## Graph Chart Population Growth Rate in Bangladesh

The description of the graph chart about the population growth rate in Bangladesh is an important writing topic for the SSC and HSC examinations. So, the SSC and HSC examinees should know the way to describe the graph chart of the population growth rate in Bangladesh.

A high population growth rate is good for countries that have a lot of land and fewer people. However, the high growth rate of population is not desirable in countries like Bangladesh where the number of people is more compared to the amount of land.

Already the density of the population in Bangladesh is unbearable. So, the growth of the population is not good news for Bangladesh. Rather, there should be a negative growth rate of population in Bangladesh to maintain compatibility between the population and the amount of land.

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### Graph Chart Population Growth Rate in Bangladesh

The graph chart below shows the population growth rate in Bangladesh from 2009 to 2014. Now describe the graph in your own language. You should highlight and summarize the information given in the graph.

The graph chart shows the data of the population growth rate of Bangladesh from 2009 to 2014.

In the graph, we notice that in 2009 the population growth rate was 2.80% in Bangladesh. It was the highest growth rate among the years given in the graph.

The next year in 2010, the growth rate of the population dropped a little bit than the previous year 2009. This year the growth rate was 2.16%. Dropping the growth rate of the population in Bangladesh is a positive sign.

In 2011, the growth rate of the population continued to decrease like the previous year 2010. This year the population growth rate was 1.90% which was 2.80% – 1.90% = 0.9% less than the year 2009.

The fourth column in the graph shows the data for the year 2012. This year the population growth rate increased unexpectedly than the previous year 2011. The growth rate in 2012 was 2.10% which was 2.10 – 1.90 = 0.2% more than the year 2011. This is a negative sign for Bangladesh.

The data for the year 2013 is shown in the fifth column of the graph. In 2013, there was a significant decline in the population growth rate in Bangladesh. The population growth rate in that year was 1.50%. The number indicates a very good sign of the negative growth rate of the population in Bangladesh in the year 2013. It was 2.10% – 1.50% = 0.6% less than the previous year 2012.

The last and sixth column in the graph represents the year 2014. The information in the sixth column of the graph shows that in 2014 the population growth rate was 1.33%. The data for 2014 shows a positive trend with a significant decline in the growth rate of the population. The percentage of the decrease in the population growth rate in 2014 was 1.50% – 1.33% = 0.17% than in 2013. Though the percentage of decline was small it was noticeable.

To sum up the description of the graph of the population growth rate in Bangladesh from 2009 to 2014 we can say that there was the highest population growth rate in the year 2009 and the lowest growth rate was in the year 2014. Except for 2012, the ultimate result was positive. Because there was a continuous trend of falling down the percentage of the population growth rate. In 2014 the growth rate was 1.33% which was 2.80% in 2009.

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