What do you understand about AP Human Geography? It's an introductory college-level human geography course. Students develop their understanding of human geography through data and geographic analysis. They investigate topics like patterns and spatial organization, social impacts, and interactions with their environment, spatial process, and societal changes. If you want to see more about AP Human Geography, this is the quiz for you.
A scale model of the real world
A very accurate model of the real world
An artistic fabrication of the real world
A method of scientific inquiry used to explain the real world
An ancient explanation of the cosmos
Challenge the Catholic Church
Support Isaac Newton's principles
To codify basic principles of mapmaking
To introduce the concept of geography information systems
To compliment the expansion of the Persian Empire
A GPS unit
A large luggage area
A GIS unit
Shape is distorted very little
Landmasses at the poles are very accurate
It is very useful to display information across the oceans
The eastern and western hemispheres are separated
It was developed using GIS technology
A GPS machine
Polynesian "stick chart" makers
A Robinson Projection map
Thomas Hutchinson in 1785
Alexander Von Humboldt and Carl Ritter
Ellen Churchill Semple
Density, concentration, pattern
Density, capacity, concentration
Capacity, pattern, concentration
Concentration, density, dispersement
Concentration, capacity, pattern
Space time compression
Japanese are concentrated in suburbs and Chinese are concentrated in urban areas.
Chinese are concentrated in suburbs and Japanese are in urban areas.
Japanese are concentrated in urban areas and Chinese are in rural areas.
Japanese are concentrated in rural areas and Chinese are in urban areas.
Japanese are concentrated in suburbs and Chinese are in rural areas.
Southwestern United States and Southeastern Canada
Southern United States and Northeastern Canada
Northeastern United States and Northeastern Canada
Northwestern United States and Northeastern Canada
Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada
Crude birth rate, crude death rate and total fertility rate
Crude birth rate, total fertility rate and life expectancy
Crude birth rate, crude death rate and natural increase rate
Natural increase rate, life expectancy, and infant mortality rate
Life expectancy, infant mortality rate and total fertility rate
The number of males per hundred females in the total population
The number of people too young or too old to work
The number of babies born per 1,000 people
The number of children over 15 years old
The number of women between the ages of 15-49 years old
There is a stable government.
There are economic opportunities.
There is an abundance of farmland.
There are many natural resources.
None of the above.
There is no correlation between migration and the demographic transition model.
Ukraine and Romania
Austria and Czechoslovakia
Ireland and Germany
Vietnam and Laos
Sweden and Norway
High speed rails
All of the above
Provides immigrants a place to live.
Provides Turkey with a cultural experience.
Provides a small small plots of land where a variety of vegetables can grow.
Provide child care opportunities for immigrant's children.
Provides micro lending opportunities to transnational corporations.
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