Midterm 1-2006

Midterm 1-2006 - VERSION 1 ENVR 201-001 Society and...

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1 ENVR 201-001 Name: _____________________________ Society and Environment Fall 2006 Student # ___________________________ Mid-Term Exam # 1 Please answer all multiple choice questions ON THE COMPUTER FORM PROVIDED and answer the short essay questions ON THIS EXAM PAPER. The blank sides of the last two sheets are provided for the purpose of answering the short essay questions. Please hand in both the computer form and the examination paper at the end of the examination period. MAKE SURE TO FILL IN YOUR NAME AND STUDENT # ON EACH SHEET OF THIS EXAM AND THE COMPUTER FORM. ALSO, FILL IN THE EXAM VERSION # ON THE COMPUTER FORM. COMPUTER FORMS WITHOUT YOUR NAME, STUDENT # OR EXAM VERSION # WILL NOT BE GRADED. Grading Scheme Each of the twelve multiple choice questions is worth 3.5 points. Each of the two short essay questions you are required to answer is worth 29 points. *************** Part One: Multiple Choice Select the best response to each of the following questions and circle the letter next to it. 1) The "demographic equation": a) refers to the difference between births and deaths in a population. b) refers to the transition observed in the relationship between births and deaths in a population with industrialization and development. c) refers to the sum of natural increase and net migration in a population. d) does not apply to urban population growth. e) refers to the difference between natural increase and net migration in a population. 2 ) A country’s population will likely double in 25 years, based on its current population growth rate. Its current annual population growth rate is: a) 6 % b) 2.8% c) 4% d) 0.4% e) None of the above. 3 ) A population pyramid with a narrow base most likely suggests that the population: a) is young and has considerable potential for future growth. b ) is mature and will likely grow slowly. c) is young but stable. d) is mature, and growing rapidly.
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