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In a particular area where the annual death rate is 35 per 1000 individuals and the annual birth rate is 15, population growth would be -20% -2% 0% 2% 20%

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    To find a percent, divide the part by the whole, and multiply by 100. Since 15 babies are born and 35 people die per 1000, the part is 15 - 35. The whole is 1000. (15 - 35)/1000 * 100

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