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Difference Between Developed and Developing Countries!

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Courtney Osburn

on 25 March 2013

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Transcript of Difference Between Developed and Developing Countries!

By: Robyn Chanate, Christopher Mahaney and Courtney Osburn Developing or Underdeveloped Countries Here's a video about underdeveloped countries. Developed Countries An underdeveloped country is a country that isn't developed yet. It has a poor medical system and a poor educational system. Africa is a good example. They're *Life Expectancy ranges from 30-60 years. Life Expectancy For Developed Countries And Developing Countries! :) The Difference Between Developed and Developing Countries! They have a higher *Per Capita Income than underdeveloped countries or developing countries.

They have a better educational system and medical help. Here is a video about the difference between Developed and Developing Countries. Literacy Rate graph by region and gender! :) End Notes and Bibliography Information is from: Wikipedia :)

Videos from: YouTube
Comparing Developed and Developing Countries Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kRC6FZr-Nk

Difference Between Developed and Developing Countries: www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DF5M3f2Iz8 Questions!! What's Per Capita Income?

What is Literacy Rate?

What is a Developed Country?

What is a Developing Country?

What is Life Expectancy? Answers 1. Per Capita Income is the nations
income divided by the population.
2. Literacy Rate is how many people above
the age of 15 can read and write.
3. A developed country is a country that
has a high level of development.
4. A developing country is a country that
is poor.
5. Life Expectancy is how long a person is expected to live.
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