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# Suppose about 400,000 people live in an area of 160 square miles. What is the best estimate for the population density? A) 1,800 people per square mile B) 2,000 people per square mile C) 2,200 people per square mile D) 2,500 people per square mile

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Answer: 2,500 people per square mileStep-by-step explanation:Population density is calculated by : Population / square milesTherefore :Population density = 400,000/160 = 2,500