You’ve been working away at your studies and it’s time for yet another test exam to see if you’re sticking to the right track. Take the following AP Human Geography Practice Exam #5 and we’ll see if you’re doing anything wrong or if you should feel confident about your upcoming exams.

Map class

Map projection

Map scale

Map distortion

Map direction

Thomas Malthus

Milton Freidman

Stanley Ernhard

Alfred Weber

Homer Hoyt

Houston, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Memphis, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee

Atlanta, Georgia

Singapore

Taiwan

South Korea

Hong Kong

Vietnam

The farmers sell all of their farm production to a market

The higher-end commodities are located farther from the market

The lighter commodities are closer to the market to ensure profitability

The heavier commodities are around the market because they need irrigation

The market is based on subsistence farming practices in LDCs

Labor

Infrastructure

Transportation

Government taxes

Land costs

Sector model

Same Size Rule

Multiple Nuclei Model

Concentric Zone Model

Urban Periphery Model

Japan

Vietnam

South Korea

China

Thailand

Stage 1

2

3

4

5

Long lots system

Township and range system

Metes and bounds system

Nucleated town system

Concentric urban framework

NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement)

OPEC (Organization of petroleum exporting countries)

European Union

PRA (Pacific Rim Alliances)

CENTO (Central Treaty Organization)

Transnational corporations

Footloose industries

Maquiladoras

Sweatshop industries

International migration in North America

Christianity

Islam

Buddhism

Judaism

Hinduism

Romania

Vietnam

Argentina

Zimbabwe

Denmark

Blockbusting

White flight

Segregation

Ghettoization

Redlining

Concentric zone model

Sector model

Peripheral model

Multiple nuclei model

CBD model

China

The U.S.

Russia

Canada

Mexico

The movement toward mechanization in the farming process

The movement toward industrial farming

The movement from hunting and gathering to planting and sustaining

The movement of pollution to rural areas

The use of less genetic engineering to modify plants and animals

Economic pull factor

Economic push factor

Environmental pull factor

Political pull factor

Political push factor

Christianity

Islam

Judaism

Hinduism

Buddhism

Rimland theory

Heartland theory

Domino theory

Transnatinal theory

Geopolitical theory

Distance decay

Environmental pull factor

Environmental push factor

Intervening opportunity

Intervening obstacles

One

Two

Three

Four

They never lose their primary language

Fishing

Planting crops

Hunting and gathering

Genetically engineering food for mass production

Purchasing it in small, food-specific establishments

Functional region

Formal region

Vernacular region

Statistical region

Urban realm

Religious conflict

Ethnic conflict

Transnational conflict

Ethnic enclave

Border conflict

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