Nick Marin
Ryan Conery
5 Biggest Cities in SaCaI
The five biggest cities in South and Central America are Sao Paulo, Brazil, Mexico City, Mexico, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Bogota, Colombia. The richest city Is Mexico City because it have the second highest population and the highest GDP per capita. Mexico is also the second biggest country, besides Brazil. The poorest of the five cities would be Bogota, Colombia.
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Mexico City is the richest city in South and Central America for several reasons. One reason is that it there are 19,319,000 people living there. As you can tell by looking at the graph to the left, it has the second highest population after San Paulo, Brazil. Another reason is that Mexico City has the highest GDP per capita with $390, with San Paulo, Brazil close behind with $388. The final reason is that Mexico is also the second biggest country, besides Brazil, in South and Central America. Compared to Boston, Mexico City has twice the population and has a higher GDP per Capita by $27.

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The poorest of the five cities is Bogota, Colombia for many reasons. One Reason is that this city is called home by 8,262,000 people, the lowest population of the five cities. Bogota also has the lowest GDP per capita, with $112, as you can tell from the graph to the right. Colombia is also the smallest country out of Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina. Boston’s GPD per capita is more than triple that of Bogota’s and the state of Boston is smaller than Colombia.

Between the five cities of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Mexico City, Mexico, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Bogota, Colombia, Mexico City is the richest and Bogota, Colombia is the poorest city from the information in the graphs. Bogota may be the poorest city out of these five, but is still richer than many countries in South and Central America.

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