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Livingston 1 Luke Livingston Mrs. Bassett Human Geography 6 October 2014 Population Growth in Graph The graph appears to be going at a stable incline and does not change throughout any part in the line graph The only reason the graph looks as though it is going at a steady rate when in fact the pace of increases in population is in fact much more dramatic. The increase for each year shown on the table increases between 400 and 800. But the interval for each year in the beginning is 50 from 1800-1900 then it goes to 30, then to 20 and for the rest of the shown years it goes by 10. This means that it required far more years in the past to add up the same interval than the rate of increase towards the present and future.

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