Study Guide - Exam 1 - chapters 1-3 - spr 2010

Study Guide - Exam 1 - chapters 1-3 - spr 2010 - Population...

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Population Geography – Study Guide for Exam 1, Spring 2010 Note: this is just a guide. There may be questions from your book or lectures that do not appear on this guide. There may be multiple questions from one single point below. Questions will come from lectures and chapters and PP presentations. Chapters 1-3 Bring a pencil. I will provide a scantron. You can bring one page of notes to the exam, written or typed (2 sided). Chapter 1 1. What are the 3 most primary considerations of demographers/population geographers? 2. What is the most basic characteristic of a population? 3. About how many of all babies born on the planet are born in the developing world? 4. The J-curve of human population growth illustrates what? 5. What is the “law of 70”, or ‘doubling time’? What does it tell us about a given population? 6. When did the population of the world reach 1 billion? 2 billion? 3? 4? …… 7. How many years did it take for the world population to rise from 5 billion to 6 billion? 8.
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