Q. 64.0( 2 Votes )
A. The density of the population is the number of person per unit area.
B. It has been increased from 117 person per square kilometer in 1951 to 382 person per square kilometer in India in 2011.
C. The density helps in understanding the concept of the spatial distribution of the population in relation to the land.
D. It is highly uneven in our country ranging from 17 person per square kilometer in Arunachal Pradesh to 11927 per person square kilometer in Delhi.
E. The density of the population is high in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal. Assam, Haryana, Orissa and Andhra Pradesh have moderate densities.
F. The hill states of the Himalayan region and the North-Eastern states of India excluding Assam have low densities.
G. The union territories excluding Andaman and Nicobar Islands have a high density of population.
H. It helps in getting a better understanding of the spatial distribution of the population.
I. It helps to understand the human and land relationship.
J. Agricultural densities on the total cultivable land which are extremely important for a country like India where the maximum population is dependent directly on agriculture for livelihood can also be found out through the concept of density.
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