Micheal1234
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For questions 1 through 3, read each question carefully. Choose the best answer for each question or statement. 1. Which of the following is an example of a constrictive population pyramid? (1 point) when there is a larger number of elderly people than young when there is a larger number of younger people than elderly when there is a relatively equal number for all ages
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Micheal1234
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2. Which of the following is an example of an expansive population pyramid? (1 point) when there is a larger number of elderly people than young when there is a larger number of younger people than elderly when there is a relatively equal number for all ages 3. Which of the following is an example of a stationary population pyramid? (1 point) when there is a larger number of elderly people than young when there is a larger number of younger people than elderly when there is a relatively equal number for all ages

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