The answer is letter D or North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Antarctica, Australia and Africa. If we are to rearrange these countries according to their area size, we would get the following: 1) Asia with 44,391,162 square kilometers, 2) Africa with 30,224,049 square kilometers, 3) North America with 24,247,039 square kilometers, 4) South America with 17,821,029 square kilometers, 5) Antarctica with 14,245,000 square kilometers, 6) Europe with 10,345,636 square kilometers and 7) Australia with 7,686,884 square kilometers. Although these areas are considerably large, it doesn’t mean that they have the same ranking when it comes to population.
The only continents which have the same rank like their area size are Asia and Africa with a total population of more than 4 billion and 1 billion people respectively. Europe comes third with more than 700 million people, North America has more than 500 million people, South America has more than 400 million people, Australia has more than 23 million people and Antarctica has no permanent residents.
Out of all the given choices, the following are part of the seven continents: North America, South America, Europe and Asia. The largest among these three is Asia with 44,579,000 square kilometers of land area and a population of more than 4 billion people. With this massive number, it is also considered the most populous continent among all other continents.
North America is the fourth’s largest continent with 9,984,670 square kilometers in land area and a population of more than 570 million people. In here you can find Greenland, the Death Valley, California, New York and Canada. South America is the fourth largest continent with 8,514,877 square kilometers in land area and a population of more than 410 million people. In here, you can find Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.