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excercise 3 - 18 Centrifugal forces are the forces that...

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Spencer Syfrig 0242 Exercise 3 1) B 2) A 3) B 4) D 5) D 6) D 7) A 8) B 9) B 10) D 11) A 12) D 13) C 14) A 15) A 16) A stateless nation is a group of people without a common state. An example of this is the Kurdish people who live in Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria. 17) An example of a prorupted state is Thailand. The disadvantage of this shaped state is it isolates a part of the state. An example of a landlocked state is Nepal. The disadvantage of being landlocked is no access to the seas for trading or travel. An elongated state is Vietnam and the disadvantage of this shape is that the areas far from the capital are likely to be isolated because of lack of communication and contact. The last type is a fragmented state such as the Philippines. The disadvantage of this shape is that the state has trouble enforcing control over all the fragmented areas.
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Unformatted text preview: 18) Centrifugal forces are the forces that cause nations to weaken or destabilize. Three places in Asia experiencing severe crisis of war are China, Indonesia, and Myanmar. Centrifugal forces do seem to have a part in these causes of war. There are a lot of different cultures in close proximity which may be the cause for the wars. 19) The Green Revolution is the term for increasing food production through the introduction of high yielding grain crops. The benefits of the Green Revolution are better responses to fertilizer and pesticides and can tolerate shorter growing seasons. The drawbacks have been that the revolution has been based on the high-cost seeds and other commercial costs. Also, the nutrition diversity that used to exist has been diminished....
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