# The table below provides predicted population data about the world and India. a) What percent of the world population is predicted to live in India in

The table below provides predicted population data about the world and India.
a) What percent of the world population is predicted to live in India in 2035? Round your result to one decimal place.
b) What percent of the world population is predicted to live in India in 2050? Round your result to one decimal place.
c) Calculate the absolute change in the predicted population of India between 2035 and 2050. Round your result to the nearest whole number.
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Step 1
Given:
$\begin{array}{|cc|}\hline & \text{Predicted population (millions)}\\ \text{Region}& 2035& 2050\\ \text{World}& 8,933& 9,882\\ \text{India}& 1,655.7& 1670.1\\ \hline\end{array}$
Step 2
a) World population is predicted to live in $2035=8,933$ Millions India population is predicted to live in $2035=1,655.7$ Milions Percentage of the world population is predicted to live in India in 2035

$=18.5$ (Rounded to one decimal place).
Therefore, Percentage of the world population is predicted to live in India in 2035 is $18.5\mathrm{%}.$
Step 3
b) World population is predicted to live in $2050=9,882$ Millions India population is predicted to live in $2050=1,670.1$ Milions Percentage of the world population is predicted to live in India in 2050

$=16.9$ (Rounded to one decimal place).
Therefore, Percentage of the world population is predicted to live in India in 2050 is $16.9\mathrm{%}.$
Step 4
c) The absolute change describes the actual increase or decrease from a reference value to a new value:
Absolute change=new value -reference value
Absolute change
$=14.4$
14 (Rounded to the nearest whole number)
Therefore, the absolute change in the predicted operation of India between 2035 and 2050 is 14 Millions.