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Well, if it is too difficult to offer the dark matter density formula for the milky way then let's move on.
What would you want such a formula to say? How the density of dark matter correlates with distance from the galactic center?
Do you confirm that the dark matter can ONLY explain at its best case the orbital velocity at the galactic disc and no more than that?
I don't know why you would come to that conclusion.
If you can't do so, then how can we believe in the dark matter invention/imagination?
I'm not an astrophysicist. I haven't researched much into why the galaxy has the structure that it does. Just because I don't know the answer doesn't mean that no one does. If you want to know the answers to these questions, perhaps you should address them to an actual astrophysicist.