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Q ACT 2 KUBY - 1/4 EDU 2.6 - View Past Results - Geog. 140...

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Students > View Past Results > All Questions View Past Results Question 1: Score 2/2 Question 2: Score 1/1 Question 3: Score 1/1 Question 4: Score 2/2 Question 5: Score 1/1 According to the maps below, at the scale of the metropolitan area, the tendency over the last century has been a spreading out of the population to suburbs. Your Answer: True When dividing the range of data into classes for a choropleth map, one reason to select "natural" breakpoints instead of taking those created by equal interval or equal frequency categorization is to keep regions with similar characteristics together. Your Answer: True When dividing the range of data into classes for a choropleth map, one reason to select "natural" breakpoints instead of taking those created by equal interval or equal frequency categorization is to keep regions with similar characteristics together. Your Answer: True Rural counties receive more visual emphasis than urban counties on a choropleth map because: Your Answer: Rural counties cover a larger area. The breakpoints on the map below appear to have been generated according to which principle?
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course GEOG 140 taught by Professor Tom during the Spring '10 term at UNL.

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