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E addresses the fact that it is possible to have vastly different living conditions in different cities that have the same population density.
A, it seems to me, suggests almost an identical thing: that a cause of health problems in a city could be a result of the living conditions of that city. Does the phrase "living conditions" exclusively relate to population density in this problem? I expanded it in my reasoning to include factors such as wealth, location, etc. that might promote healthier "living conditions."
Thanks for you help!