crude birth rate


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crude birth rate

Etymology: L, crudus, raw; ME, burth + L, reri, to reckon
the number of births per 1000 people in a population during 1 year. Compare birth rate, refined birth rate, true birth rate.

birth rate

The number of live births divided by the average population, or the population at midyear.

crude birth rate

The number of live births in a yr divided by population size
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More recently after reviewing various estimates made from the national population surveys and those made by the international agencies and the analysis done at the National Institute of Population Studies, the inter-ministerial committee arrived at a crude birth rate of 39, crude death rate of 10 and a rate of natural increase of 2.
The results of Equation 1, which was run by including all the independent variables as well as the provincial dummy variables show significant positive association of crude birth rate with the disability rate.
Table 1 Birth, Death and Growth Rates during the Sixth Five-Year Plan Period, 1983-88 * Actual Estimated 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 Crude Birth Rate 40.
It may be observed from the table that age structure and marital status, marital status and marital fertility, age structure and marital fertility and proportion females have tended to overstate the changes in the crude birth rate.
Taking extrapolated 2000 census population data for the catchment areas and assuming a crude birth rate of 34/1,000 (DHS 2006).
3) In order to check for stationarity of the unemployment rate, crude birth rate, money growth rate, and GDP growth rate and to determine the order of integration of these endogenous variables, I applied the Dickey-Fuller test.
In addition, general marital fertility rate, crude birth rate, infant mortality rate and person per occupied census house, in which a fall was considered a good sign, here also the border districts performed better than the non-border ones.
Source Crude birth rate Total fertility rate 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Period/year 1951-1956 -- 45.
Fewer babies were born in 2010 than the year prior to the Titanic sailing, with 723,165 being born last year with the crude birth rate down to 13.
The crude birth rate is defined as the number of live births per 1,000 people per year.
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Population projections revealed that the crude birth rate in the Palestinian Territory is expected to drop from 32.