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Chapter 13. 13.01 Which of the following countries is least urbanized? 1. Brazil 2. United States 3. France 4. India 5. Japan. 13.01 Which of the following countries is least urbanized? 1. Brazil 2. United States 3. France 4. India 5. Japan.

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Chapter 13

Chapter 13


Chapter 13

13.01 Which of the following countries is least urbanized?

1. Brazil

2. United States

3. France

4. India

5. Japan


Chapter 13

13.01 Which of the following countries is least urbanized?

1. Brazil

2. United States

3. France

4. India

5. Japan


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13.02 Over the last five decades urban growth rates have been highest in

1. LDCs

2. MDCs

3. The United States

4. Northern Europe

5. Australia


Chapter 13

13.02 Over the last five decades urban growth rates have been highest in

1. LDCs

2. MDCs

3. The United States

4. Northern Europe

5. Australia


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13.03 In the United States, which of the following is most likely to have the largest area?

1. Metropolitan statistical area

2. County

3. Large city

4. Urbanized area

5. Micropolitan statistical area


Chapter 13

13.03 In the United States, which of the following is most likely to have the largest area?

1. Metropolitan statistical area

2. County

3. Large city

4. Urbanized area

5. Micropolitan statistical area


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13.04 The ______________ model holds that cities expand outward in circular rings.

1. Edge city

2. Sector

3. Concentric zone

4. Peripheral

5. Multiple nuclei


Chapter 13

13.04 The ______________ model holds that cities expand outward in circular rings.

1. Edge city

2. Sector

3. Concentric zone

4. Peripheral

5. Multiple nuclei


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13.05 Dwelling patterns in less developed countries

1. Vary dramatically based on ancient cultural practices

2. Tend to be similar to European cities

3. Tend to be similar to American cities

4. Are strongly regulated by governments

5. Lead to strong intermixing of rich and poor in the city centers


Chapter 13

13.05 Dwelling patterns in less developed countries

1. Vary dramatically based on ancient cultural practices

2. Tend to be similar to European cities

3. Tend to be similar to American cities

4. Are strongly regulated by governments

5. Lead to strong intermixing of rich and poor in the city centers


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13.06 In Latin American cities, the very poor tend to live

1. On the periphery of the city

2. In the central business district

3. In narrow corridors radiating out from the central business district

4. In a ring that immediately surrounds the central business district

5. In edge cities physically separated from large cities


Chapter 13

13.06 In Latin American cities, the very poor tend to live

1. On the periphery of the city

2. In the central business district

3. In narrow corridors radiating out from the central business district

4. In a ring that immediately surrounds the central business district

5. In edge cities physically separated from large cities


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13.07 The process by which banks identify urban areas in which they will not make residential loans is called

1. Urban renewal

2. Black-listing

3. Filtering

4. Green-belting

5. Redlining


Chapter 13

13.07 The process by which banks identify urban areas in which they will not make residential loans is called

1. Urban renewal

2. Black-listing

3. Filtering

4. Green-belting

5. Redlining


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13.08 The process by which an inner-city neighborhood is renovated and attracts middle-class families is called

1. Annexation

2. Gentrification

3. Redlining

4. Public housing

5. Urbanization


Chapter 13

13.08 The process by which an inner-city neighborhood is renovated and attracts middle-class families is called

1. Annexation

2. Gentrification

3. Redlining

4. Public housing

5. Urbanization


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13.09 Polls in the United States show that most people prefer to live in

1. City centers

2. Small towns

3. Rural areas

4. Suburbs

5. Any place that is within 5 miles of work


Chapter 13

13.09 Polls in the United States show that most people prefer to live in

1. City centers

2. Small towns

3. Rural areas

4. Suburbs

5. Any place that is within 5 miles of work


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13.10 In the United States, local government can best be described as

1. Consolidated

2. Fragmented

3. Urbanized

4. Unitary

5. Anarchical


Chapter 13

13.10 In the United States, local government can best be described as

1. Consolidated

2. Fragmented

3. Urbanized

4. Unitary

5. Anarchical


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