AP Human Geography- Unit 2: Population and Migration


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  • 1. Multiple-choice
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    Explain Thomas Malthus's population theory.
    He concluded that the world's population increase was higher than the development of food supplies.
    He concluded that crude birth rates must balance crude death rates.
    He concluded that population increased arithmetically while food production increased linguistically.
    He concluded that population growth was outpacing available resources in every country, according to algebraic calculations.
  • 2. Multiple-choice
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    A crude birth rate of approximately 10 per 1,000 is typical of a country in which stage of the demographic transition?
    stage 1
    stage 2
    stage 3
    stage 4
  • 3. Multiple-choice
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    1 pt
    Where are people most likely not to live?
    places that are too hot
    places that are too cold 
    places that are too high in elevation
    All the answers are correct
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