500 AP Human Geography Questions to Know by Test Day by Jason Flowers

By Jason Flowers

Organized for simple reference and the most important perform, insurance of all of the crucial themes awarded as 500 AP-style questions with specific resolution explanations

5 Steps to a five: 500 AP Human Geography inquiries to comprehend by way of attempt Day is adapted to fulfill your examine needs—whether you will have left it to the final minute to arrange otherwise you were learning for months. you'll make the most of going over the questions written to parallel the subject, structure, and measure of trouble of the questions inside the AP examination, followed by way of solutions with entire explanations.

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A social decline in religious adherence is referred to as (A) partisanship (B) fundamentalism (C) syncretism (D) mysticism (E) secularism 175. Which of the following culture regions of the United States has the strongest historical connections to Lutheran Christian traditions? (A) The Rocky Mountains (B) New England (C) The Upper Midwest (D) The South (E) The Pacific Northwest 176. The term caste refers to a particular system of social stratification that is informed by which of the following religions?

112. In which area of the world would countries in stage one of the demographic transition model most likely be found? (A) Northern Europe (B) North America (C) South America (D) East Asia (E) Western and southern Africa 113. All of the following are arguments advanced by neo-Malthusians with regard to future world population growth EXCEPT (A) Global food demand will rise as third-world countries develop. (B) Technological advancements will likely solve issues of food production and consumption.

Which of the following culture regions of the United States has the strongest historical connections to Lutheran Christian traditions? (A) The Rocky Mountains (B) New England (C) The Upper Midwest (D) The South (E) The Pacific Northwest 176. The term caste refers to a particular system of social stratification that is informed by which of the following religions? (A) Buddhism (B) Hinduism (C) Confucianism (D) Taoism (E) Islam 177. Shinto, a set of rituals and customs that are practiced in order to connect with ancient spirits, is a religious tradition that belongs to which of the following nations?

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