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Question number: 615

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which among the followings is not a major type of commercial agriculture?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Pastoral Nomadism

b.

Dairy Farming

c.

Fruit Farming

d.

Livestock Ranching

e.

Grain Farming

Question number: 616

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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By using which of the following systems Most of the U. S. Midwest was divided?

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a.

Metes and Bounds

b.

Dispersed

c.

Nucleated

d.

Township and Range

e.

Long Lots

Question number: 617

» Key Geography Concepts

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Meridian is also known as

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Longitude

b.

Equator

c.

Latitude

d.

Parallel

e.

Pole

Question number: 618

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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From which among the following biodegradable commodities most of the ethanol produced in South America comes?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Wheat

b.

Corn

c.

Palm Oil

d.

Sugarcane

e.

Soybeans

Question number: 619

» Key Geography Concepts

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To which of the following degree of longitudes does the prime meridian belong?

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b.

c.

d.

e.

Question number: 620

» Culture

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Discuss how popular culture has contributed to the sense of placelessness in the developed societies.

Question number: 621

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which of the following forms of commercial agriculture is found primarily in developing countries?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Livestock Farming

b.

Dairy Farming

c.

Plantation Farming

d.

Truck Farming

e.

Mixed Farming

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