Biggest Cities compared to Urban Population within 1,000 km
Let 'A' be the population of a city. Let 'B' be the sum of the populations of cities with at least 50,000 inhabitants that are no further than 1,000 km. When is A/B as high as possible? You are shown A/B (as a percentage) and the population of the city in millions
Only cities with at least 500,000 inhabitants are possible candidates
The 'urban population' consists of the sum of the populations of cities with at least 50,000 inhabitants
Thanks - on a similar quiz I recently did, Auckland has the same problem and this was pointed out to me. In the data I used, Auckland is "divided" in 3 or more cities, so this is why it doesn't appear. I'm sure what you're saying is correct, there's probably many other mistakes, too, but I'll just stick to the data as it is since I wouldn't be able to find and fix all mistakes anyway