This is an interesting question.
The standard definition of a “per capita” is the number of people who live in a given area.
The average person (or a similar average) lives in one big country, and the number of people in another is relatively low. This could be considered a “per capita” definition and not a “per stirpes”. It can be true that I can live in one country, but perhaps it doesn’t really matter, because I am only living in one country; my goal is the same as the definition of a per stirpes, but not a per capita.
The per capita is more like the average, but it’s still a number. The average American lives in a relatively small country (say 50,000 people), and the number of people living in the world is also relatively small.
I will admit that its not much easier to live in a small country, but the difficulty is only in finding places to live. I think it works out pretty well. I am a little more concerned with the average size of a country, but I think that is a little more subjective.
I think it is more of a number, but I also think its a number that is relative to everyone. The average number of people in the world is about 600,000, and I would say everyone in the world lives comfortably in a country of this size. The number in the world is small compared to other countries, but I think its small compared to the size of the United States.
You could argue that the United States is the largest country in the world, but that is a huge number, and if you looked at other countries it is not to be taken as a number. The United States is, as you said, probably one of the most populous countries in the world.
The United States is pretty much the size of many countries, but the United States is the only country in the world to have a per capita income of exactly $10,000 a year.
Countries with a per capita income of 10,000 a year are generally wealthier than countries with per capita incomes of less than 10,000 a year. And in those cases, the amount of wealth is roughly proportional to the size of the country.
According to this, if we were to calculate the size of the United States as a country, we’d end up with a population of about 7.2 billion, or roughly the size of all of Europe.
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