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Assignment detail for Weitao Wang in Exam 1: Thinking Geographically: Weitao Wang Login: s-wwang10 Email: [email protected] Student ID: ngbtrpxh Assignments completed: 9 Assignments active: 0 Question Grade 1 The position of anything on Earth's surface. Your Answer: Location 1.0
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Question Grade Instructors Comment: 2 The arrangement of something across Earth's surface. Your Answer: Distribution Instructors Comment: 1.0 3 The frequency of a phenomenon in a given study area is known as density. Your Answer: True Instructors Comment: 1.0
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Question Grade 4 An area distinguished by a unique combination of trends or features. Your Answer: Region Instructors Comment: 1.0 5 An area that people believe exists as part of their cultural identity (also called perceptual region); one's everday environment or milieu. Your Answer: Vernacular region Instructors Comment: 1.0 6 The map below 1.0
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Question Grade Your Answer: Formal regions Instructors Comment: 7 The spread of a feature or trend from one key person or node of authority or power to other persons or places. Your Answer: Hierarchical diffusion Instructors Comment: 1.0 8 The rapid, widespread diffusion of a feature or trend throughout a population.
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