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Mathematical Model of Ethiopia’s Population Growth

  title={Mathematical Model of Ethiopia’s Population Growth},
  author={Sintayehu Agegnehu Matintu},
  journal={Journal of Natural Sciences Research},
The purpose of this paper is to use mathematical models to predict the population growth of Ethiopia. Ethiopia is an overpopulated country in Africa next to Nigeria. It shares a border with Eritrea to the North and Northeast, Djibouti and Somalia to the East, Sudan and South Sudan to the West, and Kenya to the South. The Malthus’s and the logistic growth models are applied to model the population growth of Ethiopia using data from.... 

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