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 Question 1: One important feature of the world's population with the most significant future implications is that Response: the most rapid growth is occurring in the less developed countries. Correct answer: the most rapid growth is occurring in the less developed countries. Score: 6.666 out of 6.666 

 Question 2: Which of the following regions is the most populated? Response: India and China
Correct answer: India and China
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 Question 3: Why is agricultural density important?
Response: It helps account for economic differences.
Correct answer: It helps account for economic differences.
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 Question 4: Which of the following would most likely NOT be a strain on a developing country facing a high dependency ratio with a pyramidal-shaped population pyramid? Response: Geriatric centers

Correct answer: Geriatric centers
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 Question 5: At the current natural increase rate, the world’s population will double during your lifetime. One way of reining in growth is through lowering birth rates. Which of the following is NOT described as an effective means for slowing the birth rate? Response: Encouraging conservative religions to lift their bans on birth control Correct answer: Encouraging conservative religions to lift their bans on birth control Score: 6.666 out of 6.666 

 Question 6: Stage 3 demographic transition is characterized by Response: moderate natural increase coupled with a declining crude birth rate. Correct answer: moderate natural increase coupled with a declining crude birth rate. Score: 6.666 out of 6.666 

 Question 7: The number of people per unit of arable land is the measure of Response: Physiological density
Correct answer: Physiological density
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 Question 8: Geographers define overpopulation as
Response: too many people compared to environmental capacity. Correct answer: too many people compared to environmental capacity. Score: 6.666 out of 6.666 

 Question 9: The demographic transition is the process of change of a country’s population structure. Which stage is characterized by a rapidly declining crude birth rate, a moderately declining crude death rate, and a moderate rate of natural population increase? Response: Stage 3

Correct answer: Stage 3
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 Question 10: Which of the following is NOT described as a possible reason for the current global reemergence of infectious diseases? Response: Shortage of medical personnel
Correct answer: Shortage of medical personnel
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 Question 11: Which of the following is defined as the average number of children a woman will have throughout her childbearing years? Response: Total fertility rate
Correct answer: Total fertility rate
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 Question 12: The region in Africa that is centered around north 23.5º latitude (Tropic of Cancer) is not a major population cluster as it is in South Asia and East Asia. What environmental condition discourages population growth? Response: Too dry

Correct answer: Too dry
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 Question 13: A possible stage 5 transition is the result of Response: A low death rate exceeding a low birth rate.
Correct answer: A low death rate exceeding a low birth rate. Score: 6.666 out of 6.666 

 Question 14: Why hasn’t Malthus’s population theory materialized? Response: Food supply has surpassed projections.
Correct answer: Food supply has surpassed projections.
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 Question 15: The geographic concept of connectivity relates to epidemiology in that Response: Proximity is a key factor in the diffusion of fatal illnesses. Correct answer: Proximity is a key factor in the diffusion of fatal illnesses. Score: 6.666 out of 6.666 

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