Topic: The chart below gives information about the growth of urban population in certain parts of the world including the prediction of the future.

My task 1:


The bar chart compares the increase of urban population in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the whole world in 1950, 2000 and the projected growth by 2030.

Overall, there was an increase in the proportion of the population in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the whole world in 1950 and 2000. It is anticipated that three regions and the whole world will rise in 2030.

In 1950, the proportion of the population in Latin America was about 41%. After five decades, it increased by 30% and is expected to rise, by 80% in 2030. Similarly, the percentage of urban dwellers in the whole world was 30%. After a decrease in 2000, it is anticipated an increase to 60% in 2030.

The proportion of the population in Africa and Asia was approximately 11% and 12% respectively. In 2000, both Africa and Asia were 39%. Finally, by 2030, it is expected to rise, by 51% in Africa and 58% in Asia.

The bar chart compares the increase of in the urban population in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the whole world in 1950, 2000 and the provides projected growth by out to 2030.

Overall, there was an increase in the proportion of the urban populations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the whole world, in 1950 and 2000. and it is anticipated that three regions and the whole world will rise in this trend will continue over the next decade. 2030.

In 1950, the proportion of the population people living in cities and towns in Latin America was about 41%. After five decades, it increased by 30%, and it is expected to continue rising to reach by 80% in 2030.

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If you want to get a higher mark, you need to extrapolate how North America and Europe might have contributed to the “Whole World” category.

For example, in 1950:

Africa = 10%

Asia = 12%

Latin America = 41%

10+12+41 = 63%

63/3 = 21%

However, the percentage for the whole world was 30%, which means the percentages of North America and/or Europe were higher.

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The bar chart compares the increase in the urban population in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the whole world in 1950, 2000 and provides projected growth out to 2030.

Overall, there was an increase in the proportion of the urban populations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the whole world, and it is anticipated that this trend will continue over the next decade.

In 1950, the proportion of people living in cities and towns in Latin America was about 41%. After five decades, it increased by 30%, and it is expected to continue rising to reach 80% in 2030. Similarly, the percentage of urban dwellers in the whole world was 30%. After an increase to almost 50% decrease in 2000, it is anticipated an increase to rise to 60% in 2030.

The proportions of the population in cities in Africa and Asia was were initially approximately 11% and 12% respectively. In 2000, both Africa and Asia were level at 39%. By 2030, it is expected to rise, by to 51% in Africa and 58% in Asia.

Based on the average percentage of the whole world, it can be inferred that in 1950 the percentages of urban populations for regions not mentioned in the chart, including North America and Europe must have been higher than the world average of 30%. However, for 2000 and out to 2030, the urban population percentages in those regions are close to the world average. were almost 87%. It is expected to increase, by 112% in 2030.

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Here’s the rest of the maths.

In 2000:

Africa = 39%

Asia = 39%

Latin America = 70%

39+39+70 = 148

158/3 = 49.3% This is quite close to the global figure (48%)

In 2030:

Africa = 50%

Asia = 55%

Latin America = 80%

50+55+80 = 185

185/3 = 61.6% This is quite close to the global figure (60%)

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