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Human Geography Chapter 14 Quiz

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Question 1:


a) primary activities
b) secondary activities
c) tertiary activities
d) quaternary activities
e) None of the above.

Question 2:


a) economic activities that process, transform, fabricate, or assemble raw materials
b) economic activities that collect and utilize natural resources and raw materials
c) economic activities involving the sale, distribution, and exchange of goods
d) economic activities that handle and process knowledge and information.
e) None of the above.

Question 3:


a) a measure derived by Weber and used in industrial location theory
b) a measure indicating the least-cost location for an industrial firm
c) a measure which determines whether a firm will be market- or material-oriented
d) All of the above.
e) None of the above.

Question 4:


a) locational interdependence
b) a spatial monopoly
c) an isotim
d) an isodapane
e) None of the above.

Question 5:


a) conventional oil
b) oil
c) coal
d) charcoal
e) solar

Question 6:


a) economic growth
b) the growth of urban centres
c) population growth
d) All of the above.
e) A and b only.

Question 7:


a) Japan, the United States of America, and Russia
b) Brazil, Vietnam, and Greece
c) Mexico, Portugal, and Spain
d) None of the above.
e) B and c only.

Question 8:


a) Japan, the United States of America, and Russia
b) Western Europe
c) Mexico, Portugal, and Spain
d) Both a and b.
e) Both b and c.

Question 9:


a) Fordism
b) post-fordism
c) globalization
d) industrial restructuring
e) None of the above.

Question 10:


a) outsourcing
b) offshore production
c) information technologies
d) transnational corporations
e) All of the above.