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Subsistence farming - raising just enough crops to support one’s family. 2. COMMERCIAL FARMING - the large scale production of crops for sale. 3. PADDY - a level field that is flooded to grow rice, especially in Asia. 4. What kind of landform makes up mainland Southeast Asia?

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  • Subsistence farming-raising

  • just enough crops to support

  • one’s family.


2. COMMERCIAL FARMING-the large scale production of crops for sale.


3.PADDY-a level field that is flooded

to grow rice, especially in Asia.


4. What kind of landform makes up mainland Southeast Asia?

Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Thailand.


Pacific Ocean

  • 5. What influences the climate of east Asia?

  • Monsoons.


6. Mineral resources of Japan and South Korea?

Few mineral resources.


  • 7. Farming and the population of East Asia?

  • Fertile soil .


  • 8. Largest oil producing region of the world?

  • Southwest Asia .


9. Growing crops in Central Asia?

Irrigate the farmland .


10. Danger facing the rainforests of Southeast Asia?

Logging .


11. Chief crop in Southeast Asia?

Rice.


12. Country that takes up most of East Asia?

China.


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