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11 June, 18:42

Detroit, Michigan covers an area of 142.9 square miles. There are approximately 672,800 people living in Detroit. Grand Rapids, Michigan has an area of 45.3 square miles and has a population of approximately 195,100 people. How many more people, per square mile, live in Detroit verses Grand Rapids? Round to the nearest person per square mil

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  1. 11 June, 19:30
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    401 people per square mile

    Step-by-step explanation:

    First find the number of people per square mile in Detroit by dividing people by square miles:

    672,800/142.9 = 4708.18754374

    Then do the same for Grand Rapids:

    195,100/45.3 = 4306.84326711

    Subtract:

    4708.2-4306.8 = 401.4

    Round to the ones place:

    401
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