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EXERCISES 1. Table El-1 gives estimated midyear demographic data for the United States and Mexico for the calendar years 2012-2013. Use these data to calculate the estimated net migration for Mexico. Use the blank cells in the table for recording your compu- tations and use the United States column as an example. Remember, the formula needed for these calculations is the growth equation for an open population: Table E1-1 Population Data for the United States and Mexico, July 1, 2012- July 1, 2013 United States 313,847.465 Mexico 2012 Midyear Population 2013 Midyear Population Growth between Both Years Births between Both Years Deaths between Both Years Natural Increase between Both Years Net Migration between Both Years Source US. Census Bureau, 2013. International Data Base 114,975,406 116,220,947 316,668,567 2,821,102 4,293,433 2,633,180 1,660,253 1,160,849 2,169,586 563,379 2. Compute the estimated crude rates for Mexico in Table E1-2. Use the data from Table E1-1 to compute these rates, and the United States column of Table E1-2 as a model. The formula to use for each of these is x100 Table E1-2 Crude Rates for the United States and Mexico, 2012 United States 313,847465 1.40 0.80 0.53 0.90 114,975,406 2012 Midyear Population Crude Birth Rate Crude Death Rate Crude Rate of Natural Increase (%) Crude Growth Rate Normally only the crude growth rate and the rate of natural increase are percentages (per hundred) while births and deaths are expressed as crude rates per thousand. In the above case, then, the US. CBR normally would be expressed as 14.0 and the CDR as 80per 1,000 people. But for the purposes of consis tency in this exercise we calculate per 100 people These are only rough estimates by the Census Bureaus International Data Base; round your rates to the nearest hundredth Source U.S Census Bureau, 2013. nternational Data Base
For reference, this is for a sociology class called population studies if that helps. Please show out work. Need work and answers for 1 & 2, thank you!
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