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Mathematician help 
2nd-May-2008 04:23 pm
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I need some math help. specifically in statistics. I have the population of one particular continent of my world. The population is currently 2000. I want to calculate how many people I would have in 100 and 200 years given a lifespan of 50 years and an average birthrate of 2 children per family. Anyone good at this kind of thing?

edit: if any other information would be helpful please let me know. I would like the most realistic results possible.
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4th-May-2008 11:15 pm (UTC)
Eh, just tell them somebody cast "Plentiful Children" on the town's wombs or something. Yes, fantasy worlds do still have to make logical sense, but never forget that magic breaks everything.

Or maybe there was a religious revival (Yondalla?) that emphasized proper prenatal care so more children were born alive and more survived to adulthood?

Just make up a couple of witty comebacks like that and then if they get brought up incorporate them into the world retroactively. Or something. ;-)
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