AP Human Geography Quizzes & Trivia

AP Human Geography is more than just the ability to look at a map and know which way is north. The world we live in has profoundly shaped the way societies change and grow, and created both problems and solutions on levels from local to global.

Tackling a class like AP Human Geography asks you to take an active hand in thinking on each of these levels of influence, in processing data and analyzing statistics, and in looking for the ways that the world’s great variety of cultures are both alike and still unique. From climate change to cholera; from resource availability to urbanization, this quiz will help you review some of the topics that make this class so challenging and so rewarding at the same time.
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    Which statement about culture is true?

Human geography is the branch of geography that deals with the study of people and their communities, cultures, economies, and interactions with the environment by studying their relations with and across space and place. Leaning...

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    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.

In this quiz we’ll be looking at the topic of Human Geography from an advanced placement standpoint, asking you an assortment of questions on population, farming, ocean, factories, developing countries and much more....

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    ______ is the study of human populations

The first two exams in our ongoing Human Geography quiz series treated you well, but do you have what it takes to pass AP Human Geography Practice Exam #3? Take the quiz and answer the following questions to ensure...

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    The word "geography" literally means

This test is from An Introduction to Human Geography (9th edition) by James M. Rubenstein. This is about the agriculture chapter of the textbook. NOTE: All textbooks concerning human geography or are related to the course...

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    The origin of agriculture is located in Asia.

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AP Human Geography Questions & Answers

Which is the most suitable option here? The lowest crude birth rates are fund in countries in __________ stage of the Demographic transition model.
Japan is in Stage 5. Death Rate is higher than the birth rate. So the answer could be both stage 4 and 5 as birth rates in both of these stages may be very similar. This is assuming that one considered a country in stage 5 as one where the death rate
Which country has the higher natural increase rate? 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...
I feel the answer is X, because to find the NIR (natural increase rate), one must subtract the CDR from the CBR. In this case, 40-15=25. That is country X's NIR. Country Y's NIR is 11 due to the fact that 20-9=11. Twenty-five is greater than 11, whic
Which is not an example of a functional region?
The answer is option D A functional region also known as a nodal region is a region organized around a node or focal point. A functional region dominates at a central focus or node and diminishes in important outwards. This region is tied to central
Which of the following could be barriers to spatial interaction?
A barrier to spatial interaction is anything that prevents effective interaction or communication between communities. Whether this is a language barrier, where different neighbors can’t interact because they speak different languages, or a hig
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