In 2014, the population of Hong Kong was estimated to be approximately 7,112,888 people. The city covers an area
of approximately 426.25 square miles. What was the population density of Hong Kong in 2014, in people per square mile, rounded to the nearest person?
To find the population density, in people per square mile, simply divide the people by square miles.
7,112,888 people  {divide people by square miles} 426.35 square miles ≈ 16,683.2133223...... {divided} Round to the nearest person ≈ 16,683 people per square mile Ask Algebra House Comments are closed.

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