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1. The study of human populations is called
D. population geographics.
2. Geodemographics are different from demographics in that they focus on_____ aspects.
D. all of the above
E. none of the above
3. Population geographers define _____ regions that are _____ regions.
B. densely populated/crowded
4. Close to three-quarters of the world’s population live in
A. North America.
B. South America.
D. South Asia.
5. Sparsely settled regions characterize
A. every continent.
B. all continents except Europe.
C. all continents except Asia.
D. only Australia and Antarctica.
E. only Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.
6. Population density is an excellent indicator of
B. quality of life.
D. all of the above.
E. none of the above.
7. Physiological density relates the number of people to
A. an area of land.
B. a physical region.
C. an area of agricultural land.
D. sparse and dense regions by continent.
E. health statistics and quality of life.
8. Total Fertility Rate refers to
A. total number of children born in a year.
B. average number of children per family per year.
C. total number of children a woman has in her reproductive years.
D. average number of children a woman has in her reproductive years.
E. average number of children in a woman’s household in a given year.
9. An increasingly popular method of assessing natality is the
A. death rate.
B. life expectancy.
C. disease rate.
D. fertility rate.
E. mortality rate.
10. The world’s lowest birth rates are found among _____ populations.