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1. Which is an example of relative location? (Points : 1) 49° latitude, 3° longitude The South Pole Fifty feet down this road and then to the right Zip code 98466 2. On the global grid, a location 20° north of the equator and 30° west of the prime meridian would be: (Points : 1) 130° west, 25° north. 130° west, 70° north. 30° west, 20° north. 20° north, 30° west.
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3. In this fictional map, which elements suggest relative location? Check all that apply. (Points : 1) Gridlines West Island North Piglet Hartinger Ocean 4. In this fictional map, which elements suggest absolute location? Check all that apply. (Points : 1) Gridlines North Island South Piglet Hartinger Ocean 5. While location is about how to find something, _____ is about _____. (Points : 1) space; room available latitude; availability of space place; what it is like once you get there place; availability of space 6. If you were to travel to a new location, you would need information about it before you go. Which is an example of a question based on place? (Points : 1) What kind of clothes should I take? Where is it on a map? How much will it cost to get there? How long will it take me to get there? 7. Definitions of regions are _____ and are based on _____. (Points : 1) rigid; natural laws rigid; mathematical relationships of distance varied; whatever the mapmaker or map-reader needs to study varied; definitions of continents and mountains 8. _____ are based on common human or environmental properties, such as population, average temperature, and political boundaries. (Points : 1) Formal regions Functional regions Perceptual regions Physical regions 9. A physical geographer might designate regions based on: (Points : 1) historical human migrations. ages of civilizations. languages spoken. continents. 10. ____ are reasons why groups of people move to a particular place. (Points : 1) Push factors Chamber of Commerce effects Paths of least resistance Pull factors 11. The African American population of cities in the northern states _____ during the _____. (Points : 1) increased; Great Migration decreased; Great Migration increased; American Revolution decreased; American Revolution 12. Which are examples of how technology may have affected the Great Migration in the United States? Check all that apply. (Points : 1) Oceans and mountains spurring recreation technology Silicon mines in California fueling the Silicon Valley boom Manufacturing technologies growing in cities Railroads allowing food to be sold farther from where it is grown 13. Before European settlers arrived, the Great Plains of North America were: (Points : 1) fruit orchards. oak, pine, and alder forests. corn planted by Native Americans. wild grasses. 14. Human transformations of the environment are usually fueled by _____. (Points : 1) technology bison recreation aesthetics 15. Here are events in a story of how people have interacted with a landscape. Put them in chronological order. (Points : 1) Potential Matches: 1 : Hand logging near lakes 2 : Dense forest with large trees on steep hills 3 : Mechanized logging throughout hills 4 : Erosion fills lakes with silt Answer : 1 : 2 : 3 : 4

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