continuous population

continuous population

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ‚päp·yə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
A population in which a random variable is measuring a continuous characteristic.
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A major contribution to Kitengela's growth is the continuous population growth in Nairobi, resulting in the need for housing and industrial zones outside the city.
The continuous population movement to and from many of these metropolises pose a real risk to the children elsewhere as well.
Egypt is implementing several new cities and urban communities to double the state's urban area and absorb the continuous population increase, which reflects the size of development and investment opportunities currently available in Egypt, according to Fathallah Fawzi, the general manager of the Cityscape Egypt conference.
Jordan faces many challenges related to the continuous population growth, which calls for increasing the demand for public services, especially emergency health services.
It is replaced by the force of massive and continuous population growth which is rewriting planning law, redefining the green belt and ignoring conservationists.
Quettais a city that has seen a continuous population growth owing to multiple factors.
Another concern resulting from continuous population growth is ensuring infrastructure can handle the added stress.
Retail trade can create 42,000 direct jobs and 210,000 indirect jobs, the statement pointed out, adding that with the continuous population growth at an yearly average of 2.6 percent and the pursuing increase in income of the middle class, the consumption growth rate is expected to raise to 12 percent for the coming five years.
Senator (The rapid increase of HIV/AIDS cases especially among the youth, rampant teenage pregnancy and continuous population ballooning are the reasons most of our countrymen are experiencing poverty and have no access to quality government services.
Continuous population growth, as well as a growing number of households will therefore also drive the need for housing.
The continuous population growth caused by the baby boom, globalization and inflation are major factors that contribute to the increasing demand for residential projects.

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