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First Question

Gross Domestic Product (1999)
GDP Per Capita (1999)

Developed Countries: GDP: United States,China,Japan,Germany,India GDP per capita:Luxembourg,Unites States,Monaco,Switzerland,Norway

Developing Countries: GDP:Tuvalu,Kiribati,Marshall Islands,Pilau,Sao Tome and Principe GDP per capita:Sierra Leone,Ethiopia,Tanzania,Cambodia,Democratic Republic of the Congo

Our Observations: Based on the visualization, the more developed countries were the United States, Canada, Scandinavia, Australia and Japan. The least developed countries were located within sub-Saharan Africa and South America. We were able to collect this data based on the range of colours that were produced. These colours ranged from purple (highest GDP) to red (lowest GDP).

Second Question

Population (2005)

The ten most populated countries in the world are China (1.3 million), India (1.08 million), the United States (about 295,000,000), Indonesia (about 241,000,000), Brazil (about 186,000,000), Pakistan (about 162,000,000), Bangladesh (about 144,000,000), Russian Federation (about 143,000,000), Nigeria (about 128,000,000), and Japan (about 127,000,000).

Third Question

Population Density (2000)

The countries that have the greatest population density are Monaco, Singapore, Maldives, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Mauritius, Nauru, Barbados, Tuvalu, the Republic of Korea.

Fourth Question

Population Growth (2010-2015

The countries that have the greatest population growth are Yemen, Uganda, Niger, Somalia, Mali, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Chad, Congo, and Maldives.

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