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Used to display tabular data.

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Population of Australian states and territories, December 2015, table 2 columns, 9 rows

Location, column 1 of 2

Population, column 2 of 2

Row 2 of 9 Location, New South Wales, Column 1 of 2

Population, 7,670,700, Column 2 of 2

Row 3 of 9 Location, Victoria, Column 1 of 2

Population, 5,996,400, Column 2 of 2

Row 4 of 9 Location, Queensland, Column 1 of 2

Population, 4,808,800, Column 2 of 2

Row 5 of 9 Location, Western Australia, Column 1 of 2

Population, 2,603,900, Column 2 of 2

Row 6 of 9 Location, South Australia, Column 1 of 2

Population, 1,702,800, Column 2 of 2

Row 7 of 9 Location, Tasmania, Column 1 of 2

Population, 517,400, Column 2 of 2

Row 8 of 9 Location, Northern Territory, Column 1 of 2

Population, 244,000, Column 2 of 2

Row 9 of 9 Location, Australian Capital Territory, Column 1 of 2

Population, 393,000, Column 2 of 2

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