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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 6 Market Determinants of Value Test Problems 1. The “gravity” that draws economic activity into clusters is: c. Demand for access or proximity. 2. Spatial or distance relationships that are important to a land use are called its: a. Linkages. 3. Cities have tended to grow where: a. Transportation modes intersect or change. 4. The economic base multiplier of a city tends to be greater if the city is: a. Larger. 5. The best example of a base economic activity would be a: e. Regional sales office. 6. Important supply factors affecting a city’s growth or growth potential include all except the: a. Unemployment rate. 7. Which of these are true about agglomeration economies? e. All of the above. 8. Which of these influences will decrease the level of a bid-rent curve at the center of the city? a. Faster travel time. 9. In a system of bid-rent curves, assuming that households are identical except for the feature noted, which of these prospective bidders will bid successfully for the sites nearest to the CBD? a. Households with the greatest number of commuting workers. 10. A large university is an example of what kind of economic phenomenon?...
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- Spring '08
- Economic Base, World population, Alachua county, MSA specific, simple linear method