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  1. The movement of large numbers of people to cities is know as A) rural decline B) urbanization C) population density D) economic activity

  2. The movement of large numbers of people to cities is know as A) rural decline B) urbanization C) population density D) economic activity

  3. What do geographers call an unequal distribution of wealth and resources in a specific geographic area? A)population distribution B )unfair C)equality D)spatial inequality

  4. What do geographers call an unequal distribution of wealth and resources in a specific geographic area? A)population distribution B )unfair C)equality D)spatial inequality

  5. Rosa lives in a cardboard box and Sergio lives in an estate in Mexico City. The contrast in their living conditions is an example of: A)over crowding B)spatial inequality C)equality D)poverty

  6. Rosa lives in a cardboard box and Sergio lives in an estate in Mexico City. The contrast in their living conditions is an example of: A)over crowding B)spatial inequality C)equality D)poverty

  7. A "pull factor" is a strong reason to encourage someone to do something.A major "pull factor" that would draw farmers to move from the country to Mexico City is: A)economic opportunities B)spatial inequality C)communal lands D)pollution

  8. A "pull factor" is a strong reason to encourage someone to do something.A major "pull factor" that would draw farmers to move from the country to Mexico City is: A)economic opportunities B)spatial inequality C)communal lands D)pollution

  9. True or False As Mexico City has grown, pollution has increased.

  10. True or False As Mexico City has grown, pollution has increased.

  11. True or False As Mexico City has grown it has seen an increase in the average size of families.

  12. True or False As Mexico City has grown it has seen an increase in the average size of families.

  13. True or False The "have nots" enjoy a higher standard of living than the "haves".

  14. True or False The "have nots" enjoy a higher standard of living than the "haves".

  15. The migration of people from the country to the city due to rising unemployment and growing poverty. A)rural decline B)spatial inequality C)political movement D)urban movement

  16. The migration of people from the country to the city due to rising unemployment and growing poverty. A)rural decline B)spatial inequality C)political movement D)urban movement

  17. True or False As Mexico City has grown it has seen an increase in crime rates.

  18. True or False As Mexico City has grown it has seen an increase in crime rates.

  19. True or False Most of Mexico City's population is wealthy.

  20. True or False Most of Mexico City's population is wealthy.

  21. This map of Latin America shows: A)vegetation B)climate C)population D)elevation

  22. This map of Latin America shows: A)vegetation B)climate C)population D)elevation

  23. This map of Latin America shows: A)economic activity B)political boundaries C)landforms D)population density

  24. This map of Latin America shows: A)economic activity B)political boundaries C)landforms D)population density

  25. True or False People in developed countries have a higher standard of living than people in developing countries.

  26. True or False People in developed countries have a higher standard of living than people in developing countries.

  27. A major cause of rural decline in Mexico City is: A)crowding B)pollution C)poverty and unemployment D)loss of communal farms

  28. A major cause of rural decline in Mexico City is: A)crowding B)pollution C)poverty and unemployment D)loss of communal farms

  29. A major effect of rural decline is A) more job opportunities B) higher standards of living C) decrease in crime D) increased urbanization

  30. A major effect of rural decline is A) more job opportunities B) higher standards of living C) decrease in crime D) increased urbanization

  31. True or False Since 1950, Mexico has become more rural than urban.

  32. True or False Since 1950, Mexico has become more rural than urban.

  33. True or False In 2000, about half of all Mexicans lived in rural areas.

  34. True or False In 2000, about half of all Mexicans lived in rural areas.

  35. True or False Mexico was more rural than urban until the 1960’s.

  36. True or False Mexico was more rural than urban until the 1960’s.