900 total words at 2% = 900*.02= 18. So 18 keyword phases used in a 900 word article has a density of 2 percent.
You are surely the xpert here, aren't you?
keyword density = Number of keywords * keyword usage / numer of words in text
5 Keywords used each 3 times in a text of 300 words makes 5% keywords in total.
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