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Question number: 730

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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In the communist countries, a short-term result of collectivization of agricultural production was

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Deindustrialization

b.

Urbanization

c.

Increased Labour Costs

d.

Food Shortages

e.

Lower Food Costs

Question number: 731

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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A farmer plants cotton in a field one year, corn in the same field in the following year and then cotton again in the next year. The farmer is practicing which of the followings?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Slash and Burn Agriculture

b.

Crop Rotation

c.

Shifting Cultivation

d.

Commercial Farming

e.

Subsistence Agriculture

Question number: 732

» The Political Organization of Space

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The perceived boundaries such as frontiers, horizons and shorelines in cognitive space are generally known as

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Districts

b.

Edges

c.

Nodes

d.

Paths

e.

Landmarks

Question number: 733

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Processing crops into canned food is an example of

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Commercial Farming

b.

Extensive Agriculture

c.

Agribusiness

d.

Intensive Agriculture

e.

Pastoralism

Question number: 734

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which of the followings is not a plantation crop?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Tea

b.

Cotton

c.

Rubber

d.

Sugarcane

e.

Wheat

Question number: 735

» Key Geography Concepts

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In cartography, parallels are also known as

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

The Scale of The Map

b.

Meridians

c.

The Alignment of The Poles

d.

Lines of Latitude

e.

Lines of Longitude

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