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Question number: 736

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which of the followings characterizes a suitcase farm?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

The commercial production of fruits from orchards

b.

The land to and from which seasonal pasture animals are moved throughout the year

c.

A farm where crops are grown for human consumption rather than for feeding animals

d.

A temporarily cultivated land that is abandoned after several seasons

e.

A commercial farm where no one lives and is farmed by migratory workers

Question number: 737

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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Which among the following types of agricultural practice is most widely used throughout the world?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Plantation

b.

Shifting Cultivation

c.

Mediterranean

d.

Commercial Farming

e.

Slash-and-Burn

Question number: 738

» Agriculture and Rural Land Use

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In which of the following zones of Von Thunen’s model of Agricultural Land Use does market gardening activities occur?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Second Zone

b.

Fourth Zone

c.

Third Zone

d.

Fifth Zone

e.

First Zone

Question number: 739

» Key Geography Concepts

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At what degree of latitude is the North Pole located?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

North

b.

South

c.

North

d.

North

e.

South

Question number: 740

» Population

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A travel agency surveys adults in a local area regarding their travel habits. Among the findings, they discover that of survey participants indicate that they are willing to travel between and miles to attend a family reunion. However, beyond the distance of miles, the percentage of survey participants willing to travel to a family reunion drop to under . Within this context, miles represent.

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Intervening Opportunity

b.

Critical Distance

c.

Regional Bias

d.

Pull Factor

e.

Push Factor

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