anonymous
  • anonymous
How do developed nations and developing nations differ? developed nations have a higher per capita income than developing nations developed nations have a higher birth rate than developing nations developing nations have a lower infant mortality rate than developed nations developing nations have higher levels of urbanization than developed nations
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Nurali
  • Nurali
Developed countries produce large quantities of goods, services, and in general do a lot of manufacturing. Countries such as these use science to improve technology and generally have good health care and education for their people, as well as adequate food, clothing, and housing. Developing countries practice subsistence farming and often have a poor income, clothing, and housing. Very few people in developing countries receive proper health care or education, and life expectancy is relatively short. Most developing countries also lack the resources needed for economic growth.
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's pretty obvious the answer is (A). How do developed nations and developing nations differ? developed nations have a higher per capita income than developing nations i.e. nations like the United States have on average wealthier individuals than nations like Brazil or Afghanistan. developed nations have a higher birth rate than developing nations Clearly false; people in underdeveloped nations without as many resources have higher birth rates. developing nations have a lower infant mortality rate than developed nations Developed nations with more advanced and higher quality medical care would have the lower infant mortality rate, not those who comparatively do not. developing nations have higher levels of urbanization than developed nations Developed nations clearly have higher levels of urbanization! Do you think Western Germany or Albania have more modern city settings?
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