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September 23, 2014

Homework Help: Science :)

Posted by Princess Anna on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 8:32pm.

1. Forests and fisheries are examples of
abiotic factors.
energy factors.
renewable resources.
nonrenewable resources.

2. How has the human population changed during the last 50 years?

The human population has increased exponentially.
The human population has decreased exponentially.
The human population did not change.
The human population increased and then decreased.

3. How does an increase in the human population affect the use of natural resources?

An increase in the human population does not affect the use of natural resources.
An increase in the human population means more natural resources will be used.
An increase in the human population means that fewer natural resources will be used.
An increase in the human population means that natural resources will be more stable.

4. Suppose you are a member of your city planning board. A company wants to build a large shopping mall near a river in your area. How would you decide the outcome of this proposal?

weigh the costs and benefits of building a shopping mall near the river
strongly agree with the proposal because it would provide jobs for people
focus on the disadvantages of building a shopping mall near the river
leave the decision to build the shopping mall up to the owners of the company

5. Humans depend on natural resources for

health and welfare.
art and leisure.
survival and development.
growth and maturity.

6.How have advances in medicine and technology affected population growth?

They have increased birth rates and lowered death rates.
They have lowered birth rates and lowered death rates.
They have not affected birth rates or death rates.
They have caused an abrupt decline in the human population.

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