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The number of people living in a given area -- for example, Canada's average population density is about five people per square mile (near the lowest of any country on Earth),… but the density of the West End of Vancouver is more than 35,000 people per square mile -- no world record, but up there, for sure. (MORE)

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The state of Texas covers a total of 268,581 square miles and has a population of 26,448,193. The population density is 98.1 people per square mile.

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Australia is one of the least densely populated nations in the world. In 2012, the population density was just three people per kilometer.

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The current population of the Philippines is 98.1 million people, and the population density is 852 people per square mile. The median age in the Philippines is 22.5 years…, and the life expectancy is 68.7 years. (MORE)

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The current population of the continent of Europe is 601 million people. The median population density of Europe is 303 people per square mile.

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A population is "density-dependent" when it is affected by its size. An example might be population growth: as a population gets large, it might grow slower since there are le…ss resources to use up or diseases become prevalent. The growth rate depends on the population size (also called population density). A population is "density-independent" when the current size doesn't change anything. For example bacteria populations are largely density-independent when they are small. For example they roughly double in size every few minutes. Whether you start with one single bacterium or a colony of 100, the total count will double every few minutes. This is exponential growth. Only after the bacteria colony gets extremely large (millions or billions of individual cells) will the density begin to affect the colonies growth rate, at which point its population growth is then density-dependent. Another example of a density-independent process might be radioactive decay. No matter how much of the radioactive matter is left at any point in time, half of it will be left after one half-life length of time into the future. It does not matter how the material is arranged, it could be one big clump of material (densely packed together), or it could be smashed into many bits separated far away from each other. (MORE)

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Population distribution is how people tend to live in uneven clusters on Earth's surface. Population density is when you try to find out how many people live in an area, how …you find the number of people that live in an area is you divide that number by square miles or square kilometers. (MORE)

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Crude population densities are used to determine the amount of people living per unit area, so it can be useful if you want to find out if an area is overpopulated or if it do…esn't have enough people. Or if you want to discover the amount of land space. (MORE)

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This refers to the amount of people that live in a certain area. example one square km. A low population density mean that a low number of people live in the area.

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c …+65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5.
15c = 60.
15c/15 = 60/15.
c = 4 (alternative method). (MORE)