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AP HUG review chap.1

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why are toponyms important? they are important because if some places were named and some werent then we would not know where to go.
how do you tell time from longitude? there is 360 degrees of longitude when you travel to the east the time is earlier and when you go to the west the time is later
what are the different types of regions? formal region, functional region, vernacular region
why is spatial association important to geographers? it is important because it helps geographers find differences between regions and why there are such differences.
what are the physical features important to understand the distribution of human activities? climate soil vegetation and landforms
what does cultural diversity have to do with diffusion? cultures have different characteristics and some spread over time to other places.
the first person to use the word geography was...? Eratosthenes
the division of the US into nine regions by the census bureau is an example of a ...? formal region
true or false do geographers reject environmental determinism for possibilism true
true or false the spread of a new fashion first in large cities and later to smaller towns is an example of expansion diffusion false
 

 



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