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Question number: 622

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which of the following states is not located in the Corn Belt?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Kentucky

b.

Iowa

c.

Montana

d.

Kansas

e.

Indiana

Question number: 623

» Industrialization and Economic Development

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Which of the following ideas refer to the ability to travel and communicate over greater distances in shorter amounts of time due to the technological innovations, such as the airplane, automobile, telephone and Internet?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Possibilism

b.

Relocation Diffusion

c.

Stimulus Diffusion

d.

Friction of Distance

e.

Time-Space Compression

Question number: 624

» Key Geography Concepts

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Which of the followings is expressed by the spatial coordinates of latitude and longitude?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Relative Location

b.

Relative Direction

c.

Absolute Distance

d.

Absolute Location

e.

Absolute Direction

Question number: 625

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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To which of the following types of practices does cash cropping belong?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Aquaculture

b.

Mixed Farming

c.

Pastoral Nomadism

d.

Extensive Agriculture

e.

Subsistence Agriculture

Question number: 626

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which among the followings is associated with the decision to abandon the use of a product that harms the environment and switch to a product that is more environment-friendly?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Sustainability

b.

Recycling

c.

Conservation

d.

Subsistence

e.

Substitution Principle

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