# 1. Does population growth always compound the problem of poverty? 2. a) Explain any two causes of poverty?    b) There are two board approaches to eradicate poverty: i) Increase in social spending by the government ii) GDP growth Which of the two would you prefer , if you were the Prime Minister of country? 3. An economic survey revealed that 30 families in a town incur the following expenditure in a day (rupees) 11 12 14 16 16 17 18 18 20 20 20 21 23 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 28 31 32 32 21 33 22 36 22 38             i) Convert those data in the form a frequency distribution, using the following class intervals. 10-14,    15-19,       20-24,      25-29,           30-34,       35-39 How many families spend more than 29 rupees a day?? Show in percentage form.

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Question 1) Yes, population growth always compounds to the poverty problem. Poverty does cause population growth and population growth does cause poverty. They go hand in hand .
Question 2)(a)Two causes of poverty :
•  lack of education
• population growth
(b)If I were the Prime minister of country , I would prefer increase in social spending by government as more appropriate option to eradicate poverty. By increase in social spending , more people will get education and education will help to eradicate poverty from the nation .

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