Earth's human population is around 6*10 20th power and its total area excluding the polar cap is roughly5*10 10th power square mile. if human population will uniformly distributed over all land approximately how many persons would be per square mile?

## approximately how many persons would be per square mile?

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person per square mile = total population/total area

=> 6 x 10

^{20}/ 5 x 10^{10}= 6/5 x 10^{20-10}= 1.2 x 10^{10}= 12000 million people per sqaure mile. This is very large, check your data. You got the concept now.:)