How Many Women Are in the World?

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As of 01 July 2007, the population of women in the world was more than 3,301,112,087. The population of all human beings in the whole world was 6,602,224,175. Women were more in number than men at this time.
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They say that the population is equal. I am of the belief that women out number men greatly, possibly two to one or even three to one.
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There are about 6 billion people in the world, so there are probably about 3 billion women in the world.
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If you're happy with your current weight and just want to know how many calories to eat to maintain your weight, you should aim to eat the same number of calories that you burn in
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Well, that's a mighty tricky question. Are we talking just human hairs, or would you like to include the hairs on other mammals, or the hairs on all animals in the world (some insects
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The world’s population is now more than 6.8 billion and continues to grow by 83 million people per year. According to UN Statistics Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs. World Population Prospects: The 2008 Revision, there were 3,386,509,865 women compared to 3,442,850,573 men.
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