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societies progress, stagnate, or regress because of their local or regionaleconomy, or the global economy. As a result, societies are divided into 3 groups- social, cultural and economic.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 3Some differences that can be observed during the faculty lecture in 1955 in comparisonwith 1985 are:Both answers are correctCorrect!Correct!The area in front of City Hall turned into a parking lot and there were boardedup buildings and wider streets.There were less people walking, highway signs can be observed, and farmsand fields were converted to single family homes.None of the answers are correct.
1 / 1 ptsQuestion 4Marty left 1985 from _______ and arrived in 1955 ______
3/29/21, 1:50 AMQuiz on Movie: Back to the Future (1985): PUP 200: Cities in Cinema (2021 Spring - B)Correct!Correct!
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from City Hall, in front of the Lyon Estates developmenta mall parking lot, in front of Lyon Estatesfrom City Hall, in a fieldIn many areas across the United States suburban sprawl swallowed upfarmlands to create shopping centers and single family homes. The facultylecture reiterates the importance of surban sprawl on the past and present ofHill Valley.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 5Which is true about the comparison of Atlanta vs. Barcelona in the faculty lecture?
3/29/21, 1:50 AMQuiz on Movie: Back to the Future (1985): PUP 200: Cities in Cinema (2021 Spring - B)Atlanta is 4,000 kilometers of built area, as opposed to Barcelona which has160 kilometers of built area. This is an extreme difference and illustrates theeffects of suburban sprawl.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 6The desire to convert new developments into what was seen in traditionalneighborhoods (such as what was shown in 1955 in Back to the Future) is calledCorrect!Correct!
Page 5 of 11City BeautifulRegional PlanningNew Urbanism is an urban design movement which promotes environmentallyfriendly habits by creating walkable neighborhoods containing a wide range ofhousing and job types.

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