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5 Matching questions

  1. state (p. 83)
  2. communism (p. 83)
  3. city (p. 87)
  4. birthrate (p. 78)
  5. urban geography (p. 87)
  1. a an area that is the center of business and culture and has a large population
  2. b system in which the government holds nearly all political power and the means of production
  3. c a political term describing an independent unit that occupies a specific territory and has full control of its internal and external affairs
  4. d the number of live births per total population, often expressed per thousand population
  5. e the study of how people use space in cities

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A group that shares a geographic region, a sense of identity, and a culture
  2. the number of organisms a piece of land can support without negative effects
  3. the average amount of money earned by each person in a political unit
  4. a type of government in which a ruling family headed by a king or queen hold political power and may or may not share the power with citizen bodies
  5. having no outlet to the sea

5 True/False questions

  1. fertility rate (p. 78)the average number of children a woman of childbearing years would have in her lifetime, if she had children at the current rate of her country

          

  2. religion (p. 75)the belief in a supernatural power or powers that are regarded as the creators and maintainers of the universe, as well as the system of beliefs itself

          

  3. push-pull factors: (p. 81)
    pull factor: (p. 81, 211)
    push factor: (p. 81, 211, 730)
    a graphic device that shows gender and age distribution of a population

          

  4. command economy (p. 91, 364)a type of economic system in which production of goods and services is determined by a central government, which usually owns the means of production. Also called a planned economy

          

  5. urbanization (p. 88)the dramatic rise in the number of cities and in lifestyle that result