By Jason Flowers
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Which of the following terms refers to a ratio between distances portrayed on a map and actual distances on the earth’s surface that correspond to this map? (A) Chart (B) Scale (C) Contour (D) Grid (E) Projection 21. Processes of globalization are most closely associated with which of the following forms of socioeconomic organization? (A) Mutualism (B) Socialism (C) Feudalism (D) Capitalism (E) Communism 22. A subfield of geography that deals holistically with the environmental and human attributes of a particular territory is known as (A) human geography (B) political geography (C) physical geography (D) biogeography (E) regional geography 23.
Which of the following terms most directly refers to geographical techniques that collect information about the earth’s surface from distantiated perspectives? (A) Geographic information systems (B) Geomancy (C) Remote sensing (D) Ethnography (E) Demography 24. In cognitive space, perceived boundaries such as frontiers, horizons, and shorelines are known as (A) paths (B) nodes (C) edges (D) districts (E) landmarks 25. In the context of the contemporary United States, a strip mall shopping center best exemplifies which of the following types of landscape?
Factors that prevent a species from reproducing at its maximum rate are known as environmental (A) fecundity (B) fertility (C) struggle (D) limits (E) resistance 87. The maximum reproductive capacity of a population is known as (A) sterility (B) fertility (C) fruitful (D) fecundity (E) prolific 88. Population distribution that is evenly spread over a landscape typically in low densities is called (A) concentrated distribution (B) dispersed distribution (C) scattered distribution (D) condensed distribution (E) diluted distribution 89.
500 AP Human Geography Questions to Know by Test Day by Jason Flowers