- Oct 11, 2009
for question 8, A and C say "initiatives prior to the 1970s"
now, this means a 'significant' reduction of mortality would have been evidenced before and at 1970s
from the graph, it shows a gradual decrease from the 1950s
hence, A and C are ruled out.
This leaves C and D. Deaths per population has nothing to do with life expectancy, so D is the most correct answer by logic, confirmed with 2 pdhpe teachers now
Question 1 was Coronary Heart DiseaseFor Q8, I agree i looked again and thought it was A, but i see the deaths stayed the same basically from 50's-70's so definately not significant, I had D but the graph really doesn't ay anything about prevalence then again to die from it you must have it.
Also what where everyones answer for Q1???
I swear it was lung cancer, oh damn i'm pretty sure my whole class would have put that because we had had a disscussion on it before when it came up in previousQuestion 1 was Coronary Heart Disease
Check the textbook, im pretty sure its Coronary Heart Disease. Did your whole class put lung cancer or CHD?I swear it was lung cancer, oh damn i'm pretty sure my whole class would have put that because we had had a disscussion on it before when it came up in previous
papers :| an i am still unsure on Q8 it says significant decline and it hardly even decreased?? i suppose we will find out later
Lung cancer is the biggest cause of death for cancers but CHD is the biggest for all deathsyeah no, i looked it up on australia's health 2010 it is CHD, i put lung cancer :| our class had discussed it before and saw it was lung for both genders that
was obviously the wrong data, oh well