The country not found in Asia is Brazil. Why? Because Brazil or officially known as the Federative Republic of Brazil is considered to be the largest country in South America and Latin America. It is ranked 5th globally in terms of land area with a total area of 8,515,767 square kilometres and it is ranked 6th globally in terms of population with a total population of more than 200 million people.
China, Japan and South Korea are all in Asia. China is ranked 3rd in terms of area with 9,596,961 square kilometers in area and it is 1st in terms of population with a total population of more than 1,385,000,000 people. Japan is 62nd in area and 10th in population with 377,930 square kilometers and 126 million people respectively. South Korea is ranked 107th in area and 27th in population with 100,210 square kilometers and more than 51 million people respectively.
There are many factors that affect the temperature of an area. The latitude shows the degrees away from the equator. The further away the latitude line is away from the equator, the cooler the temperature. Altitude is similar in that the higher the altitude, the cooler the temperature. Wind from the ocean creates a coolness.
So, the further away from the sea you are, the hotter the temperature. Ocean currents bring temperature change. An Alaskan current may drift to the California coast causing cooler temperatures in the ocean. These factors work in different ways. Some temperature changes are drastic and some are subtle. The change in temperature is subtle when moving inland away from the sea. With the latitude degrees, there would be a drastic change with each change in degree.
The way subjects like maths are taught in East Asian schools tends to make a difference as to why students are so successful at the particular subject. Although teachers from the UK criticise this, the method rote memorisation and repitition practiced in Asian schools(specially Chinese and Indian) plays a huge part to the students success in math. East Asian Schools concentrate on basics and mental imprinting on the students. Although obsolete, this system works and schools are working to integrate it with Western methods of teaching.
Another reason why Asian students are good at math is the complicated writing systems and the stress of schooling systems to make children bilingual. Bilinguality makes it easier to understand algebras and calculus. The complcated writing systems of Asia such as the Chinese kanjis, Japanese kana and Indian Devnagri stress on strokes and discipline and were the original languages in which math began as a subject.
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From the given choices, the answer to the question is letter C or China. China, or officially known as the People’s Republic of China, is ranked 3rd in terms of area with 9,596,961 square kilometers in area and it is 1st in terms of population with a total population of more than 1,385,000,000 people.
There are several administrative divisions in China and some of these are as follows: Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai, Sichuan, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Yunnan, Guanxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Guangdong, Jilin, Liaoning, Shandong and Zhejiang. Aside from being a communist country which greatly affected its politics and economy, China is perhaps known as home to the Great Wall of China and cute, fluffy pandas.
Many explorers were wanting to find a better route to trade and gain Indian spices. Traveling by land was difficult due to thieves attacking traders following the Silk Road. So, explorers decided to travel by sea to find an alternate route. Vasco de Gama from Portugal began trading by using a sea route. As a result, Portuguese had a strong influence on Southern Asia.
De Gama realized that he could not sail using the Mediterranean Sea due to danger as well. De Gama actually became an official in India. Vasco de Gama took several trips to India with some of them being successful and others not so much. However, de Gama is credited with opening the route to Southern Asia.