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C3Looking at Regions

transportation the way people and goods are moved from place to place
industry all the businesses that make up one kind of product or provide one kind of service
technology the way people use new ideas to make tools and machines
absolute location the exact position of a place on the Earth's surface
urban a city region
suburb a town or small city near a larger city
specialize to work at only one kind of job
agriculture farming
trade buying and selling of goods
interdependence regions of the U.S. depending on each other for resources and products
communication the way people send and receive information
rural of or like a country region
parallels lines of latitude which run east to west and are always the same distance apart
meridians lines of longitude which run north to south
relative location position in relation to other places on Earth
Created by: marywolter