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  • 1. Population Pyramids:
    Anomalies & Imbalances
  • 2. Describe the gender imbalance that affect babies in this pyramid
    Suggest TWO reasons that might explain this imbalance
  • 3. Describe the gender imbalance at the center of the pyramid
    Suggest one reason that might explain this imbalance
  • 4. Describe the gender imbalance at the center of the pyramid
    Suggest one reason that might explain this imbalance
  • 5. Describe the gender imbalance at the center of the pyramid
    Suggest TWO reasons that might explain this imbalance
  • 6. Describe the anomaly for people aged 15-19
    Suggest one reason that might have caused this anomaly
    Suggest challenges and opportunities resulting from the fact that Rwanda’s median age is 18.6
  • 7. Describe the gender imbalance for people who are over 80
    Suggest one reason that might explain this imbalance
  • 8. Describe the anomaly for people aged 45-59
    Suggest one reason that might have caused this anomaly
    Explain how this anomaly create a “ripple effect” for people aged 20-29, and for babies born now
  • 9. Suggest challenges and opportunities resulting from the fact that France’s median age is 39.7
  • 10. Compare the age structures and dependency ratio Niger in 2011 and 2050 (projection)
    Suggest one social challenge to which Niger is confronted to today
    Referring to both pyramids, evaluate how Niger’s fertility and life expectancy might change between now and 2050
    Suggest two reasons which might explain this projected trend
    What kinds of challenges to the economy, public services and infrastructures might Niger be confronted in 2050 according to this projection?
  • 11. Compare the age structures and dependency ratio Japan in 2011 and 2050 (projection)
    Referring to both pyramids, evaluate how Japan’s fertility and life expectancy might change between now and 2050
    Suggest two reasons which might explain this projected trend
    Explain how this trend may snowball in the future if nothing changes
    What kind of social and financial challenges might Japan face in 2050 according to this projection?