and 1821?

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According to the graph what is the difference between the

population growth between eighteen twenty one in eighteen thirty one

and the population growth between eighteen eleven eighteen twenty one

So they're talking about the rate of growth different So

ding ding ding We're talking slope here between this section

and this section and you can tell this one has

a higher slope just visually looking at it than this

one does but didn't give us numbers So let's just

actually think through a problem Here are the good old

days of textile steam engines ripped arms out of their

sockets railways and oh so many people as part of

the Industrial Revolution About one hundred thousand people each year

in fact kind of part of it growing In part

of it we found this answer by starting with slopes

So we got two slopes here twelve minus ten million

people over this ten year period Right And then we're

going to subtract the ten minus nine million people in

this section here That's eighteen twenty one among is eighteen

Elevens We got a ten year period there was that

equal That's two million people over ten years minus one

million people over ten years And that gets us a

million people over ten years or one hundred thousand people

a year Holy Manchester Where's our boy Tommy Malthus When

we need him member population And that's who Malthus is

So the answer is B The difference in population growth

is determined by that slope difference or a hundred thousand 00:01:43.83 --> [endTime] people a year