the tables below give information about the world population and distribution in 1950 and 2000, with an estimate of the situation in 2050. summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
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The tables illustrate the world's population and the distribution of these dwellers by regions in 1950 and 2000, but it
alsogives a prediction for 2050.
Overall, the continent with the vast majority of
peopleis the Asian continent and the region with the least
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Moreover, it is estimated that in 2050 the world population grow by 6.5 billion. The tendency of the European region is to plummet by 15% in 2050
whereasAfrica surged by 11% in the same year.
On the other hand, Asia, Latin
Americashow slight fluctuations during the time given by the table.
Americahas a decrease even though not significant.
Additionally, Oceania's populace remains steady. In
thisframework, the exorbitant growth in the earth's inhabitants is seen in 2000 and in 2050. The World's population began at 2.5 billion in 1950, rose to 6.0 in 2000 and afterwards is estimated to be 9.0 billion in 2050. In conclusion, North
Americaand Europe are the only two continents that are predicted to have a fall in the number of
people. Thereby, the number of
peoplehas a significant rise during the framework shown in the tables,
therefore, becomes more populous.
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