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LET'S MOVE TO DENMARK CUZ WE'RE COOL BEANSSS

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  • Sure! I'm glad a random 8th grade project of mine is coming in useful...
  • Denmark mostly depends on Services as a source of income for most of the residents. In fact, a little more than ¾ of the population depends on it. Industries are also quite important in Denmark, as a lot of the products are used in trading as well and help it flourish. Agriculture is important too, and 1% of the population works in that field. Here's a pie chart to explain!
  • This is pretty cool! I'm moving to Denmark, y'all! But let me a read a little more...
  • Zzz (Dorm 3 freshman) +91 9892619315
  • Hey, are you really moving to Denmark! Why not stay in India?
  • Umm, okay...
  • D'you remember the project in 8th grade you did about India? Go read the development section.
  • Unit 3 Project Guide by Zzz Country- India India is placed in the south, with its tip bordered by the ocean, so the south region depends on the sea. India has 39.6% of its population with sanitation facilities which is much lower than Denmark. India’s life expectancy is 68.5 years, which is close to Denmark, but about 10 years lower. India’s population pyramid shows the population increasing quite a lot, and then decreasing slightly. The older population again, probably suffered in a war. But since the population has increased drastically, resources are definitely running low, That might explain why some of the youngest and oldest population is decreasing, as they require the most resources to live which they cannot get. Services: 45% Agriculture: 17% Industries: 29.7% India exports petroleum products, precious stones, vehicles, machinery, iron and steel, chemicals, pharmaceutical products, cereals and apparel, and imports crude oil, precious stones, machinery, chemicals, fertilizer, plastics, iron and steel.
  • Yeah, I see why you'd move to Denmark... But there's plenty of great places out there, closer to home!
  • Hang on, I'll show you why. Switch on your Mac's messages.
  • IneedtoZzz: Well, why not Afghanistan? InsertNameHereK: Well, Afghanistan has a life expectancy of 51.3 years of age, but due to war, most young individuals are made to fight. It is placed between Iran and Pakistan, and as both of them are currently facing rebellions and war, residents are endangered by the positioning of their country and are often forced to leave. It is a landlocked country and is therefore unable to get any produce from the sea. 31.9% of the population has access to sanitation facilities, which is pretty far away from Denmark’s rate. IneedtoZzz: Woah, you need to work on your summarising skills. But okay.
  • IneedtoZzz: Well, how'd you like Pakistan? InsertNameHereK: Pakistan’s population pyramid shows the population growing excessively in every generation. Since the population is growing and resources are running out, the older the population, the more deaths due to not enough resources for each individual. Also, due to many wars causing mass death, the oldest population is extremely small in number. And I'm Indian, so that's a terrible idea. IneedtoZzz: Yeah, I get your point. But just move to Kenya, or Somalia! That's where I come from, and I love it!
  • InsertNameHereK: Well, no offense but Kenya doesn't have many opportunities, just look at the employment chart! Services: 49.2% Agriculture: 32.9% Industries: 17.8% IneedtoZzz: Well, yeah. But Somalia's great, isn't it? InsertNameHereK: Well, not from a trading point of view. Somalia exports livestock, bananas, hides, fish, charcoal and scrap metal, and imports manufactures, petroleum products, foodstuffs and construction materials. They spend too much on imports and therefore struggle with providing other resources for the population, which doesn't make it very ideal to stay there.
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