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Outline one reason why the largest earthquakes do not always cause the most deaths.

Varies reasons inclusing:

Population density - more people menas more people get affected

Infrastructure - more built up menas more buildings will be affected and can collapse

Location - A large earthquake could occur in a rural, unbuilt area, meaning that there will be less of an impact

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