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Unit 6 AP Huamn Geography Quiz

Unit 6 AP Huamn Geography Quiz

AP Human Geography Exam Practice Test

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
    • E. Enclave
  • 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
    • B. Europe
    • 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?
    • A. Continent
    • B. State
    • C. World
    • D. City
    • E. Country
  • 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.
    • A. True
    • B. False
  • 9. Density measures the amount of something per unit of area on Earth’s surface.
    • A. True
    • B. False
  • 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:
    • A. Density
    • B. Concentration
    • C. Distribution
    • D. Diffusion
    • E. Pattern
  • 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:
    • A. China
    • B. Thailand
    • C. Indonesia
    • D. India
    • E. Bangladesh
  • 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:
    • A. Polder
    • B. Solar desalination
    • C. Canals
    • D. Delta plan
    • E. Dikes
  • 16. The U.S. land ordinance of 1785 divided much of the land into a system of:
    • A. Quarter sections
    • B. Townships
    • C. Ranges
    • D. Sections
    • E. All
  • 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
    • B. Norway
    • C. Uganda
    • D. Zaire
    • E. China
  • 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?
    • A. X
    • B. Y
    • 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?
    • A. 1
    • B. 2
    • C. 3
    • D. 4
    • E. 5
  • 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:
    • A. Denmark
    • B. Zaire
    • C. Chile
    • D. The U.S.
    • E. Cape Verde
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