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The population of the United Kingdom was estimated to be 60,975,000 in mid-2007, up by 388,000 (0.6 per cent) on the previous year and nearly two million more than in mid-2001.

From the table above you can see that England has the highest population density and Scotland the lowest. This is mainly due to many parts of Scotland being unsuitable for people to live.

The most densely populated areas of England are the major cities and metropolitan areas of London and the South East , South and West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, the West Midlands , and the conurbations on the rivers Tyne,Wear and Tees. London has the highest population density with 4,00 people per square kilometre, and the South Wes t the lowest (210 people per square kilometre).

The population of the United Kingdom was estimated to be 60,975,000 in mid-2007, up by 388,000 (0.6 per cent) on the previous year and nearly two million more than in mid-2001.

From the table above you can see that England has the highest population density and Scotland the lowest. This is mainly due to many parts of Scotland being unsuitable for people to live.

The most densely populated areas of England are the major cities and metropolitan areas of London and the South East , South and West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, the West Midlands , and the conurbations on the rivers Tyne,Wear and Tees. London has the highest population density with 4,00 people per square kilometre, and the South Wes t the lowest (210 people per square kilometre).

I am simply interested to know the population at hte year 1 AD and the basis of this projection. would you please be kind to narrate in simplest term.

“The greatest danger to our planet is that we lose hope – especially if our youth loses hope. Because, if we have no hope, we give up and stop trying to do our bit to make a difference.” – Dr. Jane Goodall

The population trends are interesting! Especially the population increase in the 20 th century and projections into the 21 st century and 22 nd century! And the haves and have not like the lower, middle and upper classes!
There has to be more equality on planet Earth! And better treatment of people, animals and plants everywhere too!

The population of the United Kingdom was estimated to be 60,975,000 in mid-2007, up by 388,000 (0.6 per cent) on the previous year and nearly two million more than in mid-2001.

From the table above you can see that England has the highest population density and Scotland the lowest. This is mainly due to many parts of Scotland being unsuitable for people to live.

The most densely populated areas of England are the major cities and metropolitan areas of London and the South East , South and West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, the West Midlands , and the conurbations on the rivers Tyne,Wear and Tees. London has the highest population density with 4,00 people per square kilometre, and the South Wes t the lowest (210 people per square kilometre).

I am simply interested to know the population at hte year 1 AD and the basis of this projection. would you please be kind to narrate in simplest term.

“The greatest danger to our planet is that we lose hope – especially if our youth loses hope. Because, if we have no hope, we give up and stop trying to do our bit to make a difference.” – Dr. Jane Goodall

The population trends are interesting! Especially the population increase in the 20 th century and projections into the 21 st century and 22 nd century! And the haves and have not like the lower, middle and upper classes!
There has to be more equality on planet Earth! And better treatment of people, animals and plants everywhere too!

Texas , constituent state of the United States of America. It became the 28th state of the Union in 1845. Texas occupies the south-central segment of the country and is the largest state in area except for Alaska . The state extends nearly 1,000 miles (1,600 km) from north to south and about the same distance from east to west.

The name of the state derives from the Caddo word thecas , meaning “allies” or “friends.” (The Spanish spelled the word tejas or texas and used it to describe the area where this Native American tribe lived.) Texas is commonly divided into East and West, although the dividing line between the two is ambiguous . Generally, though, East Texas has a wet climate and is characterized by cotton and by ties to the Old South , while West Texas is dry and is known for cattle ranching and an affinity with the West . Area 268,597 square miles (695,662 square km). Population (2010) 25,145,561; (2017 est.) 28,304,596.

Texas comprises a series of vast regions, from the fertile and densely populated Coastal Plains in the southeast to the high plains and mountains in the west and northwest. Stretching inland from the Gulf Coast , the Coastal Plains, encompassing about two-fifths of the state’s land area, range from sea level to about 1,000 feet (300 metres) in elevation. These flat, low prairies extend inland to form a fertile crescent that is well adapted to farming and cattle raising. Near the coast much land is marshy, almost swamp , except where drained by man-made devices.


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