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Which is an example of perceptual region?
a) Chicago Metropolitan Area b) Old South c) Texas d) region with same climate
The Amazon River Basin is considered a region, why?
a) The Amazon rain forest has many different animals and plants b) it has the Amazon river runnig through it c) has different climate, topography, and plant life throught the area d) similarity of climate, topography, and plant life throughout region
What is GPS used for?
a) digital mapping b) shopping c) navigation while traveling d) prevent wrecks
What is an example of a funtional region
a) Houston metroplolitan area b) Northern Brazil c) Old South d) sunblet states
Physical factors that help constitute a region
a) mountains, river, religion b) vegetation, political unit, weather c) vegetation, climate, land, and water forms d) river systems, religion, language
What is an area with one or more features that sets it apart from other areas?
a) country b) region c) climate zone d) religion
What are factors that help identify a region?
a) time zone, cities, topography b) religion, language, topography, forests c) language, water systems, culture d) climate, poltical units, vegetaion, language
When tectonic plates colide what forms?
a) mountains b) lakes c) glaciers d) valleys
Most people live where?
a) in the country side b) rural areas c) near fresh water d) Antarctica
Are humans able to adapt to many different physical surroundings?
a) no b) yes c) maybe d) no way
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