First of all let me tell you Human geography is one of the branches of geography subject. Unit 6 AP Huamn Geography Quiz or this Human Geography branch deals with the study of people and their communities all over the world, geographical cultures. I would like to tell you that human geography deals with economies, and interactions with the environment, space and place as well. Solving this AP Human Geography Quiz helps one understand a lot of geographical things. If you are taking Unit 6 AP Huamn Geography Quiz below is perfect for you. Must try!
Unit 6 AP Human Geography Quiz Questions
1. A state that is completely surrounded by the land of other states, which gives it a disadvantage in terms of accessibility to and from international trade routes.
A. Landlocked State
B. Compact State
C. Elongated State
D. Preforated State
2. Geographers define overpopulation as:
A. Too many people in a region
B. Too many people compared to resources
C. Too many people in the world
D. All of the above
E. A and c
3. Most people live in cities in which of these regions?
A. East Asia
C. Southeast Asia
D. South Asia
E. Sub-Saharan Africa
4. Human beings avoid all but which of these regions?
A. Cold lands
B. Warm lands
C. Dry lands
D. High lands
E. Wet lands
5. 1:24,000 is an example of what kind of scale?
A. Written scale
B. Bar line
C. Fractional scale
D. Metric scale
E. Graphic scale
6. Which map would have the smallest scale?
7. Globalization of the economy has…
A. Drained resources from more developed countries
B. Leveled economic differences between places
C. Decreased regional specialization of production
D. Heightened economic differences among places
E. Decreased investment in LDCs
8. The spread of a new fashion first in large cities, and later to smaller towns is an example of expansion diffusion.
9. Density measures the amount of something per unit of area on Earth’s surface.
10. Rechanneling the Kissimmee river in FL produced an increase in which of the following adverse environmental impacts?
A. Disruption of wildlife habitats
B. Pollution of drinking water
C. Runoffs from cattle grazing
D. A and B
E. All of the above
11. The spread of something over a given study area is:
12. According to environmental determinism:
A. The physical environment sets limits on human actions
B. People can adjust to the physical environment
C. People can choose a course of action from many alternatives offered by the physical environment
D. People determine their physical environment
E. The physical environment causes social development
13. The most populous country in Southeast Asia is:
14. Which is not an example of a functional region?
A. Area served by a sports franchise
B. Circulation area of a newspaper
C. The market area of a supermarket
D. The area dominated by a particular crop
E. The area of dominance of a television station
15. Holland converted the Zuider Sea into a freshwater lake by using:
B. Solar desalination
D. Delta plan
16. The U.S. land ordinance of 1785 divided much of the land into a system of:
A. Quarter sections
17. The annual natural increase rate is currently approximately:
A. 1.2 per 1,000
B. 120 million
C. 12 billion
D. 12 percent
E. 1.2 percent
18. Of the following five countries, the highest natural increase rate is found in:
A. Great Britain
19. When combined for all LDCs, which of the following rates is lower than MDCs combined?
A. Crude death rate
B. Infant mortality rate
C. Natural increase rate
D. Total growth rate
E. Crude birth rate
20. Country x has a crude birth rate of 40 and a crude death rate of 15, while country y has a crude birth rate of 20 and a crude death rate of 9. Which country has a higher natural increase rate?
C. The rate is the same in both
D. The rate depends on total population, so it can’t be computed from this info
E. The rate depends on migration, so it can’t be computed from this info
21. Rapidly declining crude death rates are found in which stage of the Demographic Transition Model?
22. MDCs moved from stage 1 to stage 2 of the Demographic Transition 20 years ago in part because of:
A. The agricultural revolution
B. Women choosing to enter the labor force
C. Invention of new technology
D. People moving to cities
E. Decreasing crude birth rates
23. England’s population pyramid would most likely resemble that of: