megacity definition ap human geography
A megacity is a large city, usually urban or suburban, where most of the people share a single workplace or residence.
In today’s economy, a megacity often refers to a city or town that is too costly to live in, so it’s either a location where people are too expensive to live, or where many people don’t want to live.
The world megacities are generally located in areas that are very expensive to live in and where people dont want to live. The financial cost of living in megacities is so high that in some cases its not even feasible to live in them. Our research indicates that in the world, the biggest megacities are in Eastern Asia, western Europe, Africa, and Latin America.
Megacities (mega-cities) are a growing trend in the world where people are living in very expensive locations. The largest megacities in the world are in China and India, with Hong Kong and Shanghai being the other two giant mega-cities. They are built on land that is very expensive to live in, and that has led to an increased population density.
The biggest megacities in the world are still in Asia and in sub-Saharan Africa, but there are other mega-cities like Shanghai and Hong Kong that have not only population density and a lot more room to grow but are also located in the middle of the country.
These megacity are the result of government policies of having large populations living in extremely expensive city buildings and making sure that the population grew so large that the infrastructure and infrastructure needed to support that population was built.
I found the following graph to illustrate the differences I saw between the megacity definitions. In my definition of a megacity I had the largest population density, a huge amount of space, and the most expensive and luxurious infrastructure. The graph shows all mega-cities in the world and they are listed in order by population density.
The graph shows that the mega-cities all have an extremely high population density. In my definition, the largest one (New York) has the largest urban density, the second largest (London) has the second largest, and the third largest (San Francisco) has the third largest.
The graph above also shows the density of the largest cities with the most urban density. This shows that megacities are denser than average. That is, the mega-cities are the densest (i.e. the densest) cities in the world. This is important because mega-cities are often the densest cities in the world.
Megacities are denser than average. The next two graphs (blue and green), show how densely the cities are and how dense the cities are. The green chart shows the denser cities in the same way as the blue chart.