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5 Matching questions

  1. Census Tract
  2. Bid-Rent Theory
  3. Settlement Form (Nucleated, Dispersed, Elongated)
  4. Centralization
  5. High-Tech Corridors
  1. a 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. b movement of people, capital, services, and government into central city
  3. c explains that price/demand for land increases closer to CBD (explains the concentric zone model and different levels of development located at distances from city)
  4. d government designated areas in cities that each have ~5,000 people, often correspond to neighborhoods (data is used to analyze urban patterns)
  5. e area benefiting from lower taxes and high-tech infrastructure with the goal of providing high-tech jobs locally

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to divide an area into zones
  2. not giving funds to poorer neighborhoods
  3. 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
  4. an increase in some economic activity starts a chain reaction that generates more activity than the original increase
  5. explains how services are distributed & why there are distinct patterns in this distribution; involves market area/hinterland and threshold

5 True/False questions

  1. Infrastructurethe basic facilities, services, and installations needed for the functioning of a community or society

          

  2. Gentrificationprocess where low cost neighborhoods are renovated by middle class to increase property values

          

  3. World Citya new concentration of business in suburban areas consisting of suburbs

          

  4. Deindustrializationprocess of social and economic change caused by removal of industry

          

  5. Counter-Urbanizationnet migration from urban to rural areas