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Question number: 453

» The Political Organization of Space

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Which of the following features are engaged in the maintenance of the political boundaries of the ancient world?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Hunting Camps

b.

Research Stations

c.

Grain Storehouses

d.

Open Market Places

e.

Defensive Fortresses

Question number: 454

» Population

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Two cities located close to each other would attract more people than cities located far apart…. It is a concept associated with which of the following models?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Central Place Model

b.

Distance Decay Model

c.

S-Curve Model

d.

Intervening Opportunities Model

e.

Gravity Model

Question number: 455

» Population

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What results from the development of commercial farming in North America during the 20th century?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Urban Decentralization

b.

Rural to Urban Migration

c.

Counter Urbanization

d.

Urban to Rural Migration

e.

Urban to Urban Migration

Question number: 456

» The Political Organization of Space

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Which of the following is an example of physical boundary?

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a.

Border between United States and Canada

b.

Border between India and China

c.

Border between France and Germany

d.

Border between India and Pakistan

e.

All of the above

Question number: 457

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Which among the following countries is having the highest rate of natural increase in the world?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Tanzania

b.

Sierra Leone

c.

Uganda

d.

Niger

e.

Mali

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