# De Jure vs De Facto Census Method Quiz

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De jure method

Vital events

Census data

### What kind of data might be collected by registration systems about individuals in a community?

Geographical location

### In the context of a census, what does the term 'de facto' refer to?

Place of physical presence at the time of census

Demography

### What is the principal use of population data in health administration related to?

Setting up norms for assignment of health facilities

### Which method involves assuming that the population increases at a constant amount per year?

Arithmetic Increase Method

### What does Continuous Population Registration consist of?

Registering births, deaths, emigration, and immigration

### Why is it important to estimate the number of households in a smaller area?

To conduct a proper census based on household estimates

### What is the purpose of using the arithmetic increase method in estimating population?

To assume a constant annual increase in population

### In health administration, what is one use of computing vital and health statistics rates and ratios?

Setting up coverage activities

### What does the crude birth rate measure annually?

Number of live births per 1,000 people

### What does the infant mortality rate measure annually?

Number of deaths of children less than 1 year old per 1,000 live births

### What does the total fertility rate represent?

Average number of live births per woman completing her reproductive life

2.11

### What does the general fertility rate measure annually?

Number of deaths of children less than 1 year old per 1,000 live births

### What is the age range typically considered for women in the calculation of age-specific fertility rates?

15-49 years old

Test your knowledge on the de jure and de facto census methods, which determine how people are assigned during a census based on their usual place of residence or physical presence at the time of the census. Explore the differences between these two methods and understand their implications for population estimates.

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