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Trinity Smith - Human Geography Definitions
Updated: 9/25/2020
Trinity Smith - Human Geography Definitions
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  • Arithmetic Density
  • There is so many people here!
  • Physiological Density
  • Looks like it's just us.
  • There is a lot of people here!
  • Where is everyone? Nobody's here.
  • This is such a big party. Everyone is here.
  • Agricultural Density
  • We're the only farmers for miles. Not many farmers here.
  • It is the measure of the total number of people living in a certain area. Geographers need this so they can compare where people live and why.
  • Is is the number of people supported by a unit of arable land. Geographers can see the capacity of the land so they can yield enough food for everyone.
  • It is the ratio of the amount of farmers to the amount of arable land. Geographers use this to understand the relationships between population and resources in a country.
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