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15 April, 17:46

The state of Colorado is shaped like a rectangle with an approximate width of 280 mi and length of 380 mi. What is the population density of Colorado in people per square mile if the population is 5,116,800?

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  1. 15 April, 18:18
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    I agree with the peron
  2. 15 April, 18:58
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    160miles • 330miles = 52,800square miles

    Now it wants the population density in people per square miles, so you need to divide the population by the number of square miles.

    4779736/52800=90.5 which is about 91people per square mile.
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