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Geography Quiz

Geography Quiz - Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Population a group or type of people
Rural areas or populations outside cities
Urban areas or populations inside cities or towns
Demography the study of human population statistics
Growth Rate a number that shows the increase or decrease in a population during a certain period of time
Birth Rate the number of live births per thousand people every year
Death Rate the number of deaths per thousand people every year
Migration the movement of people from one place to another
Economy the system by which goods and services are produced, sold, and bought in a country or region
Carrying Capacity the maximum number of people that a region can support without running out of resources
Population Distribution the patterns of how people are arranged in an area
Clustered close together and unevenly distributed over an area
Scattered spread over a large area and not grouped together
Linear forming a line, which can be straight or wavy
Peripheral distributed along the outer perimeter of an area
Population Density the number of people in a given area
Dense describes high population density‐many people crowded together in a given area
Sparse describes low population density‐a small number of people scattered over a large area
Created by: MRET