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Session_17_quiz[1] - to provide jobs . C) to make room for...

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All of today’s questions, with the exception of question 2 about the Los Angeles river, depend on an understanding of Davis’s central argument about the reasons why low-density residential patterns are common in Southern California. Davis is quite concerned about low-density development because , he argues, it encourages people to buy cars, undermines public transportation and makes neighborhoods less pleasant.
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Question 1 What is today’s reading mostly about? A) The role of governments in promoting low-density development in and around Los Angeles . B) The construction of the Los Angeles Port. C) Why the highways in Los Angeles took so long to build. D) A and B. E) All of the above.
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Question 2 The Los Angeles river was sacrificed… A) …to beautify the city. B) …
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Unformatted text preview: to provide jobs . C) to make room for Los Angeles airport. D) B & C. E) It wasnt sacrificed. Question 3 The Davis reading helps to explain how and why Los Angeles hosts a high-density population transportable by bus and rail. A) True. B) False . Question 4 Davis emphasizes the reasons for and costs of: A) Airports and skyscrapers. B) All urban development. C) Low-density sprawl . D) None of the above. E) It is hard to tell. Question 5 Why, according to Davis, does Southern California remain unplanned, undesigned and out of control for most people? A) Developers and government officials have ignored advice from urban planners that would have made the region more livable . B) Urban planners didnt know how to make the region more livable....
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