- 1). Identify the area of which you wish to calculate the population density; for example, a city or country.
- 2). Divide the total number of people living in the given area by the total land area. The result of the calculation is the population density.
- 3). Express the answer as "x" number of people per given unit; for example, kilometers or miles squared.
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