Basically I downloaded some information from that lists population density per a census block group, but their population density calculation doesn't seem to be correct.
Census block ID: 480019501001
total population: 1,437
area: 1824095459 In UNKNOWN units
population density: 22.5 In UNKNOWN units
The calculation for population density . Population density is usually in KM or Miles.
I am assuming 1824095459 is in square feet, because anything else wouldn't make sense.
So converting 1824095459 ft to miles = 1824095459/5280= plug into population density equation = .004159519 Population density of people per mile
converting 1824085459 ft to KM = 1824095459/3280.8399= plug into population density equation = .002584605 Population density of people per KM
Neither one of these answers is the 22.5 in unknown units figure they listed as the answer for this block group.
Where did I/they make the mistake?