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  • Kalpesh Agrawal

Crude Death Rate

CRUDE DEATH RATE is the total number of deaths in a population of a given geographical area (country, state, district, pin code, etc.) divided by the total population for the same geographical area and multiplied by 1,000 during the same year.


Calculation:


(Total Deaths / Total Population) * 1000


Example:

43,342 deaths in Hyderabad during the calendar year 2011.

6,809,970 = estimated 2011 mid-year population for Hyderabad.


So, (43,342 / 6,809,970) * 1000 = 6.36 deaths per 1000 population in 2011 in Hyderabad.



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