Antigua and Barbuda: Population growth (annual %) -0.04 अगस्त 20, 2020

Antigua and Barbuda: Population growth (annual %)

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Population growth (annual %)

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Antigua and Barbuda

सांख्यिकी: Population growth (annual %)

आवधिकता Annual
तारीख 1960 - 2019
पिछला मूल्य 0.9 (2018)
मूल्य 0.9 (2019)

परिभाषा: Population growth (annual %)

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Annual population growth rate for year t is the exponential rate of growth of midyear population from year t-1 to t, expressed as a percentage . Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

अनुसूची - Antigua and Barbuda: Population growth (annual %) (1960 - 2019)

विकास की प्रासंगिकता: Population growth (annual %)

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Patterns of development in a country are partly determined by the age composition of its population. Different age groups have different impacts on both the environment and on infrastructure needs. Therefore the age structure of a population is useful for analyzing resource use and formulating future policy and planning goals with regards infrastructure and development.

सीमाएं और अपवाद: Population growth (annual %)

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Because the five-year age group is the cohort unit and five-year period data are used in the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects, interpolations to obtain annual data or single age structure may not reflect actual events or age composition. For more information, see the original source.

सांख्यिकीय अवधारणा और कार्यप्रणाली: Population growth (annual %)

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Total population growth rates are calculated on the assumption that rate of growth is constant between two points in time. The growth rate is computed using the exponential growth formula: r = ln(pn/p0)/n, where r is the exponential rate of growth, ln() is the natural logarithm, pn is the end period population, p0 is the beginning period population, and n is the number of years in between. Note that this is not the geometric growth rate used to compute compound growth over discrete periods. For information on total population from which the growth rates are calculated, see total population (SP.POP.TOTL).