There are 131 people per square kilometer. This may be written as 131 people/km^2

Chris C.

asked • 08/25/15# Determine units of a quantity in a formula

A city planner calculates the population density in planning development of a city. She finds that 50,959 people live in an area of 389 km squared. IN her calculation , she uses the formula for population density Density = people/area = 50,959/389= 131 in what units should the population density of 131 be given?Determine

I am solving for the units of quantity in a formula. I am completely lost. Please help? what are the steps I should be looking at?

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John K. answered • 08/25/15

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