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Aging is a process everybody on this world is intended to pass throughout their lives so knowing this as a fact we can try to defined what aging is according to many experts this is a process in life that for some reasons can be defined from many ways for some people could mean the changes in a lifetime for others can mean the experience and learning skills getting by the time we can defined it as we consider to be the best way for each individual in my opinion is just a mixing of this reasons all together Statistics can be another fact that can help us support our arguments when we talk about something in this case we can use it to tell us all the different ranges on aging we are having in our society for example as I was reading through some websites and I found out how rapidly we are expanding life according to this statistics older population from 65 years old and older are hitting the 396 million since 2009 also I found interesting as you mentioned on the example you gave us how by 2030 there will be about 721 million older persons more than twice their number in 2000Another important resource that can help us calculates this numbers are the Census every 10 years the decennial census provides a snapshot of the entire US population Every year the Census Bureau issues updated estimates of the total population of the US states and counties by age sex race and Hispanic status With this helpful tool we can be able to get all this information such as the fact that by 2010 there were 5493433 people 75 and over also California was described as the biggest state holding elder people in the US with 600968 people 75 and older According to this statistics Asia and Europe are the two regions where a significant number of countries
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