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5 Matching questions

  1. Sector Model
  2. Concentric Zone Model
  3. Postindustrial City
  4. Multiple Nuclei Model
  5. CBD
  1. a a model of town growth by Chauncy Harris and Edward Ullman based on the fact that many towns and large cities grow about many nuclei rather than a CBD
  2. b a model of town growth by Homer Hoyt with sections: high-rent homes, intermediate-rent homes, low-rent homes, education and recreation, transportation, industrial area
  3. c (central business district) location of skyscrapers and companies; always center of 3 urban models, many people commute, few actually live there
  4. d (E.W. Burgess) city grows outwards from central area (CBD in middle, zone of transition, workers' homes, zone of residences, commuter's zone)
  5. e a center of population, commerce, and culture from early 1900s - now

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. houses grouped together in clusters/houses lie far apart and land is intensely cultivated by machine/houses are on long, narrow strips of land
  2. in a modern urban hierarchy, the population of a city or town is inversely proportional to its rank in the hierarchy
  3. movement of people, capital, services, and government into central city
  4. increase in proportion of population living in towns
  5. metropolitan areas with a total population of more than 10 million people

5 True/False questions

  1. Gateway Citya settlement which acts as a link between two areas

          

  2. Edge citya new concentration of business in suburban areas consisting of suburbs

          

  3. Central-Place Theory/Christaller, Walter(E.W. Burgess) city grows outwards from central area (CBD in middle, zone of transition, workers' homes, zone of residences, commuter's zone)

          

  4. Zone in Transitionthe zone between the CBD of a city and the blue-collar homes

          

  5. Redliningto divide an area into zones

          

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