What Is Population Density?


Population density is a term that is used to refer to the number of individuals living in an area, in relation to the size of that area. It is simply the measurement of population per unit area. It is calculated by dividing the number of people to the area they occupy.
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Zero, as there are not any permanent human settlements on the continent of Antarctica. Apart from the science stations, which rotate staff.
Americas population reaches to a top of 300 million,
The population density of Nova Scotia is 45.3 people per square mile.
There are about 165 persons per square mile in North Carolina which ranks it as the 15. th. most densely populated US State.
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Population density is the measure of how many people, i.e. the size of the population, that live within a square mile, or kilometer, of land. You can find more information here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Population_density
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