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chapter 3

geography

QuestionAnswer
what is population the number of people who live in a specific area
what are the three things that make up population growth birth rate, death rate and rate of natural increase
what factors effect where people live fertile soil, fresh water
what is the difference between a push factor and a pull factor push- cause for leaving pull- attract people to an area
what is a refugee person fleeing to safety
what is a natural resource something found in nature necessary or useful to Humans
Name four basic economic systems Tradition, command , market and mixed
what does GDP stand for Gross domestic product
types of governments a) democracy b) dictatorship c)monarchy d)oligarchy e)communism
migration relocating to a new region
demographer geographers who study human population
urban areas cities and their suburbs
rural areas farms and small villages
habitable lands worlds largest population lives in this area
Created by: kplait