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exam 1 #1 - Grade Details 1 Question Environmental science...

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Grade Details 1. Question: Environmental science integrates knowledge from the disciplines of Your Ans wer: chemistry and physics. ecology . demography. economics and politics. all of these answers CORRECT A Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 2. Question: Ecology is the study of how Your Ans wer: atoms make up the environment.
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evolution affects nature. organisms interact with each other and their nonliving environment. CORRECT societies pass laws to protect the environment. Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 3. Question: An exponential growth curve depicting an ever-growing population is shaped  like the letter ____. Your Ans wer: J CORRECT L M S
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N Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 4. Question: Which of the following is  not  greater in developing countries than in  developed countries? Your Ans wer: annual population growth rate population under age 15 average GNP per person CORRECT infant mortality Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 5. Question: Most of the environmental problems we face are Your Ans
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wer: increasing linearly. decreasing linearly. increasing exponentially. CORRECT decreasing exponentially. are not increasing or decreasing. Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 6. Question: A sustainable society Your Ans wer: manages its economy and population size without doing irreparable  environmental harm. INCORRECT satisfies the needs of its people without depleting Earth capital.
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protects the prospects of future generations of humans and other species. all of these answers. CORRECT ANSWER none of these answers. Points Rec eived: 0 of 1 7. Question: Exponential growth Your Ans wer: remains constant. INCORRECT starts out slowly and remains slow. starts out slowly then becomes very rapid. CORRECT ANSWER
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starts rapidly and remains rapid. starts rapidly and then slows. Points Rec eived: 0 of 1 8. Question: Which of the following choices would make the statement false? Economic growth Your Ans wer: provides goods and services for people’s final use. is accomplished by minimizing the flow of matter and energy through an econo my. CORRECT is encouraged by population growth. is encouraged by increased consumption per capita. all of these answers.
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Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 9. Question: The market value in current dollars of all goods and services produced within  a country for final  use during a year is Your Ans wer: gross national product. gross world product. per capital GNP. per capita GDP. gross domestic product. CORRECT Points Rec eived: 1 of 1 10 Question: Which of the following statements about developing countries is true? Your Ans wer: They are highly industrialized.
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They have high average GNPs per person. They include the United States, Germany, and Japan.
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