Human Geography - Population

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A quiz on the Population component of the AP Human Geography course offered at Ponte Vedra High School.  

  
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1.  What is the key difference between arithmetic and physiological population density?
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2.  Which of the following would properly express the population pressure in Egypt?
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3.  What three areas contain the vast majority of the world's population?
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4.  My country is going through a population explosion. What demographic stage[s] is it likely in?
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5.  I pass a billboard on the road in which a small, Causcasian family is smiling and laughing, put up by the government. What logical conclusions can I draw from observing this billboard?
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6.  What is the root cause[s] of high CBR and CDR in the first stage of demographic transition?
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7.  My nation is mainly comprised of young teenagers and young adults- why, I'm one of the VERY few old people. What would my population pyramid look like, you think?
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8.  Who sounded the 'warning bells' about population in the early 1700s?
9.  A high birthrate means population growth. True, or false?
10.  A megalopolis is a large ____ center. 
11.  Stationary population level requires a TFR among women of ____. 
12.  My dad's heart failed the week before. He died as a result of a ____ disease. 
13.  Explain why populations rise and fall in certain places. Give examples. 
14.  Explain how governments affect population change. Give examples. 
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