Difference between revisions of "Crude birth rate"

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The crude birth rate is the number of births in a given population during a given time period (such as January 1 - December 31) divided by the total population and multiplied by one thousand.
 
The crude birth rate is the number of births in a given population during a given time period (such as January 1 - December 31) divided by the total population and multiplied by one thousand.
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Latest revision as of 12:12, 5 March 2020

The crude birth rate is the number of births in a given population during a given time period (such as January 1 - December 31) divided by the total population and multiplied by one thousand.


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