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Paulobergonci

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  1. Some interesting facts i noticed: USA has 309 million people, 9 cities with more than 1 million (23.500.000 people) / Brazil has 193 million people and 16 cities with more than 1 million (40.500.000). I got surprised, i thought USA had much more cities with more than 1 million.

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    2. Meg

      Meg

      Most large cities are on the coasts and borders. There is a lot of farmland in the middle. We are spread out more.

    3. Jasoncw

      Jasoncw

      Our metropolitian areas are usually broken up into a lot of smaller cities, so it would be more useful to compare metro populations. On wikipedia 13 of the world's 100 biggest metros in the US, and 9 are in Brazil. But that's just how it is, to me and you Europe has tiny cities, but Asia has gigantic cities, so it's all relative. :)

    4. TekindusT

      TekindusT

      I'm with Jason, the metro area approach gives a better idea of an area's population, just because major "cities" are subdivided in a variety of ways around the world.

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