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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Geography Chapter 6: Human Resources

iacst-2022

In this chapter humans have been termed as a resource for people are a nation's greatest resource and a healthy and educated person contributes to the society, they live in. The chapter discusses the population density, factors affecting population density and concludes by discussing the population pyramid of three different countries. Students are to read the chapter very carefully, for the chapter shares some important information with its reader, which has been discussed in higher classes in detail. The following points can describe the chapter-

  • Healthy, educated, and motivated people contribute to the human resource of the country.
  • Population density can be defined as the number of people living in a unit area of the earth's surface.
  • The different factors affecting population distribution are topography, climate, soil, water, minerals, social, cultural, and chapter economics.
  • Life expectancy is the measure of the number of years that an average person can expect to live.
  • The disparity between the birth rate and the country's death rate is called the natural growth rate.
  • Emigrants are people who leave a country whereas immigrants are those who arrive in a country.
  • A population pyramid represents the data of the total population which is divided into various age groups. It also shows the percentage of the total population, which is subdivided into males and females, in each of those groups.

 

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