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Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points) Which of the

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Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not an important manufacturing region of the Soviet Union?
A. Volga Region
B. Urals Region
C. Donbas Region
D. Central Industrial Region
E. the Muslim region of central Asia
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Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Quebec has:
A. a declining birth rate.
B. offered incentives for French speakers from elsewhere to move to Quebec.
C. significant hydroelectric power.
D. a population that has rapidly urbanized.
E. all of the above are true.
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Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The two European powers that fought over control of the area that became Canada were the:
A. French and British
B. British and Dutch
C. French and Spanish
D. Dutch and French
E. none of the above
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Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Venezuela and Colombia as compared with the Guianas have:
A. larger territories and smaller populations

B. larger populations and smaller territories
C. less varied physiographies
D. been more successful in replacing the plantation economy

E. fewer economic opportunities
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Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The name Peron is associated with which country?
A. Venezuela
B. Argentina
C. Chile
D. Tierra del Fuego
E. Entre Rios
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Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Bulgarians have felt close to the Russian population because:
A. the Russians are a fellow Serbian population
B. the capital Sofia is close to the Russian city of Kiev
C. the Russians were responsible for driving the Turks from the area
D. the Russians were responsible for freeing Bulgaria from the control of the Hungarians
E. none of the above
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Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The large cluster of population in the northeastern United States is known as:
A. metropolitan
B. Megalopolis
C. a transition zone
D. a cartogram
E. the San-San corridor
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Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
_______ dominates Western Europe demographically and economically.
A. France
B. Belgium
C. Austria
D. Germany
E. Switzerland
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Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which two colonial powers were principally involved in West Africa?
A. Britain and France
B. Portugal and France
C. Italy and Britain
D. U.S. and France
E. Algeria and Sudan
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Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The core areas of the world:
A. include areas that are only in the northern hemisphere
B. include areas that are located only in Europe and North American
C. are located in the western sections of Russia
D. include most of the countries of Eastern Europe
E. include the area where the richer countries are clustered
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Question 11 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The three-pronged foundation of the Southwest is:
A. sail-wagon, horsecar-walking, steel-rail
B. coal, natural gas, oil
C. urban, rural, and suburban settlement
D. electricity, water, and the automobile
E. none of the above
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Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not a Central Asian Ex-Soviet Republic?
A. Uzbekistan
B. Turkmenistan
C. Latvia
D. Kazakhstan
E. Tajikistan
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Question 13 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The major difference between an endemic and a pandemic disease is that:
A. an endemic disease moves swiftly through the population of a local area, whereas a pandemic disease is simply present, affecting the lives of millions of people in a negative way
B. a pandemic disease moves swiftly through the population of a local area, whereas a endemic disease is simply present, affecting the lives of millions of people in a negative way
C. a pandemic disease moves through the population of a large area of the world, whereas an endemic disease is simply present, affecting the lives of millions of people in a negative way
D. there is no difference between an endemic and a pandemic disease
E. none of the above
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Question 14 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The rings of slums surrounding South America's large cities are known as:
A. mestizos
B. favelas
C. tierra templada
D. altiplanos
E. the spines of the city
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Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The current interglaciation period is known as the:
A. Holocene
B. Obscene
C. Pleistocene
D. Cenozoic
E. Ice age
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Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The capital of Canada is:
A. Montreal
B. Toronto XXXXX
D. Vancouver
E. Whitehorse
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Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is the strongest example of a European nation-state?
A. Bosnia
B. Northern Ireland
C. Poland
D. Belgium
E. Spain
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Question 18 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The archipelago to the north of Cuba that is a leading tourist destination is:
A. Bermuda
B. Bahamas
C. Turks
D. Jamaica
E. Grenidines
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Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Western European state that is not a member of the European Union is:
A. Austria
B. England
C. Spain
D. Switzerland
E. Belgium
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Question 20 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Canada's primate city is:
A. Montreal
B. Canada has no primate city
C. Toronto XXXXX
E. Winsor
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Question 21 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The movement of the headquarters of the Russian Empire to St. Petersburg occurred so that the city could become a(n):
A. new capital
B. forward capital
C. industrial site
D. continental city
E. none of the above
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Question 22 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Volta Redonda is most closely identified with Brazil's:
A. iron and steel manufacturing activities
B. growing hydroelectric power production capacity
C. earliest European settlements
D. Amazonian growth poles
E. black population clusters
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Question 23 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The country in Equatorial Africa that had a border dispute with Nigeria over an oil-rich area is:
A. Congo
B. Cameroon
C. Central African Republic
D. Gabon
E. Equatorial Guinea
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Question 24 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Brazilian subregion with the most diversity in its European population is the:
A. South
B. Northeast
C. state of Sao Paulo
D. Interior
E. Amazonian North
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Question 25 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not contained within the European realm?
A. The Alps
B. Scandinavia
C. Iceland
D. the old Russian portion of the Soviet Union
E. England
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Question 26 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The North American region which is most dependent upon the extraction of raw materials is the:
A. Northern Frontier
B. Continental Interior
C. Maritime Northeast
D. Southwest
E. Pacific Hinge
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Question 27 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Central American country where English is spoken, but where Spanish will eventually become the predominant language is:
A. Cuba
B. Guatemala
C. Costa Rica
D. Mexico
E. Belize
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Question 28 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The second world:
A. was comprised of underdeveloped countries only
B. was comprised of the poorest countries
C. was the capitalist world
D. contains countries considered by the World Bank as candidates for economic slow down
E. was the socialist world
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Question 29 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Northern New England is tied culturally and economically to: XXXXX
B. Atlantic Canada
C. British Columbia
D. Prince Edward Island
E. Newfoundland and Labrador
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Question 30 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which republic has Serb, Croat and Muslim populations that were finally brought together in 1995 at a US-run peace conference?
A. Bosnia
B. Serbia
C. Croatia
D. Kosovo
E. Slovenia
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Question 31 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In the Amerind-subsistence Region:
A. Peru is the most important country
B. 85% of the population is pure European
C. the Amazon River predominates
D. oil is a major natural resource
E. most of the area is a D climate
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Question 32 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Your textbook identifies Eastern Europe as a zone of politico-geographical splintering and fracturing, called a:
A. Irredentist region
B. hinterland
C. shatter belt
D. Balkan
E. heartland region
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Question 33 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Italy's economic core, no longer focused on Rome, is located today in:
A. Romania
B. Po River Valley
C. the Indus River Valley
D. Greece
E. the Alpine chain
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Question 34 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is false?
A. South America's population remains concentrated in its interior, although many peripheral locations are growing rapidly.
B. Strong cultural pluralism exists in a majority of the countries in South America.
C. In general, the southern portion of South America is the most developed and the northeastern portion is least developed.
D. Brazil alone accounts for just under half of the land area of South America.
E. Brazil alone accounts for about half the population of South America.
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Question 35 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Identify the incorrect association.
A. Jamaica: British dependency
B. Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao: Netherlands dependencies
C. Martinique: French département
D. Cayman Islands: United States possessions
E. Cuba: Spanish
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Question 36 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The North American region which has undergone the most change in recent years is:
A. the South
B. the Continental Core
C. Agricultural Heartland
D. New England/Atlantic Provinces
E. French Canada
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Question 37 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The leading manufacturing/industrial complex in Poland is located in:
A. Gdansk
B. Warsaw
C. Slovenia
D. Silesia
E. The Ukraine
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Question 38 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following cities is an oil center in the Azerbaijan?
A. Moscow
B. White Russia
C. Baki (Baku)
D. Leningrad
E. Bucharest
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Question 39 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following countries has the most compact shape?
A. Guyana
B. Brazil
C. Uruguay
D. Paraguay
E. Colombia
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Question 40 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not an example of globalization?
A. McDonald's opening in France
B. NAFTA
C. the use of English
D. Japanese cars being made in Thailand
E. tariffs imposed on automobiles
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Question 41 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following associations is incorrect?
A. Niger River, Bulge of Africa
B. Congo River, The Congo
C. Zambezi River, Angola
D. Nile River, Sudan
E. Orange River, Kenya
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Question 42 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Transcaucasian area includes all of the following except:
A. Georgia
B. Armenia
C. Azerbaijan
D. Nagorno-Karabakh
E. Kirghizstan
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Question 43 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The term ________ is used to describe an inland climate that is remote from the moderating influences of large water bodies.
A. climatology
B. soviet
C. continentality
D. gyre
E. latitudeness
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Question 44 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
One of the last countries to give up its African colonies was:
A. United States
B. Germany
C. Portugal
D. Belgium
E. Dutch
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Question 45 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The railroad network of the Soviet Union radiates from Moscow, providing the city with a high degree of:
A. inaccessibility
B. centrality
C. diversity
D. unity
E. complementarity
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Question 46 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The country in which Idi Amin ruled is:
A. Tanzania
B. Zimbabwe
C. Uganda
D. Rwanda
E. Victoria
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Question 47 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which South American “culture sphere” resembles the Middle American “Rimland?”
A. The European-Commercial region
B. The Tropical-Plantation sphere
C. The Indo-Subsistence region
D. The Mestizo-Transitional region
E. The “Undifferentiated” area
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Question 48 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is a natural gas producing state?
A. Maine
B. New York
C. Ohio
D. Texas
E. none of the above
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Question 49 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Caribbean nation that showed the greatest growth in the latter half of the 1990s is:
A. Bahama
B. Cuba
C. the Dominican Republic
D. Haiti
E. Montserrat
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Question 50 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The country of Guyana:
A. was formerly a British colony before independence in 1966
B. is also called Suriname
C. contains a population that is three-quarters European

D. is the smallest of the four Guianas in population size
E. still belongs to France
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Question 51 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which former Soviet Republic, with its capital at Mensk, is also called White Russia, and is still strongly linked to Moscow?
A. Belarus
B. Lithuania
C. Georgia
D. Estonia
E. Ukraine
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Question 52 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements concerning map scale is false?
A. The fractional scale 1:1,000,000 means one inch on the map represents one million inches on the ground.
B. If the linear scale of a map is twice another, its aerial representation is four times larger.
C. To represent a large area on a small map, a small scale is used.
D. Larger scale maps allow for greater detail in depicting regions and sub regions.
E. A map with the fractional scale 1:103,000,000 has a larger scale than one of 1:1,000,000.
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Question 53 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Rubber production has had the greatest impact on which Brazilian subregion?
A. South
B. Northeast
C. state of Sao Paulo
D. Interior
E. North
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Question 54 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Spain and the United Kingdom are in dispute over which piece of territory:
A. Basque
B. Portugal
C. Ceuta
D. Malta
E. Gibraltar
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Question 55 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Only the southern section of which of the following islands was recently granted admission to the EU?
A. Ireland
B. Malta
C. Crete
D. Sicily
E. Cyprus
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Question 56 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Soviet Union consisted of _____________ Soviet Socialist Republics.
A. 120
B. 1
C. 15
D. 3
E. 2
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Question 57 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A. The Mayan civilization arose in the highland areas of Mexico.
B. The Aztec civilization was founded on the higher plateaus of present-day Mexico.
C. The ceremonial center of the Aztec civilization, named Tenochitlan, was located in the Valley of Mexico.
D. Tenochtitlan probably had over one-hundred thousand inhabitants at its peak.
E. The Aztecs were conquered by the Spanish.
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Question 58 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The birth rate in Brazil over the past decade has:
A. declined
B. increased rapidly
C. remained the same
D. increased slowly
E. defied accurate measurement
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Question 59 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Before independence, the modern state of The Congo was a colony of:
A. France
B. Germany
C. Britain
D. Belgium
E. South Africa
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Question 60 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The capital of the Chechen Republic is:
A. Chechenia
B. Moscow
C. Tbilisi
D. Groznyy
E. Yerevan
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Question 61 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which statement below best characterizes the concept of culture?
A. A civilized pattern of behavior, including an appreciation of serious music and good
food.
B. Learned patterns of thought and behavior characteristic of a population or society.
C. An expression of the artistic qualities in a nation, such as painting and other fine arts.
D. A combination of habits relating to the human body, including washing, eating methods and cleanliness.
E. None of the above are related to the concept of culture.
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Question 62 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The two major language groups in Canada are:
A. English and Spanish
B. English and French
C. English and Canadian
D. Canadian and French
E. only English is spoken widely in Canada
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Question 63 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The capital and primate city of Greece is:
A. Athens
B. Crete
C. Cyclades
D. Cyprus
E. Macedonia
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Question 64 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Bogotá, Colombia's capital city, is located:
A. on the arid Pacific coast
B. on the Caribbean Sea at the outlet of the Magdalena Valley

C. in a major Andean Basin
D. at the intersection of three valleys in the eastern savanna zone near the Chilean border
E. in the llanos
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Question 65 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following cities is located in Italy's core area?
A. Milan-Turin-Genoa
B. Rome
C. Barcelona
D. Naples
E. Catalonia
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Question 66 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Southern Italy is known as the:
A. Mezzogiorno
B. Sicily
C. Milan
D. Ancona
E. Lombardy
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Question 67 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not one of the four Motors of Europe?
A. Tirane (Albania)
B. Milan
C. Stuttgart
D. Barcelona
E. Lyon
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Question 68 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The newest independent country in northern Africa is:
A. Ethiopia
B. Somalia
C. Eritrea
D. Addis Ababa
E. Chad
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Question 69 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
From the end of World War II until the 1990s, Eastern Europe was dominated by the:
A. Ottomans
B. Hapsburgs
C. Lithuanians
D. Soviet Union
E. Poles
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Question 70 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
An interesting aspect of Madagascar is that:
A. the Great Rift Valley predominates in the central part of the country
B. the population is of Malay-Polynesian origin

C. it produces exceptional quantities of corn
D. the island is controlled by the South Africans who have extended apartheid to the
island
E. most of the population is descendant of Ethiopians
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Question 71 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is a systematic subfield of geography?
A. regional geography
B. cartography
C. anthropology
D. urban geography
E. sociology
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Question 72 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is false?
A. Germany is larger territorially than France.
B. Germany has a better river system than France.
C. Germany is more industrialized than France.
D. Germany is more urbanized than France.
E. France has better harbors than does Germany.
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Question 73 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
As a result of U.S. interest in a Panama Canal during the early 20th century:
A. Panama became a territorially coherent state
B. a treaty was drawn granting the U. S. permanent sovereignty over the Canal Zone
C. Panama became independent from Colombia
D. a Panamanian revolt was subdued by U. S. intervention
E. a French company finally completed the canal in 1918
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Question 74 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Caribbean Coast of Middle America is:
A. part of the Rimland
B. part of the Heartland
C. an area settled by the Dutch
D. an area settled by the Portuguese
E. none of the above
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Question 75 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In Ecuador, a regional split has occurred between:
A. Quitos and Lima
B. Guayaquil and Amazona
C. Guayaquil and Quitos
D. Lima and Bogota
E. Quitos and Callao
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Question 76 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In 1982, Argentina fought a war with Britain over the:
A. Tierra del Fuego
B. Falkland Islands
C. South Georgia Islands
D. British withdrawal of trade concessions
E. Antarctica
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Question 77 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
This Russian republic contains 30 distinct nationalities, is located near the Chechen Republic, and is dominated by agriculture and oil:
A. Chechen Republic
B. Mari Republic
C. North Ossetian Republic
D. Dagestan Republic
E. Mordovian Republic
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Question 78 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Caribbean region's largest city is:
A. Kingston
B. San Jose
C. Santo Domingo
D. Ocho Rios
E. Mexico City
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Question 79 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following countries is not in The African Transition Zone?
A. Mauritania
B. Mali
C. Niger
D. Nigeria
E. Egypt
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Question 80 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
According to Japanese economist Ohmae, a regional state is:
a. a province about to secede from a country
b. a natural economic zone
c. one of the Four Canadas
d. a grouping of provinces or states
e. soley a Japanese phenomena
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Question 81 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A. Though African cultural influences dominate in the Caribbean portion of Middle America, Amerindian traditions survive on the mainland.
B. Trinidad is considered one of the Greater Antilles.

C. Anthropologists commonly refer to the Middle America culture hearth as “Mesoamerica.”
D. Many Central Americans do not consider Panama to be a part of their region.
E. Plantations are found in the rimland.
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Question 82 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
This former Soviet Republic contains the oil city of Baki (Baku) and its people have ethnic affinities with Iran. Recently, the Armenian population of this area became refugees.
A. Azerbaijan
B. Moldavia
C. Georgia
D. Estonia
E. Turkmenistan
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Question 83 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Kuzbas region:
A. lead city is Novosibirsk
B. is also called the Kuznetsk Basin
C. has developed in part because of the central planning activities of the former Soviet Union
D. contains both iron and coal deposits
E. all of the above
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Question 84 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following associations is incorrect?
A. Santiago and Chile
B. Montevideo and Paraguay
C. Lima and Peru
D. Quito and Ecuador
E. Brasília and Brazil
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Question 85 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Brazil's Northeast:
A. was Brazil's source area: its early plantation economy developed here first
B. today still produces the country's coffee crop
C. is the site of Brazil's most spectacular recent surge of economic development
D. contains the largest number of German settlers in the country
F. remains mainly Indian country: most of the Amazonian Indians have resettled here
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Question 86 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The territory in dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia is:
A. Georgia
B. Abkhazian
C. Nakhichevan
D. Nagorno-Karabakh
E. South Ossetia
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Question 87 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following countries is not located in Equatorial Africa?
A. Gabon
B. Congo
C. Mauritania
D. Cameroon
E. Central African Republic
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Question 88 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
. The major conurbation of LonXXXXX XXXXXes within which of the following regions?
A. Southern England
B. Northern England
C. Scotland
D. Wales
E. LonXXXXX XXXXXes on the border between the North and the South
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Question 89 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
St. Petersburg:
A. lies on the doorstep of Siberia, a binding force between eastern and western realms of the
USSR
B. was always a competitor for Moscow, but did not become the capital of Russia until the
1917 Revolution
C. was formerly called Leningrad and Petrograd
D. lies at the head of the Gulf of Bothnia
E. has always been the country's most important Black Sea port
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Question 90 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The core area of the United States is known as the:
A. Northeast
B. Atlantic Seaboard
C. American Manufacturing Belt
D. Borchert epoch
E. mega-urban area
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Question 91 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Russian imperialism in the nineteenth century was aimed chiefly at:
A. Persia
B. Central Asia
C. Poland
D. Ukraine
E. India
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Question 92 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
This African country is a former French colony, built a Roman Catholic basilica to rival St. Peter's in Rome, and has recently seen a slowing of the economy.
A. Ivory Coast
B. South Africa
C. Somalia
D. Tanganyika
E. Benin
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Question 93 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The final stage in the evolution of an insurgent state, according to McColl, is the stage of:
A. equilibrium
B. contention
C. counteroffensive
D. subsequence
E. disintegration
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Question 94 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The largest ethnic minority in Ukraine is:
A. Bulgarians
B. Moldovans
C. Crimeans
D. Russians
E. None of the above
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Question 95 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
This small country gains much of its importance because of its location on the Bab el Mandeb Strait leading into the Red Sea
A. Mauritania
B. Mali
C. Niger
D. Nigeria
E. Djibouti
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Question 96 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Armenia is in conflict with which other former Soviet Socialist Republic?
A. Georgia
B. Armenia
C. Azerbaijan
D. Nagorno-Karabakh
E. Kirghizstan
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Question 97 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The island contested between Greece and Turkey is:
A. Cyprus
B. Crete
C. Malta
D. Sicily
E. Macedonia
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Question 98 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Rainfall patterns in humid tropical (A) climates are characterized by all but:
A. substantial precipitation every month, year-round, in the Af (rainforest) subtype
B. a sudden increase in rainfall resulting from the arrival of the monsoon in the Am (monsoon) subtype
C. a “double maximum” sometimes involving “long rains” and “short rains” in the savanna (Aw) subtype
d. the specter of hunger in savanna areas because of comparatively infertile soils and
unreliable seasonal precipitation
E. principally nighttime rainfall in rainforest (Af) areas, reducing evapotranspiration
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Question 99 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The population of Russia is:
A. shrinking by about half a million per year
B. about the same size as the U.S.
C. unusual in that men live longer, on average, then women
D. increasing at an increasing rate
E. none of the above
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Question 100 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The country in Equatorial Africa with significant oil supplies and an upper middle income economy is:
A. Congo
B. Cameroon
C. Central African Republic
D. Gabon
E. Equatorial Guinea
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Question 101 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Two countries which were originally part of German East Africa, but were given to the Belgians after World War I are:
A. Tanzania and Kenya
B. Zimbabwe and Zambia
C. Uganda and Burundi
D. Rwanda and Burundi
E. Victoria and Swaziland
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Question 102 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not a major cause of tropical deforestation in Central America?
A. need to clear land for cattle pasture
B. persistent economic and demographic problems
C. the lumber industry
D. population growth
E. all of the above are major causes
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Question 103 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The fastest growing metropolitan area in the US is:

A. Miami
B. Las Vegas
C. Dallas
D. Phoenix
E. Denver
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Question 104 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The term that is used to indicate decreasing levels of spatial interactions with increasing distances is:
A. distance delay
B. state's rights
C. diversity theory
D. oblast
E. distance decay
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Question 105 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following countries was not a British colony prior to its independence?
A. Botswana
B. Zambia
C. Kenya
D. Ethiopia
E. Malawi
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Question 106 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
A market that is set up only on certain days of the week is known as a ____ market.
A. Bantustan
B. condominium
C. trader
D. periodic
E. sequent occupant
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Question 107 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In South America, the richest 20% of the population control _____ of the wealth.
A. 2%
B. 70%
C. 90%
D. 1%
E. 95%
________________________________________

Question 108 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Central America's poorest country is:
A. Cuba
B. Guatemala
C. Mexico
D. Honduras
E. Nicaragua
________________________________________

Question 109 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following countries is not located in East Africa?
A. Nigeria
B. Kenya
C. Uganda
D. Tanzania
E. Burundi
________________________________________

Question 110 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Northern and Southern Italy are divided by the:
A. Alps
B. Apennines
C. Po River
D. Ancona Line
E. Pesto Mountains
________________________________________

Question 111 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Civil war in which of the following led to the change in the government of The Congo?
A. The Congo
B. Cameroon
C. Central African Republic
D. Rwanda
E. Equatorial Guinea
________________________________________

Question 112 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The geographic principle under which particular peoples and particular places concentrate on the production of particular goods is known as:
A. spatial specialization
B. Balkanization
C. supranationalism
D. irredentism
E. local functional specialization
________________________________________

Question 113 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is landlocked?
A. Paraguay
B. Ecuador
C. Guiana
D. Peru
E. Chile
________________________________________

Question 114 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Polonoroeste Plan has called for settlement near the border with:
A. Venezuela
B. Chile
C. Bolivia
D. Mexico
E. Sao Paulo
________________________________________

Question 115 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
An industry identified in your textbook as one with mixed blessing for Middle America is:
A. agriculture
B. industry
C. banking
D. tourism
E. diamond cutting
________________________________________

Question 116 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Autonomous Community in eastern Spain just south of the Pyrenees Mountains centered on industrialized Barcelona is known as:
A. Silesia
B. Galicia
C. Catalonia
D. Lombardy
E. Portugal
________________________________________

Question 117 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Canada's large cluster of Francophones in New Brunswick are known as:
A. Acadians
B. Ontarioans
C. French
D. Brunswickers
E. none of the above
________________________________________

Question 118 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The term _________ refers to a huge state farm and literally means “a grain and meat factory” in which agricultural efficiency through mechanization and minimum labor requirements should be at its peak.
A. kuzbas
B. sovkhoz
C. gorod
D. Ural
E. kolkhoz
________________________________________

Question 119 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
When a state seeks to acquire the ethnically similar people and territory on the other side of its boundary by appealing to a concentrated group, this action is termed:
A. irradiation
B. irrational
C. interference
D. irredentism
E. irresponsible
________________________________________

Question 120 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Most of Argentina's population is clustered in the:
A. Gran Chaco
B. Patagonia
C. pampas
D. Tierra del Fuego
E. Parana River Valley
________________________________________

Question 121 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The North American region which is the largest and the least densely settled is the:
A. Northern Frontier
B. Continental Interior
C. Maritime Northeast
D. Southwest
E. Pacific Hinge
________________________________________

Question 122 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In Rwanda and Burundi:
A. the Tutsis, while dominant politically and economically, are in the minority
B. the Hutus are primarily farmers
C. the basis for the conflict is not ethnicity, but status in society
D. in 1994, Hutu militias went on an organized campaign against the Tutsis and collaborationist Hutus
E. all of the above are true
________________________________________

Question 123 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
_________ is the city with the most Asians in North America.
A. Denver
B. Vancouver
C. Seattle
D. San Diego
E. Chicago
________________________________________

Question 124 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A. Although China has a tremendously large population, it still has extensive areas nearly devoid of permanent population.
B. More than one-fourth of the world's population presently resides in India.
C. Megalopolis includes all cities in the U.S. urban complex from Boston to Washington.
D. The two largest population clusters are shrinking.
E. All of the above are correct.
________________________________________

Question 125 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is one of Canada's Prairie provinces?
A. Nova Scotia
B. British Columbia
C. Manitoba
D. Quebec
E. Maine
________________________________________

Question 126 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The North Slope of Alaska contains large fields of:
a. cold weather crops
b. tar sands
c. diamonds
d. hydroelectric power
e. coal
________________________________________

Question 127 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land bodies is known as a(n):
A. spine
B. isthmus
C. Oriente
D. rimland
E. peninsula
________________________________________

Question 128 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is one of the world's most productive post-industrial complexes?
A. Phoenix and Tucson
B. Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio
C. El Paso
D. Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach
E. Charlotte, Atlanta, and Charleston
________________________________________

Question 129 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which country has no dominant ethnic groups?
A. Nigeria
B. Ethiopia
C. Zimbabwe
D. The Congo
E. Kenya
________________________________________

Question 130 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
As one travels north leaving South America, the first country on the Central American isthmus is ________.
A. Costa Rica
B. Panama
C. El Salvador
D. Nicaragua
E. Cuba
________________________________________

Question 131 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The once most important crop of Cuba, which has been losing its position as the mainstay of the Cuban economy is:
A. corn
B. wheat
C. sugar
D. grapes
E. bananas
________________________________________

Question 132 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which island is the Caribbean's leading oil producer?
A. Trinidad
B. Cuba
C. Panama
D. Bahrain
E. Costa Rica
________________________________________

Question 133 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The difference between “formal” and “functional” regions is:
A. the nature of the unifying properties: static homogeneity vs. functional cohesion
B. the area involved: formal areas are very large, while functional areas are smaller
C. the formal region is urban in nature, the functional region is rural
D. the age of the regions: the functional region is normally much older than the formal region
E. the formal region characterizes the non-Western world, the functional region is typically European or North American
________________________________________

Question 134 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Slovakia has a large _______ minority.
A. Czech
B. Hungarian
C. Serbian
D. Moldovan
E. Jewish
________________________________________

Question 135 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The now-independent political entity that was called South West Africa is today renamed:
A. Namibia
B. Botswana
C. Western Rhodesia
D. Bophuthatswana
E. Lesotho
________________________________________

Question 136 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following states has most of its territory located in the Intermontane Basin and Plateau physiographic province?
A. Wisconsin
B. Texas
C. Pennsylvania
D. Nevada
E. New York
________________________________________

Question 137 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is not a state created by the devolution of former Yugoslavia?
A. Bosnia
B. Macedonia
C. Croatia
D. Slovakia
E. Serbia-Montenegro
________________________________________

Question 138 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following Soviet programs was most successful?
A. Virgin and Idle Lands Project
B. Sovkhoz farms
C. Kolkhoz farms
D. Ethnic acculturation
E. Industrialization
________________________________________

Question 139 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Panama Canal was opened in ________.
A. 1872
B. 1903
C. 1914
D. 1934
E. 1959
________________________________________

Question 140 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The geopolitical theory that indicates that the rimland is the key to control of the world was forwarded by:
A. Marx
B. Mackinder
C. Spykman
D. Lenin
E. Gorbachev
________________________________________

Question 141 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following jobs belongs to the tertiary sector of the American economy?
A. computer systems specialist
B. chief executive of a multinational corporation
C. auto assembly line welder
D. office receptionist
E. farmer
________________________________________

Question 142 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements about Russia and North America is false?
A. Next to Canada and Mexico, Russia is the third closest neighbor to the United States.
B. The Russians established forts and villages along the entire California coast.
C. The Russians sold Alaska to the United States in 1867.
D. The Bering Strait separates the United States from Russia.
E. The USSR was a United States ally in World War II.
________________________________________

Question 143 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
What percentage of the Caribbean population lives in cities:
A. 67%
B. 80%
C. 10%
D. 20%
E. 40%
________________________________________

Question 144 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following states is unilingual in that it possesses a single language spoken throughout its territory?
A. Switzerland
B. Austria
C. Yugoslavia
D. Belgium
E. United Kingdom
________________________________________

Question 145 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The major river in Germany, which enters the North Sea through the Netherlands and which passes through the Ruhr is the:
A. Rhine
B. Danube
C. Loire
D. Thames
E. Seine
________________________________________

Question 146 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Cabinda is a(n):
A. exclave of Angola
B. separate country
C. dependency of South Africa
D. island that was formerly independent, but is now part of Tanzania
E. province of The Congo
________________________________________

Question 147 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is false?
A. Climatically, South Africa is Africa's only true temperate-zone country.
B. South Africa lies outside of the current habitat of the Tsetse Fly.
C. South Africa's white population is larger than the white populations of all other Sub-
Saharan African countries combined.
D. South Africa has large coal reserves.
E. The Boers are now called the Afrikaners.
________________________________________

Question 148 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In which country did a major slave rebellion take place?
A. Mexico
B. Jamaica
C. Haiti
D. Ocho Rios
E. Cuba
________________________________________

Question 149 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
These two cities act as Russian ports facing the Barents Sea in the north.
A. Kiev and Odessa
B. Murmansk and Vladivostok
C. Tyva Republic and Yakutia
D. Arkhangelsk and Odessa
E. Murmansk and Arkhangelsk
________________________________________

Question 150 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is true?
A. Desertification occurs only in the eastern hemisphere.
B. Deserts are found on the eastern sides of the continents.
C. Rainfall is least dependable in the drier portions of the world.
D. Wegener is responsible for the theory of climatic regions.
E. All of the above are false.
________________________________________

Question 151 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A. Haiti's population is predominantly black with a small mulatto minority.
B. In the second half of the nineteenth century approximately 100,000 Chinese emigrated to Cuba as indentured servants.
C. Trinidad has a large East Indian minority and Hindi remains a commonly spoken language.
D. Cuba's population has a black majority.
E. Haiti is on the island of Hispanola.
________________________________________

Question 152 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following is the smallest Central American country in terms of population?
A. Honduras
B. Jamaica
C. Belize
D. Nicaragua
E. Guyana
________________________________________

Question 153 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
An industrial area east of the Kuzbas is centered around:
A. Kiev
B. Uzbekistan
C. Lake Baykal
D. Odessa
E. Siberia
________________________________________

Question 154 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The ethnic group exerting the most control in Kenya is the:
a. Kikuyu
b. Swahili
c. Tutsi
d. Bantu
e. Hutu
________________________________________

Question 155 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Central America, as defined by geographers, is:
A. a region within Middle America between Mexico and Colombia
B. a region that incorporates all the lands and islands between the U. S. and South America
C. the regional term for the Greater Antilles, “that is, the Caribbean's larger islands”
D. the heartland or central zone of Middle America (its technical name is Mestizoamerica)
E. the region covered by Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize
________________________________________

Question 156 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which city contains the United States' largest cluster of Asian ethnics?
A. Los Angeles
B. Miami
C. New York
D. Montreal
E. Pittsburgh
________________________________________

Question 157 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
A large scale map shows:
A. a small area
B. a large area
C. there is no relationship between the scale on a map and the size of the area shown
D. an unbalanced area
E. a great deal of weight
________________________________________

Question 158 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Inside the Russian Federation there are about _____ separate entities.
A. 21
B. 89
C. 5
D. 44
E. no separate republics are found in the Russian Federation
________________________________________

Question 159 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Japanese investment in Russia's Far East has been held up by a dispute over:
A. the Amur River
B. Kurile Islands
C. Manchuria
D. Sakhalin Island
E. Vladivostok
________________________________________

Question 160 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In the Russian revolution of 1917:
A. the czars defeated the communists
B. the Bolsheviks defeated the Leninists
C. the Bolsheviks defeated the Mensheviks
D. the whites defeated the reds
E. the capitalists defeated the communists
________________________________________

Question 161 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The majority of Russia falls within the humid cold climate region. In the Köppen-Geiger classification scheme, this is signified by the letter:
A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D
E. E
________________________________________

Question 162 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
A continental climate is most likely found in:
A. New York
B. Oregon
C. Florida
D. Delaware
E. Kansas
________________________________________

Question 163 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which city is not located within the American Manufacturing Belt (the Continental Core)?
A. Atlanta
B. New York
C. Detroit
D. Pittsburgh
E. Philadelphia
________________________________________

Question 164 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which Norden city serves as a break of bulk, or entrepôt, city?
A. Stockholm
B. Copenhagen
C. Oslo
D. Reykjavik
E. Baltic City
________________________________________

Question 165 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The first West African state to gain its independence, formerly called the Gold Coast, is:
A. Ghana
B. Guinea-Bissau
C. Zambia
D. Tanganyika
E. Kenya
________________________________________

Question 166 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In which of the following countries did the Communist Chinese build the Tan-Zam Railway?
A. Sudan
B. Tanzania
C. Malawi
D. The Congo
E. Ethiopia
________________________________________

Question 167 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
In the Latin American city model, the elite residential sector contains the:
A. commercial/industrial spine
B. disamenity sector
C. zone of maturity

D. zone of in situ accretion
E. zone of peripheral squatter settlements
________________________________________

Question 168 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Peru (Humboldt) Current is:
A. a cool offshore ocean current conducive to commercial fishing that flows parallel to the
Peruvian coastline
B. a drying wind that blows off the Andes and creates desert-like conditions along the Peruvian coastal plain
C. a rising air movement that brings the hot and humid conditions of the tierra fría to the uppermost Andean basins
D. a new high voltage electrical network that transmits Amazon-oil-generated power by pipeline to the cities across the Andes
E. the name of Bolivár's revolutionary movement of the 1960s
________________________________________

Question 169 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
A growth pole is:
A. an established manufacturing center that dominates a substantial region
B. any large city in a national core area
c. a location where a set of industries, given a start, will grow, setting off ripples of development in a surrounding area
d. a location, now in decline, that served as a focal point for a developing region in the
past
E. an agricultural region where annual yields increase annually
________________________________________

Question 170 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Norden:
A. is comprised of the Scandinavian countries, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden
B. has a largely inhospitable northern climate
C. is entirely separated by water from the rest of Europe
D. is the least developed region of Europe, due to its peripheral location
E. has always been able to exploit abundant natural resources
________________________________________

Question 171 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Nigeria's old capital of Lagos was situated within the culture area of the people called:
A. Ndebele
B. Yoruba
C. Pygmies
D. Ibo
E. Zambians
________________________________________

Question 172 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The rebellion in Chiapas was designed to occur at the same time as:
A. the launching of NAFTA
B. Christmas
C. the presidential election in Mexico
D. other Mexican states were seceding from the country

E. none of the above
________________________________________

Question 173 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The vegetation of coniferous forest at the southern end of the treeless plains is known as:
A. taiga
B. Ural
C. permafrost
D. tundra
E. Kola
________________________________________

Question 174 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Switzerland of Central America, the region's oldest democratic republic is:
A. Nicaragua
B. Jamaica
C. Belize
D. Honduras
E. Costa Rica
________________________________________

Question 175 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The islands of the Caribbean Sea belong to which of the following realms:
A. North America
B. Middle America
C. South America
D. Sub-Saharan Africa
E. Europe
________________________________________

Question 176 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The __________ form(s) the eastern limit of the Russian Core:
A. Volga-Dan Canal
B. large petroleum reserves
C. Volga River
D. Ural Mountains
E. distance from European conflicts
________________________________________

Question 177 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which statement below best defines the North American Core? It:
A. encompasses a great rectangle from Boston to Washington to St. Louis to Milwaukee and includes southernmost Ontario.
B. incorporates the subsidiary cores of California and British Columbia into a continent-wide network.
C. consists of the prime farmlands of the Midwest (the Corn belt) and the eastern states.
D. lies astride the United States-Canadian boundary westward from the area of the Great
Lakes, extending to British Columbia (including Vancouver) and Washington (Seattle).
E. is constituted by the source area of modern North American culture: the east coast of
the United States and the St. Lawrence Valley, Canada.
________________________________________

Question 178 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A. Caribbean cultural diversity is greater than that found in mainland Middle America.
B. Mexico accounts for approximately 70 percent of the total land area of Middle America.
C. Spain held on to Cuba and Puerto Rico until the Spanish-American War at the end of the nineteenth century.
D. The largest Caribbean country in both area and population is the Dominican Republic.
E. The Panama Canal is located in Middle America.
________________________________________

Question 179 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
Which of the following countries is the home of the Shona and Ndebele tribes where many whites have remained even after the white minority government was replaced?
A. Botswana
B. Cameroon
C. Zimbabwe
D. Zambia
E. Mozambique
________________________________________

Question 180 (Multiple Choice Worth 0.55 points)
The Congo River basin supports what type of vegetation?
A. desert
B. savanna
C. tropical rainforest
D. tundra
E. none of the above
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