a. The birthrate becomes higher than the death rate. b. The birthrate stays the same and the death rate increases. c. The birthrate becomes lower than the death rate. d. The birthrate and the death rate remain the same.
The death rate becomes higher than the birthrate.
Population begins to decrease i think
Is positive - provided there is no emigration.
when the number of predators increase or when the death rate is higher than the birthrate
Population growth is negative when birthrate is less than death rate.
A higher birthrate than death rate. More immigration than emigration.
the birthrate is higher than the death rate
Usually yes, but you do have to take migration, immigration into account.
C when the death rate is greater than the birthrate.
Provided there is no net migration, the population growth becomes positive.
False.. if the birthrate is greater than the death rate... the population INCREASES !
if the death rate was higher than the birth rate or the birth rate was higher than the death rate
If the birth rate is higher than the death rate, the population increases. If the death rate is higher than the birth rate, the population decreases.
No because when the death rate is higher than the birth rate, the population will decrease.
The birthrate has changed and gone much higher than before.
If the birth rate is lower than the death rate, then the population will become smaller, unless it's compensated through immigration.
The birth rate becomes higher than the Death rate
when the birth rate is higher than the death rate
The birth rate in the country of Columbia is 1.29 per population. The Colombian birthrate is average for South America, but much higher than the United States and Europe.