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Use this graph to answer all of the questions in this quiz.
(c) population over time
(d) Can't tell from this graph
(a) A steady increase over the last 1000 years
(b) Little change over time
(c) There is an exponential trend - a steady increase followed by a rapid rise in the past 200 years.
(d) No apparent trend in population
(a) By about 6 billion people
(b) By about 6 people
(c) By about 5 billion people
(a) Population will not change much.
(b) Population will start to decrease.
(c) Population will continue to increase, but very slowly.
(d) Population will continue to increase rapidly.
(a) A pie graph showing the population of the most populous countries
(b) A world map showing population densities and country borders
(c) A table of all of the countries in alphabetical order and their populations
(d) A histogram of all of the countries and their populations
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...a diagram does incomparably better service here than a table.
-J.H. Lambert, 1765
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