Population density

Explain the term population density.




Population density is defined as the relation between number of individuals of population and area or volume they acquire. For example, in 2001 human population density of United States (in accordance with the World Bank) was 29,71 inhabitants per square kilometre and China had population density of the 135,41 humans per square kilometre.

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