Asked in DemographicsEnglandPopulation
Why is population density more useful than the figure for the total population?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Biology, Population
What is the formula for calculating population density?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics, Chemistry
How do you figure out the density of a cylinder when all you know is the mass and volume?
How do you tell the population density?
Asked in Delhi
What is the population density of Delhi city Bombay city?
Asked in Chemistry, Population
What is the difference between arithmetic density and physiological density?
The arithmetic density of a population is the total number of people in proportion to the area of land (land size) The physiological density of a population is the total population in proportion to the area of arable land. Therefore, the arithmetic density of a population is always lower than the physiological density, since a land's arable portion can only be a subset of it's full size. Arithmetic = (Population/Full size) Physiological = (Population/Arable zones)
Asked in Geography, Demographics, Population
Why do geographers study population density of a country in addition to it's total population?
Asked in Population
How do you measure the population density of individuals living in a defined space?
Divide the total number of individuals by the total number of whichever units of area you are using. For example, in 2011 there were 3,063,500 people living in Wales. The total area of Wales is 20,779 km². 3,063,500 / 20,779 = 147.43250397 Therefore the population density of Wales in 2011 was 147 per km² (rounded figure).
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What is the equation you would use to find population density?