How do urban communities compare to rural communities?

1 Answer
Apr 25, 2017

See below.


Urban communities tend to be more densely populated (have more people), whereas rural communities are less densely populated (have less people). Also, urban areas (i.e. cities) tend to have larger structures for living accommodations (like skyscrapers, apartment complexes, etc.) whereas rural areas have smaller structures for accommodations (i.e. hamlets or small groups of homes). Examples of rural areas might be farms, whereas urban areas are places like New York City or Tokyo, Japan.

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