# AP Human Geography Migration Quiz

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• 1.

### Which of the following is the equation for gravity model?

• A.

(population 1 multiplied by population 2) divided by distance^2

• B.

(population 1 added by population 2) divided by distance^2

• C.

(population 1 multiplied by population 2) divided by distance

• D.

(population 1 added by population 2) divided by distance

A. (population 1 multiplied by population 2) divided by distance^2
Explanation
The equation for the gravity model is given by multiplying population 1 and population 2 and then dividing it by the square of the distance. This equation takes into account the idea that the gravitational force between two objects decreases as the distance between them increases, and is also influenced by the size of the populations involved.

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• 2.

### Which of the following is an example of NOT a push factor

• A.

War

• B.

Harsh weathers

• C.

Job opportunities

• D.

Political instability

C. Job opportunities
Explanation
Job opportunities are not a push factor but rather a pull factor. Push factors are negative conditions or circumstances that compel individuals to leave their current location, such as war, harsh weather, and political instability. In contrast, job opportunities attract individuals to a particular location, making it a pull factor.

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• 3.

### Based on Ravenstein's ideas, who immigrated long distances?

• A.

Elderly people

• B.

People with families

• C.

• D.

Women

Explanation
According to Ravenstein's ideas, young adults are more likely to immigrate long distances. This is because they are often seeking better opportunities, such as education, employment, or adventure, which may be available in distant locations. Elderly people are less likely to immigrate long distances due to factors such as health concerns and established roots in their current location. People with families may also be less inclined to immigrate long distances due to the stability and support provided by their family network. Women, although they may immigrate, are not specifically mentioned as a group that is more likely to immigrate long distances according to Ravenstein's ideas.

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• 4.

### Of the immigrants from Mexico, where did most of them go?

• A.

New Mexico

• B.

Texas

• C.

California

• D.

Arizona

C. California
Explanation
Most of the immigrants from Mexico go to California.

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• 5.

### Which is NOT an intervening obstacle?

• A.

River

• B.

Friends

• C.

Mountains

• D.

Job opportunities

B. Friends
Explanation
An intervening obstacle refers to a physical or cultural barrier that hinders the movement or migration of people. In this context, rivers and mountains can act as intervening obstacles as they can be difficult to cross. Job opportunities can also be considered an intervening obstacle if they are scarce or inaccessible. However, friends do not typically act as intervening obstacles as they do not pose a barrier to movement or migration.

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• 6.

### What is stage 2 of the migration transition?

• A.

Moving from urban to suburban

• B.

Unlikely to migrate

• C.

Moving for job opportunities

• D.

International becomes important as does interregional migration from rural to urban

D. International becomes important as does interregional migration from rural to urban
Explanation
Stage 2 of the migration transition is characterized by the increasing importance of international migration and interregional migration from rural to urban areas. This means that during this stage, people are more likely to move from one country to another and from rural areas to urban areas within their own country. This can be attributed to factors such as job opportunities and the desire for a better quality of life.

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• 7.

### What is the 3 and 4 stage of migration?

• A.

Job opportunities

• B.

Unlikely to move

• C.

International becomes important as does interregional migration from rural to urban

• D.

Urban to suburban

A. Job opportunities
Explanation
The 3rd and 4th stages of migration involve job opportunities. This means that people are likely to move in search of better job prospects. It also highlights the importance of international migration, as well as migration from rural to urban areas and from urban to suburban areas.

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• 8.

### Amy is moving from Chicago to New York. What kind of migration is this?

• A.

Interregional

• B.

Intraregional

• C.

External

• D.

International

A. Interregional
Explanation
This migration is classified as interregional because it involves moving from one region (Chicago) to another region (New York) within the same country.

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• 9.

### Of the following european countries, who sent the most immigrants

• A.

Germany

• B.

Italy

• C.

Russia

• D.

Spain

A. Germany
Explanation
Germany is the correct answer because historically, Germany has been one of the largest sources of European emigrants. During the 19th and 20th centuries, Germany experienced significant emigration due to economic, political, and social factors. Many Germans sought better opportunities in countries like the United States, Canada, and South America. Additionally, after World War II, Germany experienced a large wave of emigration due to the devastation caused by the war. Therefore, it can be inferred that Germany sent the most immigrants among the given European countries.

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• 10.

### How many percent of long distance migration are women?

• A.

45%

• B.

50%

• C.

55%

• D.

60%

C. 55%
Explanation
The correct answer is 55%. This means that 55% of long distance migration consists of women. This suggests that women play a significant role in long distance migration, making up a majority of the migrants.

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• 11.

### About how many percent of male Mexicans were illegal in the 1980s

• A.

75%

• B.

85%

• C.

95%

• D.

70%

B. 85%
Explanation
In the given question, the answer "85%" suggests that approximately 85% of male Mexicans were illegal in the 1980s. This means that a significant majority of male Mexicans in that time period did not have legal status. It indicates a high percentage of undocumented individuals within the male Mexican population during the 1980s.

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• 12.

### In the 1990s, about how many percent of female Mexican immigrants were illegal?

• A.

60%

• B.

65%

• C.

45%

• D.

50%

D. 50%
Explanation
In the 1990s, approximately half of the female Mexican immigrants were estimated to be illegal, accounting for 50% of the total. This suggests that a significant portion of female Mexican immigrants during that time period did not have legal documentation or authorization to reside in the country.

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• 13.

• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

• D.

Option 4

A. Option 1
• 14.

### What was one of Ravenstein's theories?

• A.

Short distances migration and remain in country

• B.

Major migration directions is from rural to urban

• C.

(population 1 multiplied by population 2) divided by distance^2

• D.

Migration is the only option once alienated from the land

A. Short distances migration and remain in country
Explanation
Ravenstein's theory suggests that one of the patterns of migration is short distances migration and remaining in the same country. This means that people tend to migrate to nearby locations rather than long distances, and they are more likely to stay within their own country rather than moving to a different country.

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• 15.

### Sarah is moving to Toronto from Arizona. What type of migration is this?

• A.

International

• B.

Interregional

• C.

Intraregional

• D.

Internal

A. International
Explanation
This migration is considered international because Sarah is moving from one country (the United States) to another country (Canada).

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• 16.

### Ben is moving from Orlando to New Orleans. What type of migration is that?

• A.

International

• B.

Internal

• C.

Intraregional

• D.

Intreregional

C. Intraregional
Explanation
Ben's move from Orlando to New Orleans is considered intraregional migration because it involves the movement of an individual within the same region, in this case, within the United States.

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• 17.

### Which of the following is a push factor?

• A.

Job opportunities

• B.

Attractive weather

• C.

War

• D.

Moving closer to family

C. War
Explanation
War is considered a push factor because it forces people to leave their homes and seek safety in other places. The violence, destruction, and lack of security associated with war make it undesirable to stay in the affected area. This pushes individuals and families to migrate to safer regions where they can escape the dangers of war and find a better quality of life.

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• 18.

### Ling is sending money to his family in China. What is this called?

• A.

Payment

• B.

Being a good child

• C.

Finical aid

• D.

Remittances

D. Remittances
Explanation
Ling is sending money to his family in China, which is commonly referred to as remittances. Remittances typically involve the transfer of money from a person working in a foreign country back to their home country, often to support their family or contribute to their household expenses. This term accurately describes the situation described in the question.

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• 19.

### Which of the following is not part of Ravenstein's theory?

• A.

Most migrants go a short distance

• B.

• C.

Families migrate outside their country

• D.

Most international migrants are men

C. Families migrate outside their country
Explanation
Ravenstein's theory of migration focuses on patterns and characteristics of migrants. It states that most migrants tend to move short distances, that most immigrants are young adults, and that most international migrants are men. However, it does not specifically mention anything about families migrating outside their country. Therefore, "Families migrate outside their country" is not part of Ravenstein's theory.

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• 20.

### The Atlantic Slave Trade was what type of migration?

• A.

Forced

• B.

Voluntary

• C.

Internal

• D.

Intreregional

A. Forced
Explanation
The Atlantic Slave Trade refers to the forced migration of millions of Africans from their homeland to the Americas as slaves. This trade was characterized by the capture, sale, and transportation of individuals against their will, making it a clear example of forced migration.

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