Calculations involving exponential growth: world population

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Recently the world's population passed seven billion and it continues to grow by 200,000 people every day. Listen to some reasons why our population is growing at such a rate, and the strain this will put on resources such as food and water. This clip provides context for calculations involving exponential growth.

11 January 2013 Edit: 17 February 2018

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