Determinants And Implication of Population, Size And Growth - SS1 Economics Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What are the determinants of population size and growth?

A

 Fertility rates, mortality rates, migration patterns, and economic conditions

B

Market demand, production levels, and profit margins

 

C

Business size, industry competition, and revenue growth

D

Government policies, technological advancements, and environmental factors

CORRECT OPTION: a
2

How can fertility rates impact population growth?

A

Higher fertility rates can lead to faster population growth

B

Lower fertility rates can lead to slower population growth

 

C

Fertility rates have no impact on population growth

D

Fertility rates only impact mortality rates, not population growth

CORRECT OPTION: a
3

What are some implications of population growth for economic analysis and policy?

A

Changes in demand and supply patterns of a market

B

Changes in social and environmental conditions of a region

 

C

Changes in government policies and regulations

D

All of the above

CORRECT OPTION: a
4

Which of the following is NOT a determinant of population size and growth?

A

 Market demand

B

Mortality rates

C

Migration patterns

D

Economic conditions

 

CORRECT OPTION: a
5

How can migration patterns impact population size and growth?

A

 Migration can increase or decrease population size depending on the direction of movement

B

Migration has no impact on population size and growth

C

Migration can only impact mortality rates, not population size and growth

D

Migration can only impact economic conditions, not population size and growth

CORRECT OPTION: a
6

What is the relationship between fertility rates and population growth?

Higher fertility rates can lead to faster population growth

7

What are some implications of population growth for the environment

A  larger population can have a greater impact on the environment through increased pollution, deforestation, and other forms of resource use.

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