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Which is the best description of the distribution os the world's population? A. Distributed evenly across all continents. B. Five major clusters of population, including East Asia, South Asia, Eurasia, Southeast Asia, and northeast United States-Southeast Canada. C. Located primarily in the Southern Hemisphere. D. Very densely populated in Europe and the United States and less densely populated in East Asia and South Asia.

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The worlds population is most densely distributed in India and Eastern China. Today the most rapid population growth is in Africa. More of the world's population is located in Large metropolitan areas than at any other time in the world's history.

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