Chapter 4-Latin America
In this activity, you will use maps that show elevation, climate, and wind patterns to describe the physical
geography in Latin America, which spans the tropics and midlatitudes in the Southern Hemisphere.
Winds blowing wes
Chapter 14-Australia and Oceania
What is the second -most populous country in the Australia and Oceania region?
What is the "Outback"?
Australia's huge, dry interior
Which of the following is NOT one of the topographic regions of Austr
Chapter 9 Russian Domain
Where has the Russian Domain dumped its nuclear wastes?
Off the northern island of Novaya Zemlya, in the Barents Sea
What impact from global warming in the Russian Domain may actually increase carbon emissions?
Chapter 11-East Asia
Which of these Japanese cities is the northernmost?
Which of these Chinese cities is the westernmost?
Which of these cities is not a national capital?
Which of the following is not a Japanese city?
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Chapter 6-Sub Saharan Africa
The regions of lowest elevation in northern Sub-Saharan Africa (i.e., between 10 and 20 degrees north
latitude) tend to be _.
In the West
Which of these is the predominant environmental issue affecting Madagascar?
What is the name of the country labeled on the map with the number
10. Saudi Arabia
13. United Arab Emirates
Diversity Amid Globalization, 5e
Multiple Choice and Bimodal Questions
1) The term "China proper" refers to
A) the ethnic minorities located in the western provinces of the country
B) countries that lie within China's larger sphere of
Chapter 13-Southeast Asia
Animism-a belief system in which natural features, including plants and animals, are believed to have
spiritual powers-is the dominant religion in certain parts of Southeast Asia. Which of the following
terms best describ
Chapter 10 Central Asia
What do most climate change experts predict will happen to Central Asia?
It will be hit hard by climate change, leading to melting of glaciers and reduced river flows.
Central Asia's international recognition as a region ha
Chapter 12-East Asia
Following independence from British rule in 1947, South Asia was partitioned into two separate
countries: India and Pakistan. Which of the following statements best explains why these new countries'
boundaries were drawn the w
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Chapter 11 goff
In 1919 the Paris Peace Conference the victorious powers dictated the terms to the
losing nations. The decade following the Paris Conference was one of economics,
social, and politica
June 28, 1914, Serbian nationalist dead Austrian prince and heir to the throne, Franz
Ferdinand, in Bosna i Hercegovina, Bosnia
Sat in open backseat once nineteen year previous shot him many time
Claimed to be okay, whereas his spouse already d
Sugar Act of 1764
British law that decreased the duty on French molasses, making it more attractive for
shippers to obey the law, and at the same time raised penalties for smuggling. The act
enraged New England merchants, who opposed both the tax and the