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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. replacement rate
  2. oil reserves
  3. arithmetic population density
  4. life expectancy
  5. capital city
  1. a the total fertility rate needed for a population to replace itself. varies by country, but is about 2.1 in most developed countries
  2. b the average age that a person in a given population can expect to live to
  3. c oil that has been discovered but remains unused in the ground
  4. d a city that is the governmental center of a country or a region
  5. e the population of a country divided by its total land area

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a person who starts and runs a very small business
  2. a dry area on the downwind side of a mountain
  3. the buildup of salt in soil or water
  4. a resource that takes so long to form it can't be replaced. oil is an example
  5. a force that divides people and countries

5 True/False questions

  1. population distributionwhere people live in a country, whether crowded together in cities or spread out in the countryside

          

  2. groundwaterwater lying deep under the ground that supplies wells and springs. over half the people in the world depend on this for their drinking water

          

  3. globalizationthe way a place is positioned in relation to its wider surroundings

          

  4. cultural regionthe development of a global, or worldwide society in which people, money, information and goods flow fairly freely across national borders

          

  5. arable landland that is not well suited for farming