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Current Lands: 534.825 mile diameter = 224,654 mile area

Total population = 30,788

Population per mile diameter = 57.6

Population density = 0.137 people/square mile

Doubling the nation diameter and population, would cut the population density.

So why isn't population density happiness bonus based on land area, and why is land sold by radius?

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Hes right, but the question is somewhat hard to understand.

I think what he means is, our total population right now divided by our current land gives us our current pop. density.

...but it should be our square miles of land not our diameter of land... (thats why the water calculation of 50 density does not work either... its too low).

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