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C) political decisions. (D) technological development. (E) market conditions. 32. Which one of the following is an example of a formal region? (A) The US Corn Belt (B) Northwest Airlines (C) Dixie (D) Retailing region of Chicago (E) The Midwest 33. Which type of land use would you expect to find along high-volume mass transit lines? (A) Big box retail stores (B) High-density apartment complexes (C) Skyscraper office complexes (D) A scrap yard (E) An industrial plant 34. Which of the following is NOT an example of a compact state?
22. Which of the following statements correctly describes migrants today? (A) They represent an accurate cross-section of their home country. (B) They represent an accurate cross-section of their destination country. (C) They include an equal number of males and females. (D) They include an equal representation from each age group. (E) They are usually young singles. 23. Which one of the following statements does NOT correctly describe global urbanization? (A) The percentage of people living in cities is growing.
D) disease. (E) the sex structure of population. 41. Which one of the following does NOT correctly characterize agribusiness? (A) A system (B) A set of relationships to organize food production from seed to loaf of bread (C) A large corporate entity (D) A global enterprise (E) A business enterprise driven by the fast food industry 42. Which of the following statements correctly describes world population distribution? (A) World population is evenly distributed. (B) More than one-half the world’s population lives between 60 degrees and 80 degrees north of the equator.
AP Human Geography. 2012-2013 Edition by Carol Ann Gillespie