Academic Task-1 (table)Posted by Falak on August 31, 2021 at 6:09 PM
The tables below give the distribution of world population 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.
Write at least 150 words.
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The table illustrates the information about how percentage wise world population divided based on different regions from 1950 to 2050.
Overall, it can be seen clearly that the world population had been in increasing trend and will rise eventually by 2050. Moreover, i could see an upward/downward trend in percentages with some fluctuations as per the regions.
To begin with, Africa is the only region with continuous improvement of 9% in 1950 to 13% in 2000 and will go up till 20% in 2050. Europe and NA both are in declining state. The population in Europe is falling consistently with the difference of 10% and 5% whereas NA is decreasing with marginal difference of 2% and 1%.
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The tables illustrate the information in percentage wise about the world population estimation in 2050, based on what distributed in past, within different regions from 1950 to 2000.
Overall, it can be seen clearly that the world population had been in increasing trend from past 50 years and will rise eventually by 2050. Moreover, it could be observed that Oceania was the least in proportion among all the regions.
To begin with, Africa is the only region with continuous improvement of 9% in 1950 to 13% in 2000 and would go up till 20% in 2050. Europe and NA both are in declining state. The population in Europe has been fallen consistently with the difference of 10% and 5%. Likewise, NA went down with marginal difference of 2% and 1%, from past 100 years. Similarly, both LA and Oceania got hiked initially from 1950 to 2000 by 3 percent and almost 1 percent but remained steady at 9% and 1% in 2050. However, Asia showed some minimal fluctuations in contribution from 1950 to 2050 (i.e., 4% and 1% respectively).
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Africa is the only region with continuous improvement (increase in contribution) of 9% in 1950 to 13% in 2000 and would go up till 20% in 2050.
However, Europe and NA ( North America) both are in declining state
LA (Latin America) and Oceania got hiked initially from 1950 to 2000 by 3 percent and almost 1 percent but remained steady at 9% and 1% in 2050 (respectively)
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The given tables give information about the population of the world altogether and its region wise distribution in 3 years, 1950, 2000 and 2050.
Overall, the data shows ever increasing trend in world population, of which more than half is confined to the continent Asia also, the data almost never increases in Oceania in all the years.
The number of people were 2.5 billions in 1950, majority of whom (56%) were found in Asia, following which Europe hosted about a quarter of world’s population accounting for 22%. Whereas, the other three regions could together contribute only to a quarter simultaneously. Thereafter, in 2000, with a total of 6 billions, there were increase in the data from Asia (60%), Africa (13%) and Latin America (9%) while, only one-fifth of the entire population resided in all other regions combined.
The projected estimate to 2050 shows that the population will rise by 50% to reach 9 billions while, Asia continues to hold the largest number of people. However, the data is expected to have a significant rise (50%) in Africa from 13% to 20%. Remaining regions will only contribute to one-fifth of world’s population in the same year. In contrast, the population of Oceania never increase, but remains same at about 1% in all the years.
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The tables illustrate the comparison of population in the world between 1950 and 2000 in percentage , and its future projection in 2050 .
Overall , the tables show how global population is increased through 50 years period , and forecasted to rise by the year 2050 .Also, it has clearly observed that the biggest population goes to Asia , and the smallest in Oceania .
To start with , Africa is the only one which grow through the period, starting from 9% in 1950 and expected to be 20% in 2050 . However , largest population in the beginning was in Asia around 56% and will increased to 60% in 2000 ,but the figure is experiencing some swell to 59% in 2050.
On the other hand ,region such as Europe and North America started from 22% and 7% ,had shrunk in population size by 10% and 2% and expected shrink further by another 5 % and 1%, whereas Latin America and Oceania, expected to stabilize at 9 % and 1 % respectively.
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The tables illustrate the comparison of population in the world between 1950 and 2000 in percentage ,(in billions along with its region wise distribution in percentage)
has clearly observed that the biggest (contributor of population is Asia) goes to Asia , and the smallest in Oceania .
Africa is the only one which grow (grew) through the period,
argest population in the beginning was in Asia around 56% and will increased to 60% in 2000 ,but the figure is experiencing some swell to 59% in 2050. (Asia remained the largest contributor of population throughout the period with ……)
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The table illustrate the distribution of world population in 1950 and 2000 and also an estimated situation in 2050. The unit is measured in percentage.
It is clearly seen from the graph that the world population in 1950 was 2.5 billion which was increased 6.0 billion in 2020. Also the estimated value for the year 2050, the world population would be 9.0 billion. One more chart which depict the world population by region and even gives the estimated value for each region. According to the chart, Asia shows the highest population in 2000 where as the population of Oceania was extremely low that is <1 %.
Asia was the only region which was having constantly increased population and there estimated population in 2050 is growing with the percentage of 59%. In 1950, Africa, Latin America and North America having almost similar population which is between 5-10%. In 2050, the estimated population is calculated that does not show many variation but some of the regions like Europe faces reduction in the number of population as compare to other regions.
Overall the conclusion is that the regions like Oceania shows similar number of population throughout which was the lowest among all. similarly Asia shows population which keep on adding.
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The given table illustrates the data of world population in billions along with region wise proportion in the year 1950, 2000 and their future estimation in the year 2050.
Overall, it is evident that the world population will grow in numbers and Africa will experience the highest growth in population while Europe and North America will be the only region with decreasing rate of population growth. The other regions remain nearly stable throughout the period.
The world population experience constant growth from 2.5 billion in the year 1950 to an estimated 9 billion in the year 2050. Africa had 9% of the total world population in the year 1950, which will nearly double to 20% in 2050, the only region with a positive growth rate. On the other side, Europe and North America are the only region with a negative population growth rate, starting at 22% & 7% in the year 1950 and will end with 7% and 4% in the year 2050, respectively.
The remaining regions, i.e. Asia, Latin America, and Oceania show a similar pattern of variation in the percentage of population growth for the given time period, starting at the lowest value in the year 1950, increased to the maximum value in 2000, estimated to remain constant till the year 2050.
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This table demonstrates widespread population of the world in the year 1950 , 2000 and also estimated future values for 2050.
Overall , the world community shows a massive increase from 2.5 to 9 from the year 1950 to 2050 approximately. In particular, Africa shows a significant rise in the residents between the years 1950 to 2050 whereas Asia and Oceania nearly maintained their momentum in the same range.
On the one hand, Africa’s rate increased from 9 percent in 1950 to 20 percent in 2050 travelling through 13 percent in the mid year 2000 whereas Europe’s inhabitants had a constant decline from 22 percent in 1950 to 12 percent in 2000 with an estimate of 7 percent for the year 2050. In addition to this, North America had a gradual fall of 7 to 4 percentage from 1950 to 2050.
On the other hand, Asia which had a initial percent of 56 in 1950 grew upto 60 percent in 2000 forecasted to fall again by 1 percent in 2050. While Latin America grew from 7 in 1950 to increase of 4 percent in 2000 and are expected to remain constant till 2050 similar to Oceania which remained at 1% almost constant throughout the three centuries.
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Africa shows (showed) a significant
In feature paragraph 1 , data related to 2050 is expected to project with future tense or terminology.
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The table depicts information about the world population in billions but percentage wise for regions in the years 1950 and 2000 and also shows an estimated population for 2050.
Overall, it can be seen clearly that world population has followed a upward trend for the last 50 years and will adopt the same trend of increment in the next fifty years. Asia region has remained the most densely populated area while Oceania region, the least populated area.
Africa remained the only region which saw a continuous improvement of 9% in 1950 and 13% in 2000 and will go up till 20% in 2050. More than half of the world population resided in Asia i.e,56% in 1950 and remained the largest contributor for the year 2000 at 60% but will see a decline of just 1% in 2050. Europe and North America both followed a declining pattern throughout the periods. Europe showed a steady decline of 10% in 2000 from 22% to12% and in 2050, will decrease by 5% from 12% to 7%. North America’s population went down by 2% from 7%to 5% in 2000 and will go down by 1% from 5% to 4%in 2050.
Latin America showed an increase of 3% from 6% to 9% in past 50 years but will remain same at 9% for the next 50 years. Oceania remained constant and will remain same at 1% for all the years.
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The table(s)depicts (depict)
s followed a (an) upward trend
word “decline” got repetitive usage , it could be replaced with other verbs
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The given table illustrates the population of various continent namely Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and Oceania in years 1950, 2000 and also predicted future situation of year 2050 in percentage.
Overall, it seems world population has gradually increased from year 1950 to 2050, although the population of continent like Asia, Europe and North America estimated decreasing trend in year 2050 as compared to 2000.
In year 2000, overall population has increased to 6 billion as compared to year 1950 that is 2.5 billion, as per calculation future population of year 2050 is predicted as 9 billion.
In year 2050, residents of Africa predicted as 20% of total population which is 7% and 11% higher than year 2000 and 1950 respectively. Residents of Asia is 60% in year 2000 which 4% more than year 1950 and 1% more than year 2050. Population of Europe and North America shown gradually decreasing trend which 22%, 12%, 7% and 7%, 5%, 4% respectively. On other hand, Residents of Lathe America and Oceania is decrease in year 2000 as compared to 1950 but no change estimated in year 2050.
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The given table (tables) illustrates (illustrate)
the population of continent like Asia, Europe and North America (is) estimated (to follow ) decreasing trend
compared to year 1950 that is (which was) 2.5 billion
In year 2050, residents of Africa predicted (distribution ) as 20% of total population which is 7% and 11% higher than year 2000 and 1950 respectively.
Population of Europe and North America (has) shown gradually
Lathe America and Oceania is (has) decrease in year 2000 as compared to 1950 but no change (is) estimated in year 2050.
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The table depicts the information and estimate about the world population in total as well as in percentage for various regions for the year 1950, 2000 and 2050.
Overall, the total population in the world is increased rapidly from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 6 billion in 2000 and it will follow the upward trend in future also.
Asia remains the most densely populated area throughout the years from 56% in 1950 to 60% in 2000 and it is estimated to host around 59% of total population in 2050.
In 1950, the population of Africa and Latin America was 9% and 6% of total population respectively and it rises to 13% and 9% in 2000. Also the population of these two regions are expected to rise gradually in year 2050 also.
Europe and North America are the regions which show the gradual decrease in share of total population. It is estimated that Europe will host around 7% of total world population whereas NorthAmerica will host 4% in the year 2050.
Oceania remains the only region which has a constant share in total population of around 1% and it will expect to remain same in 2050.
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The table illustrate the distribution of world population in the year 1950 and 2000, with a approximation of the situation in 2050.
It is clear from the above world population table that the distribution is risen from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 6 billion in 2000 and a estimation of 9 billion in 2050.
it is seen from the region table of distributed world population that Africa is the only region which has increased gradually from 9% in 1950 to 13% in 2000 and will rise up till 20% in 2050. Oceania is the region with lowest distribution of less than 1% and equal to 1% . Europe and North America are decreasing gradually with 22% to 12% and till 7% , whereas 7% to 5% till 4% in years 1950, 2000 and 2050 respectively. Latina America was 6% at first in 1950 and was constant with 9% in both the years follow on. Asia has the highest compared to any year of any region with 56% in 1950, 60% in 2000 and it decreased a bit down till 59% in 2050, but it is still the top estimate compared to other regions.
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The table present us with the percentage wise data of world population trend from 1950 to 2000 across various parts of the world. It also give us an estimate of how the trend will be in 2050.
Altogether it is quite evident most of the continents have an increasing trend, where some have got no change in the percentage and few are facing decrease in the population percentage.
If we take a closer look, Africa and Asia has seen a rise from 1950 to 2000 whereas, North America and Europe stats have declined to 12 % and 9% respectively in 2000 and following the trend of receding in 2050 as well. Compare to all the others, Latin America and Oceania are having a slight growth from 1950 to 2000, thereafter maintaining a constant growth in 2050.
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word count is 136 words, certainly the response is under length
unit of measurement is missing
two feature paragraphs are required.
“Overall” is advised to mention in overview.
lack of grouping and comparison of data.
Make use of cohesive devices in order to maintain cohesion throughout.
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The table compares about the proportion of people and their distributions among six different regions in the globe in 1950 and 2000, with anticipated totals for 2050.
Overall, it can be seen that while the population of people in Asia and Africa is set to grow, but in Europe and North America is decreasing . Only Oceania is likely to remain stable throughout the period maintaining 1%.
Asia stood at 56% in 1950, which was the highest percentage of all given distributions, and the figure is set to experience a small rise to 59% in 2050. On the other hand,for Europe there was a sharp slid to 12% in 2000, approximately two times much less than 22% in 1950. Ultimately , the percentage is predicted to hit 7% in 2050. Latin America had 6% of the world population; this figure rise to 9% in 2000.
The population was only 7% and 5% in 1950 and 2000 correspondingly for North America and is going to shrink marginally to 4% over the following fifty years. Nonetheless, Africa will have nearly doubled by 2050 from 9% to 20%.
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The tables illustrate the world population across three time periods starting from 1950 till 2050 and across six regions namely Africa,Asia,Europe,Latin America,North America and Oceania.
Overall, it can be seen that there has been an increasing trend in world population throughout the time period and is expected to continue the same pattern by 2050.Also it has to be noted that Oceania is the region where the distribution of population is the least during these years.
Africa is the only region which demonstrates a rise in population from 9% and estimated to rise till 22 % by 2050.However in regions like Asia,Europe and North America the proportion of population in 1950 and 2000 were higher,but is estimated to reduce by 2050.
the other hand,areas such as Latin America and Oceania have an interesting
feature.The proportion of the population in these areas is approximately
computed to remain the same in 2000 and by the end of the next 50 years.
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unit of measurement is missing
d estimated to rise till 22 % (20%)
proportion of population in 1950 and 2000 were (was) higher
sentence structure could be improved.