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Table 3
The Likelihood of an Additional Birth by Parity and Number of Surviving Children, 1750–1899
1750–1899parity
surviving1 to 22 to 33 to 44 to 55 to 66 to 77 to 8
0.929 (163) 0.925 (104)           
0.962 (558) 0.932 (261) 0.857 (103) 0.825 (54)       
  0.940 (346) 0.908 (246) 0.869 (128) 0.849 (71)     
    0.872 (222) 0.901 (195) 0.872 (122) 0.793 (80) 0.700 (38) 
      0.918 (141) 0.842 (136) 0.786 (97) 0.708 (59) 
        0.830 (104) 0.809 (96) 0.697 (76) 
          0.797 (60) 0.691 (55) 
1750–1899parity
surviving1 to 22 to 33 to 44 to 55 to 66 to 77 to 8
0.929 (163) 0.925 (104)           
0.962 (558) 0.932 (261) 0.857 (103) 0.825 (54)       
  0.940 (346) 0.908 (246) 0.869 (128) 0.849 (71)     
    0.872 (222) 0.901 (195) 0.872 (122) 0.793 (80) 0.700 (38) 
      0.918 (141) 0.842 (136) 0.786 (97) 0.708 (59) 
        0.830 (104) 0.809 (96) 0.697 (76) 
          0.797 (60) 0.691 (55) 

note The number of cases is shown in parentheses. Twins were not considered.

source The Alfamén & Middle Huerva Database.

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