5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the central place theory and who proposed it?
- What pattern should a rank-size rule have on a graph?
- What is wrong with using circles or squares for market areas?
- What produces a regular pattern of hierarchy?
- What were the pros and cons of the enclosure movement?
- a Circles leave gaps and can cause overlapping. With a square, the distance from the center varies among points along a square
- b explains how services are distributed and why a regular pattern of settlements exists (in MDCS)-proposed by Walter Christaller
- c Ranking settlements from largest to smallest (in population)
- d Pros: greater agricultural efficiency, Cons: destroyed the self-contained world of village life
- e Should be a straight line- if it isn't, that means the society doesn't have a rank-size distribution of settlements
5 Multiple choice questions
- consumer, business, and public services
- centers of military power
- Began with nomads who focused on burying dead
- small, dispersed farms at first. Then plantations grew
- 1. largest growth in professional services especially engineers because of demand 2. Growth in health care industry 3. Stable growth in retail 4. Slow growth in finance and transportation
5 True/False questions
What is a range and exs of small and large ones → the maximum distance people are willing to travel to use a service- small range: convenience store, large range: sports stadium
what do business services do and examples → provide services for people who desire it (don't NEED it) and can pay for it (ex: Retail, leisure activities- restaurants and hotels, education-private and college, health- fitness and plastic surgery)
What do consumer services do and examples → a service that facilitates other businesses- FIRE (finance, insurance, real estate), professional management (lawyers, accounting, architecture, design) and transportation (trucking-semis and metra, broadcasting, electricity)
Why did New England cluster settlements become dispersed? → cultural bonds had weakened, descendants of original settlers grew less interested in the religious and cultural values.
What were New England colonies' clustered settlements like? → -built on an open area called a common. -Clustered settlements favored by New Englanders for traveling in a group and to reinforce common cultural/religious values.
-Land was not sold, but awarded to an individual