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chapter 13 ap murphy

ap human geography (47 cards)

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The process whereby an increasing percentage of people live in an urban area is known as Urbanization
The important element of urbanization is an increase in the percentageof peopleliving in urban settlements, land area occupied by urban settlements, and number of people living in urban settlements
which statement best discribes the relationship between urbanization and the industrial revolution the industrial revolution promoted urbanization
of the ten largest urban ares in the world, how many are MDC today 2
the process of legally adding land area to a city in the united states is annexation
the city plus its contigous biult-up suburbsis the urbanized area
higher social heterogeneity in urban settlements means that you may feel lonely and isolated in a crowd
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