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which of the following is not an example of human geography? a) A geographer studies the social organization of a small village in Italy. b) A team of geographers examine the interactions between population groups in Spain. c) A geographer studies the elevation of mountains in France. d) A team of geographers publish a book about life in Germany.

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I think D but i'm not sure... this is the definetion of human geography "the study of the interaction between human beings and their environment in particular places and across spatial areas."
I'm positive its c) A geographer studies the elevation of mountains in france
Yes C is correct. I just got it right. A geographer studies the elevation of mountains in France.

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