The magnitude of population growth refers to _________.
The magnitude of population growth refers to the number of persons added each year.
It is obtained by simply subtracting the earlier population from the later population, which is referred to as the absolute increase, the rate or the pace of population increase is the other important aspect, which is studied in per annum and referred to as the annual growth rate.
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