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(a) (i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(b)
(c) (i)
(ii)
(d)(i)
(ii)
GCSE DEVELOPMENT ANSWERS TO QUESTION 1
1. the UK: 15 deaths per thousand live births (accept 14 - 16) 2. Malawi: 165 deaths per thousand live
births (accept 164 - 166)
1. The least food per person: Nepal 2.…

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day * average calorie intake per person per day * number of doctors per thousand people
The table shows three different levels of economic development: * MEDCs/rich `North' with high
standards of living, long life expectancy etc. (UK = US$ 16,750, 77 years) * Newly industrialising
countries (NICs)/developing countries with…

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The (e) (i)
use of only one indicator does not give a fully accurate picture of life in the country: * GNP per
person is a measure of average wealth * which could be distorted by a very wealthy sector of society, e.g.
oil-rich sheik's in countries
like Saudi Arabia…

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GCSE DEVELOPMENT ANSWERS TO QUESTION 2
(a) (i)
The GNP of a country: * is an estimate of the value of a country's production in US dollars * measures
the value of goods and services produced in a country, plus the balance, positive or
negative of income from abroad (includes…

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(a) (i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(b)
(c) (i)
(ii)
(d)(i)
(ii)
GCSE DEVELOPMENT ANSWERS TO QUESTION 1
1. the UK: 15 deaths per thousand live births (accept 14 - 16) 2. Malawi: 165 deaths per thousand live
births (accept 164 - 166)
1. The least food per person: Nepal 2.…

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day * average calorie intake per person per day * number of doctors per thousand people
The table shows three different levels of economic development: * MEDCs/rich `North' with high
standards of living, long life expectancy etc. (UK = US$ 16,750, 77 years) * Newly industrialising
countries (NICs)/developing countries with…

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The (e) (i)
use of only one indicator does not give a fully accurate picture of life in the country: * GNP per
person is a measure of average wealth * which could be distorted by a very wealthy sector of society, e.g.
oil-rich sheik's in countries
like Saudi Arabia…

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GCSE DEVELOPMENT ANSWERS TO QUESTION 2
(a) (i)
The GNP of a country: * is an estimate of the value of a country's production in US dollars * measures
the value of goods and services produced in a country, plus the balance, positive or
negative of income from abroad (includes…

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