whats the difference in expanding and stable graph of age structure
Asked by ashutosh25807 | 15th Jan, 2018, 08:06: AM
In an expanding graph of age structure, the pre-reproductive age group is larger than the reproductive age class. This age structure is most common in developing countries.
In a stable graph of age structure, the pre-reproductive age group and reproductive age group are of the same size. This age structure is most common in European countries.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 15th Jan, 2018, 10:54: AM
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