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Population density is calculated by _______. a. dividing the number of organisms in a region by the land area b. multiplying the number of organisms in a region by the land area c. dividing the land area by the number of organisms in the region d. by subtracting the land area from the number of organisms in a region

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rainbowbunny067

The answer is a. dividing the number of organisms in a region by the land area. Population density is the number of organisms per land area. For example, population density is 5 wolfs per square mile or 0.8 eagles per square mile. Population density is calculated by dividing the number of organisms by the land area they live on.

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