What does 'per capita' mean in birth and death rate
Asked by ashutosh25807 | 15th Jan, 2018, 07:52: AM
Per capita birth rate (natality rate) is the number of births per individual per unit time interval.
Per capita death rate (mortality rate) is the number of deaths per individual per unit time interval.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 15th Jan, 2018, 11:09: AM
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