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Question number: 361

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Which of the followings is an example of a Periphery Country?

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a.

Austria

b.

Argentina

c.

Chile

d.

Canada

e.

India

Question number: 362

» The Political Organization of Space

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What is the main role of the settlers from the colonizing country?

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a.

To allow the resources of the country to flow to the colony

b.

To disintegrate the political system of the colonizing country

c.

To delink the people of a colonizing country with the people of a colony

d.

To allow information and revenue to flow back from the colony to the colonizing country

e.

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Question number: 363

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Which of the following is a characteristic of the Dispersed Settlement pattern?

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a.

Distribution of population uniformly spread over a landscape in high densities

b.

Distribution of population evenly spread over a landscape in high densities

c.

Distribution of population evenly spread over a landscape in low densities

d.

Distribution of population clustered over a landscape in low densities

e.

Distribution of population randomly spread over a landscape in low densities

Question number: 364

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Why did the colonists convert the religions of the indigenous people?

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a.

Because they required indigenous groups to engage in forced labour

b.

Because they required to help indigenous groups in developing new technologies

c.

Because they wanted to encourage indigenous groups to practice methods of traditional medicine

d.

Because they wanted to allow indigenous groups to fight for access to forests resources

e.

Because they wanted to develop the rights of indigenous groups to mineral resources

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