An arithmetic density is a population density measured as the number of people per unit area of land.
The arithmetic population density of Phoenix, Arizona is 3119.94 per square mile.
arithmetic density, agricultural density, physiological density, urban density, residential density
Yes; the arithmetic density is based over the entire area while physiologic density is over farmable land .
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)
The Indian Subcontinent
1.Sensitive to extreme values.if you find the arithmetic population density of an area where one part of it is densely populated while another part has no population the density will not reflect that 2.works only when all values are equally important 3.not suitable for time series type of
Physiologic density is always greater than arithmetic density. It is based on the amount of arable land (which is always likely less than the total area), which makes the density greater because it uses a smaller area.
The total number of objexts in an area
Total number of people divided by the total land area. also known as arithmetic density
Arithmetic population density is the population of a country or region expressed as an average per unit area. The figure is derived by dividing population of the areal unit by the number of square kilometers or miles that make up the unit.
No. Physiologic population density is the number of people per unit surface area of arable (farmable) land while arithmetic population density is the number of people per unit surface area of the total country. Since every country has some land that is not arable, the two ratios can never be the same.
There are two measures of population density. Arithmetic (or crude) population density is simply population/area, giving you x people per square ______. Physiological density is population/arable (farmable) land.
its the total pop/total land mass 198,739,269people/851,487square km 23.34023956
It doesn't tell us anything about population distribution in individual countries.
The question makes no sense at all.there is no such thing as "arithmetic density";the normal definition of density is mass per unit of volume. In the context of an area on the surface of the earth, there is no volume - an area is 2-dimensional. There are no internationally agreed standards defining the depth of the state (unlike the height of air space above the surface).the question does not specify whether it refers to the state or river.
Yemen is a country. Officially: The Republic of Yemen.
No, it used to be called, Republic of Yemen
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