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Title: Geography


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A 1
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Which of these statements describes a population
density? A. Australia's population is
concentrated in cities. B. Bangladeshi's
population is growing rapidly. C. Canada has on
average of 2.4 persons per square kilometre. D.
Singapore has a multiracial society.
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A 2
Question
At present the world's population is A. growing
rapidly. B. growing slowly. C. holding steady. D.
slowly declining.
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A 3
Question
Governments are interested in finding out
information on the number of people in their
country for all of these reasons EXCEPT A. to
plan for public facilities such as hospitals. B.
to help calculate taxation and expenditures. C.
to find people's opinions on various issues. D.
to discover the size of social problems.
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A 4
Question
A bulge in a population pyramid shows A. an
increase in the death rate. B. a higher than
average population in one age group. C. a high
level of immigration during one historic
period. D. an increase in the fertility rate.
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B 1
Question
The dependency ratio is based on the assumption
that A. The elderly are supported by their
families. B. There are always more children than
senior citizens. C. Most people die before eighty
years of age. D. Children and the elderly need to
be supported by the middle-aged.
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B 2
Question
The fertility rate measures A. how many children
the average woman has in her lifetime. B. how
many children live past the age of one year. C.
the number of women compared to the number of
men. D. the average age at which women bear
children.
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B 3
Question
How does the fertility rate in less-developed
countries (LDCs) compare to the fertility rate in
the developed countries? A. The fertility rates
of LDCs are much higher. B. Most women in LDCs
have slightly more children C. Fertility rates
are much the same worldwide. D. Fertility rates
are lower in LDCs.
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B 4
Question
Which of these statements indicates the general
world situation of birth rates compared to infant
mortality rates? A. Countries with high birth
rates have high infant mortality. B. There is no
relationship between the two rates. C. There is a
negative relationship. D. Countries with high
birth rates have average infant mortality.
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C 1
Question
Many European countries have zero population
growth. Which of the situations below causes
this situation? A. The fertility rate is well
above 2. B. The birth rates and death rates are
about equal. C. Immigration is matched by
emigration. D. Infant mortality rates are low.
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C 2
Question
In which group of countries is life expectancy
greatest? A. The least developed countries. B.
Countries with dry desert climates. C. African
countries. D. Developed countries.
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C 3
Question
How does the life span of women compare to
men? A. All women live longer than men. B. Women
on average live slightly longer than men. C. Some
women live to be a hundred. D. Women on average
live slightly shorter lives than men.
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C 4
Question
As measures are taken within less-developed
countries to reduce infant mortality the
fertility rates fall. Which of the statements
below explains this ? A. Parents want electronic
goods rather than more children. B. Parents want
children to work on the family farm. C. The role
of women changes from home-maker to worker. D.
Parents are more confident their children will
live.
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D 1
Question
What is the relationship between the education of
women and the fertility rate? A. Educated women
have more children than other women. B. Educated
women have fewer children than other women. C.
Educated women put their careers before having a
family. D. Education makes women dissatisfied
with housework.
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D 2
Question
What countries have the shortest population
doubling times? A. Countries with a high natural
increase. B. Countries with a plentiful food
supply. C. Highly industrialized countries. D.
European countries.
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D 3
Question
Most immigrants who come as refugees to Canada
help to build the country in all of these ways
EXCEPT A. contributing skills learned in their
country of origin. B. willingness to work
hard. C. hopes for a better life. D. bringing
lots of money to invest.
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D 4
Question
Which of the following is likely to take place in
Canada's demographic future as the average age of
the population increases? A. An increase in the
birth rate. B. A decrease in the birth rate. C.
An increase in the fertility rate. D. Increased
emigration.
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E 1
Question
As the average age of Canada's population
increases what problem of dependency will be
created? A. There will be fewer children to care
for. B. There will be more elderly people
working. C. Fewer people of working age will have
to support more dependents. D. More people will
die than will be born.
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E 2
Question
All of the following help prevent an increase in
the average age of the Canadian population
EXCEPT A. increased immigration. B. increased
death rate. C. increased birth rate. D. increased
retirement ages.
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E 3
Question
The purpose of the Demographic Transition Model
is to show A. that disasters are necessary to
limit populations. B. how countries become
developed. C. how birth rates and death rates
change as a country develops. D. that wars reduce
the population.
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E 4
Question
A wide-based population pyramid indicates a
country which is in what stage of
development? A. Primitive. B. Early
expanding. C. Late expanding. D. Zero population
growth.
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F 1
Question
A narrow-based population pyramid of a country
indicates which of the following situations? A.
The birth rate is rising. B. The birth rate is
falling. C. The birth rate is low. D. The country
has a population explosion.
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F 2
Countries in stage four of the Demographic
Transition Model are mostly in which
continent? A. Africa. B. Asia. C. Australia. D.
Europe.
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F 3
Question
All of the following factors help to keep the
birth rate low in Canada EXCEPT A. the high
percentage of women in the workforce. B. the
widespread availability of birth control
methods. C. our high standard of living. D.
Canadians respect for high moral values.
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F 4
Question
Which of the following situations represents
stage four of the Demographic Transition
Model? A. Rapid increases in population. B. Slow
increases of population. C. Zero population
growth. D. High rates of immigration.
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G 1
Question
How does improved hygiene and health care
initially affect the population of a developing
country? A. The population rises. B. Birth rates
increase. C. The population falls. D. Zero growth
rate is achieved.
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G 2
Question
China has tried to control its population in all
these ways EXCEPT A. advertising a "one-child
per family" policy. B. giving financial rewards
to parents who limit their family size. C.
encouraging Chinese people to emigrate. D.
encouraging young Chinese to delay marriage.
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G 3
Question
Which of the following statements best explains
why Canada is sparsely populated? A. Much of the
land is inhospitable to human settlement. B.
Financial opportunities attract Canadians to the
United States. C. It is difficult for immigrants
to enter Canada. D. The Canadian birthrate is low
by world standards.
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G 4
Question
Where is most population growth taking place at
the present time? A. Industrialized
countries. B. Developing countries. C. China. D.
Western countries.
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A 1
Answer
A. Australia's population is concentrated in
cities. B. Bangladeshi's population is growing
rapidly. C. Canada has on average of 2.4 persons
per square kilometre. D. Singapore has a
multiracial society.
Home
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A 2
Answer
A. growing rapidly. B. growing slowly. C. holding
steady. D. slowly declining.
Home
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A 3
Answer
A. to plan for public facilities such as
hospitals. B. to help calculate taxation and
expenditures. C. to find people's opinions on
various issues. D. to discover the size of social
problems.
Home
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A 4
Answer
A. an increase in the death rate. B. a higher
than average population in one age group. C. a
high level of immigration during one historic
period. D. an increase in the fertility rate.
Home
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B 1
Answer
A. The elderly are supported by their
families. B. There are always more children than
senior citizens. C. Most people die before eighty
years of age. D. Children and the elderly need to
be supported by the middle-aged.
Home
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B 2
Answer
A. how many children the average woman has in her
lifetime. B. how many children live past the age
of one year. C. the number of women compared to
the number of men. D. the average age at which
women bear children.
Home
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B 3
Answer
A. The fertility rates of LDCs are much
higher. B. Most women in LDCs have slightly more
children C. Fertility rates are much the same
worldwide. D. Fertility rates are lower in LDCs.
Home
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B 4
Answer
A. Countries with high birth rates have high
infant mortality. B. There is no relationship
between the two rates. C. There is a negative
relationship. D. Countries with high birth rates
have average infant mortality.
Home
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C 1
Answer
A. The fertility rate is well above 2. B. The
birth rates and death rates are about equal. C.
Immigration is matched by emigration. D. Infant
mortality rates are low.
Home
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C 2
Answer
A. The least developed countries. B. Countries
with dry desert climates. C. African
countries. D. Developed countries.
Home
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C 3
Answer
A. All women live longer than men. B. Women on
average live slightly longer than men. C. Some
women live to be a hundred. D. Women on average
live slightly shorter lives than men.
Home
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C 4
Answer
A. Parents want electronic goods rather than more
children. B. Parents want children to work on the
family farm. C. The role of women changes from
home-maker to worker. D. Parents are more
confident their children will live.
Home
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D 1
Answer
A. Educated women have more children than other
women. B. Educated women have fewer children than
other women. C. Educated women put their careers
before having a family. D. Education makes women
dissatisfied with housework.
Home
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D 2
Answer
A. Countries with a high natural increase. B.
Countries with a plentiful food supply. C. Highly
industrialized countries. D. European countries.
Home
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D 3
Answer
A. contributing skills learned in their country
of origin. B. willingness to work hard. C. hopes
for a better life. D. bringing lots of money to
invest.
Home
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D 4
Answer
A. An increase in the birth rate. B. A decrease
in the birth rate. C. An increase in the
fertility rate. D. Increased emigration.
Home
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E 1
Answer
A. There will be fewer children to care for. B.
There will be more elderly people working. C.
Fewer people of working age will have to support
more dependents. D. More people will die than
will be born.
Home
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E 2
Answer
A. increased immigration. B. increased death
rate. C. increased birth rate. D. increased
retirement ages.
Home
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E 3
Answer
A. that disasters are necessary to limit
populations. B. how countries become
developed. C. how birth rates and death rates
change as a country develops. D. that wars reduce
the population.
Home
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E 4
Answer
A. Primitive. B. Early expanding. C. Late
expanding. D. Zero population growth.
Home
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F 1
Answer
A. The birth rate is rising. B. The birth rate is
falling. C. The birth rate is low. D. The country
has a population explosion.
Home
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F 2
Answer
A. Africa. B. Asia. C. Australia. D. Europe.
Home
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F 3
Answer
A. the high percentage of women in the
workforce. B. the widespread availability of
birth control methods. C. our high standard of
living. D. Canadians respect for high moral
values.
Home
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F 4
Answer
A. Rapid increases in population. B. Slow
increases of population. C. Zero population
growth. D. High rates of immigration.
Home
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G 1
Answer
A. The population rises. B. Birth rates
increase. C. The population falls. D. Zero growth
rate is achieved.
Home
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G 2
Answer
A. advertising a "one-child per family"
policy. B. giving financial rewards to parents
who limit their family size. C. encouraging
Chinese people to emigrate. D. encouraging young
Chinese to delay marriage.
Home
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G 3
Answer
A. Much of the land is inhospitable to human
settlement. B. Financial opportunities attract
Canadians to the United States. C. It is
difficult for immigrants to enter Canada. D. The
Canadian birthrate is low by world standards.
Home
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G 4
Answer
A. Industrialized countries. B. Developing
countries. C. China. D. Western countries.
Home
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