What differences between urban and rural areas?

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Urban areas are typically designated by their population. In the United States, an area needs to have a population of at least 2500 people. Countries such as Sweden and Denmark define urban areas as those with populations of over 200. Japan considers
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The US Census Bureau defines an urbanized area as having at least 50,000 people and urbanized clusters as having at least 2,500 people. Rural locations are all other areas not defined as urban.
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Urban areas are typically designated by their population. In the United States, an area needs to have a population of at least 2500 people. Countries such as Sweden ...
Urban areas are typically designated by their population. In the United States, an area needs to have a population of at least 2500 people. Countries such as Sweden ...
Urban areas are typically designated by their population. In the United States, an area needs to have a population of at least 2500 people. Countries such as Sweden ...
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