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Please help me Zoning laws are a useful land-use planning tool because they always protect areas such as wetlands and grasslands.  True False As a result of urban sprawl, displaced wildlife often end up venturing into populated areas in search of food. True False

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    Hello there! Do you get this topic at all or are you completely lost? :)

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    i don't get it at all

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    hi

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    It's perfectly fine. I'm here to help. :) Okay, so for the first one, you need to know what zoning laws are and what they are for. Zoning laws are laws that determine how land can be used (or NOT used). Often, zoning laws are put in place when natural areas become endangered. Yosemite Park is an example. Yosemite Park and many other natural reserves are protected by the government by zoning laws. That way, the natural areas and their wildlife can be protected. Does this make sense?

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    yes

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    Great! So do you get question one now, and you know what the answer is? I can move on to the next one?

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    WAIT!!!! Red alert: Question one says "ALWAYS." Do zoning laws ALWAYS protect grasslands and wetlands? What do you think?

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    i think they do

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    they protect them , and the answer is true

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    Okay... However, I must say I would go with false. And this is because of something that's in the second question. Let me know what the answer is, okay? :) Now for the second one: Urban sprawl is the uncontrolled spread of humans into wildlife areas. When humans crave more space, they take it, often regardless of the other things that live in that space. So do you get answer 2?

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    @sayai

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    okay i'll put fasle for the first one... i get it so its false also

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    its a test i'm taking they don't show the answer if it rigth or wrong

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    Oh, that's okay. But I seriously would go with false. Zoning laws, while they DO help out with conservation, don't ALWAYS protect grasslands and things like that. A lot of times, people have to petition in order to save those areas. Do you get the answer to number 2?

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    oh okay , for number 2 i choose false

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    can you please help me with another question ... i'm confuse about please

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    Okay! But for question 2, are you SURE? Read what I said about urban sprawl. Are you positive the answer is false?

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    oh i get it so it true thx

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    i'll post the question

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    yay thx

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