1. World Geography
    6. China's greatest contribution to geography was •The Compass * • the globe • it's expertise in cartography •longitude and latitude.
  2. geography
    define - beach morphology - beach sediment profiles -negative and positive feedback (dynamic equilibrium) -eustatic - isostatic
  3. geography
    this is pre-a level work before i start college 500 words explaining why globalization is an important and relevant topic for geographers to study? - include events in the news at the moment to support your argument. thank you
  4. Geography
    Which continent is located on 23.5 degrees north and 160 degrees east ?
  5. Geography
    A guy wire is attached on the ground 100 feet from the base of the tower. The wire is also attached to the top of the 300 foot tower. How long is the guy wire?
  6. Social studies please help :) thank u so much!
    what is one of the values revealed through the indian epics A: the equality of men and women B: the importance of duty over personal desires C: the superiority of the nobility D: the knowledge gained through war and conquest How did geography affect where ancient peoples ...
  7. math,algebra,geography
    The time required for completing 3 tasks:type-1 , type-2 ,type-3,by three carpenters is given in the table below.time specified in the table is for manufacturing single unit. all the carpenters start working simultaneously on one task each,with an objective to finish all the ...
  8. algebra,geography
    Rotations per Minute . How many rotations per minute must a wheel of diameter 1.5 m make to achieve a speed of 45 kmph ? (Approx pi= 3 ).
  9. Geography
    Georgia contains five distinct geographic (and “physiographic”) regions. But Georgia is also located in a region of the United States. Identify Georgia’s location in terms of region: nation: continent: Can you please help me Mrs.Sue
  10. geography
    Which of the thematic map would best show the location of climate zones?(qualtative map, cartograms, and flow- line maps)
  11. world geography
    6. this religion is most popular in asia, parts of africa, and the middle east. a. islam b. buddhism c. christianity d. Hinduism**or c 7. this easrtern religion has drawn the greatest number of indian followers and revolves about the belief in reincarnation. a.islam b. ...
  12. world geography
    5. the statement below are examples of human geography except a. interaction patterns between people b. peoples minds and thoughts processes c. peoples interaction within the community d. earhts various climates and multiple layers of atmosphere. ** 6. this religion is most ...
  13. world geography
    4. which of the statements below ia an example of folk culture rater that pop culture? a. the general population listen to rock music b. many irish participate in the St. Patrick day parade ** c. the general population uses plastic plates plates during picnic outings d. ...
  14. world geography damon
    1. what is the difference between race and ethnicity? a. ethnicity is related to culture; race is related to biological ancestry ** b. ethnicity is determinded scientifically; race is not c.people of the same ethnicity always share the same religion; people of the same race do...
  15. world geography
    1. what is the difference between race and ethnicity? a. ethnicity is related to culture; race is related to biological ancestry b. ethnicity is determinded scientifically; race is not ** c.people of the same ethnicity always share the same religion; people of the same race do...
  16. Geography
    Which would be the best place to build a textile plant? A) Fall Line B) Barrier Islands C) Brasstown Bald*** D) Okefenokee Swamp Is this correct? Please let me know.
  17. Georgia Geography
    Which would be the best place to build a textile plant? A) Fall Line*** B) Barrier Islands C) Brasstown Bald D) Okefenokee Swamp Am I right? Please help.
  18. Georgia Geography
    Valley and Ridge region is known for its A) rich farmland B) granite quarries C) high mountain ranges*** D) textile production Is this correct?
  19. geography
    __ is the perspective in geography that examines locations on the planet based on their human impact to the other objects around them A. the ecological perspective**** B. the spatial perspective C. the global perspective D. none the above
  20. Geography
    What is the Australian local, state and federal governments' role in managing trade between the Asia-Pacific region?
  21. Geography
    What happens when we move vertically upwards from the earth
  22. Georgia Geography
    Which of the following are true statements about the Fall Line? Choose all that apply. A) It marks the northern edge of the Piedmont. B) It is the last natural barrier for rivers on their way to the Atlantic. C) Many cities have developed along it. D) It contains large numbers...
  23. geography
    Give specific cases or examples of the hostility Syrians have had to face in Europe Also elaborate on what form of xenophobia the refugees face.
  24. geography
    examine the sphere of influence of an organisation that renders a service in your are. e.g. clinic, hospital, a local high school?
  25. Maths
    In a class of 50 students,24 students have taken maths,16 have taken maths but not geography.Find the students who have taken geography but not maths,if all the subjects have taken at least one of the subject
  26. geography
    sphere of influence in an organisation
  27. geography
    what is better offshoring or outsourcing?
  28. geography
    Make a model of the world map,show temperature grasslands & desert along with a animal
  29. geography
    What impact did the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics have? affected nations throughout the world decreased conflict in eastern Europe increased communism throughout the world none
  30. Geography Year 10
    q) what are some treaties and agreements that are relevant to tourism in NSW Australia?
  31. Year 10 Geography
    q) what are some treaties and agreements that are relevant to tourism in NSW Australia?
  32. Year 10 Geography
    Q) What social justice and equity issues are there for the countries involved with Australia's tourism?
  33. Year 10 Geography
    Q) What are the roles and actions of the state government regarding tourism??
  34. Year 10 Geography
    Q) what are the roles and actions of the federal government relating to tourism?
  35. College Intro To Geography
    Discuss the ways in which geographers employ the ideas of distance, accessibility, and connectivity to describe the process of spatial interaction. The spatial interaction would be how people, or even animals, interact with each other. For instance how well do we connect with ...
  36. geography
    true or false Air density increases when temperature remains constant and pressure rises
  37. English
    1. Salt Lake City, Utah's capital and largest city, was founded in 1847. 2. Janice and Carla spent the day at the mall. 3. Standard time was adopted in the United States in 1884. 4. The geographic center of the United States is in Kansas. 5. The first safety lamp for miners ...
  38. geography
    Changing area under forest and its impact on environment
  39. geography
    Under the Soviet system, the government a. controlled all forms of communication. b. allowed newspapers to print whatever they wanted. c. controlled editorials but not the reporting of news. d. encouraged access to a wide variety of news sources.
  40. geography
    what is the difference of time between the longitude of india and chicago
  41. English
    Hello. Dear Ms.Sue, I see you are online. You have helped me so many times. Will you please check some sentences for me (my teacher asked me to translate but I'm not sure whether it sounds normal and natural English). 1) "A thesis submitted for a doctoral degree in History" (...
  42. geography
    indicate the equation of the line that is the perpendicular bisector of the segment with endpoints (4, 1) and (2, -5) it shows a series of boxes and says to fill them in... _+_ _=_ _ _ _ _ each underscore represents a box. characters to use include; = < > ~ *(...
  43. Maths,Science,geography
    Distinguish between folding and faulting
  44. SS
    How does the geography of Eastern Europe most affect farming in the region? There's more, but please answer this question first. If you know all the answers to the test please tell me them! Thanks!
  45. Geography
    Why did the original farms on the Prairies turn out to be too small? What happened as a result of this? -------------------------------------- I think it has to do with the joining of the farms, to make one big lot, leaving more space, as a result the farms became quite narrow...
  46. Geography and Society
    Who is Ramzan Kadyrov? He is the former president of the Russian Federation. He is the most wanted separatist leader in Chechnya. He is the current president of Chechnya.*** He is the current president of the Russian Federation. What industries in Chechnya are key to the ...
  47. GEOGRAPHY
    What is plains?
  48. Social Studies
    How does the geography of Eastern Europe most affect farming in the region? Farms in the North have harsh winters, and farms in the South have mountains to deal with.*** Farms in the South have harsh winters, and farms in the North have longer growing seasons. Farms in the ...
  49. geography
    Is Taiwan an independent country?
  50. Geography
    Another word for meeting
  51. Geography
    What is the primate city of the US? I read my textbook and the part that talks about primate cities onlly says Many former colonies have primate cities as the colonial powers often ruled from a single dominant city, where economic and political activities were concentrated. ...
  52. Geography
    Which resources helped industry farming in Europe?
  53. World Geography
    this is the main human activity that contributes to global warming massive dumping of pesticides into the oceans high demand and depletion of the world's oil supply burning of fossil fuels*** increase levels of chlorine poured into shorelines
  54. Geography
    a majority of the greenhouse gas emissions released into the atmosphere is composed of methane*** carbon dioxide oxygen nitrous oxide (my second guess)
  55. Geography
    which is not an impact of global warming on ecosystems population explosion among various species warmer weather causes some species to migrate out of their natural habitat in search of cooler temperatures certain species face extinction food supply increases***
  56. Geography
    Centrifugal forces drive people and businesses to move out of the CBD
  57. geography
    Social effects of poor service delivery.
  58. geography
    Discuss laws, legislation relevant to the issue you ar e discussing and the extent to which these laws protect the individual against human rights violations
  59. Life science, Life science and History
    I want to be a doctor (immunologist) I'm not sure about the last subject should it be history or Geography
  60. Human Geography
    I am going to take the AP test for this class tomorrow and during the FRQ's I was wodering if anyone could help me clear some things up When answering an FRQ, for example, if you were able to get a max of 6 points and you answer the FRQ but you don't give the exact examples ...
  61. Math
    In a geography class 9 students are scheduled to give their presentations tody, one student must leave early so he will present first, how many different ways can you schedule all of todays presentations?
  62. geography
    who benefited from Nigerias oil
  63. maths literacy,geography,life sciences and history
    Does Fort Hare have Law
  64. Geography
    Reasons of Nepal dividing into development regions 1.Minimize regional disparity 2.Maintain equal population 3. Mobilize available means and resources.
  65. ss
    1. The Himalayas separate _________. (1 point) Pakistan and India the Indian subcontinent from the rest of Asia Afghanistan from the rest of South Asia northern and southern India 2. What impact do monsoon winds most have on South Asia? (1 point) Monsoon winds carry plenty of ...
  66. Maths lit, life science, economics, geography
    hey, I want to do medicine and civil engineering is this subjects are right? If not please tell me which career i can go to with this subjects after my matric? Thanks
  67. maths,science,geography and life science
    What is restorative justice intention in process of human rights?
  68. geography
    what is the R.F of 2.5cm to 4cm?
  69. Geography can someone please help me NOT ms.sue
    What are the political, economic,and social reasons why the stamp act was not fair to the colonist?
  70. Geography
    What are the political, economic, and social reasons why the stamp act was not not fair to the colonist?
  71. Global Studies
    Which of the following inference is best supported by Ridwan's story a. the Indonesian government discourages the practice of the ethnic tradition b. people in Indonesian get married younger then people do in the united states. c. Indonesian has mostly been isolated because of...
  72. social studies
    1. The Himalayas separate _________. (1 point) Pakistan and India the Indian subcontinent from the rest of Asia Afghanistan from the rest of South Asia northern and southern India 2. What impact do monsoon winds most have on South Asia? (1 point) Monsoon winds carry plenty of ...
  73. Geography
    Which is the result of zero population growth? population stability no natural increase*** a rapid decline in human population the elimination of high density populations
  74. Geography
    Which of the following characterizes a stage 3 population? produces many offspring lives in rural areas experiences a sharp increase in crude death rates consists of primordially urban dwellers***
  75. geography
    what is savannah woodland?
  76. Geography
    What Country would you be in if you were at 20° and latitude and 80° E longitude?
  77. Geography
    I need help with my introduction and topics for my five paragraph essay on why the stamp act was not fair.
  78. Geography
    I need help writing a four paragraph essay on why the stamp act was unfair.
  79. geography
    How coal is formed?
  80. geography
    Serial numbers for a product are to be made using 3 letters followed by 4 numbers. If the letters are to be taken from the first 8 letters of the alphabet with repeats possible and the numbers are taken from the digits 0 through 9 with no repeats, how many serial numbers can ...
  81. Geography
    Islanders living in Beqa, Fiji lived primarily by hunting and eating meat by fishing and cultivating tara (my answer) by gathering nuts for exports by eating plants
  82. World Geography
    During the late 18th and mid 19th centuries, Europeans and North Americans were attracted to nearby coastal waters due to potential economic gains from catching trout and cod fish*** catching seals and whales shipbuilding finding riches on unexplored islands
  83. World Geography
    Which of the the following is the basis of the traditional Aborigine economy? farming industry mining hunting and gathering***
  84. World Geography
    Which geographic feature of Cook Island benefits the growth of crops fertile, volcanic soil*** dry climate proximity to the ocean infrequent sunlight supports the growth of shade plants
  85. World Geography
    Which natural recourse is not a common and highly important food source throughout the Pacific Islands bananas cattle pork*** taro root
  86. World Geography
    The discovery of _________ caused the creation of new Australian towns jewels and diamands*** bronze pottery gold and mineral deposits furs
  87. World Geography
    This geographic feature is the primary reason for a budding economy on Cook Island beautiful beaches and pleasant climates*** beautiful volcanoes tropical plants unique population of fish
  88. World Geography
    Islanders living in Beqa, Fiji lived primarily by hunting and eating meat*** by fishing and cultivating tara by gathering nuts for exports by eating plants
  89. World Geography
    During the late 18th and mid 19th centuries, Europeans and North Americans were attracted to nearby coastal waters due to potential economic gains from catching trout and cod fish catching seals and whales shipbuilding finding riches on unexplored islands***
  90. geography
    how does pumice ejected from a volcano affect the physical environment
  91. geography/social studies
    PLEASE HELP ME if you were an entrepreneur, which european country might be the best place to start your new business? explain your reasoning
  92. geography
    4 types of materials ejected from volcanoes
  93. Geography
    Which statement is correct? *Aborigines were the first people to settle Australia and New Zealand *Aborigines were the first people in Australia, and the Maori were the the first people in New Zealand *The Maori were the first people in Australia, and Aborigines were the first...
  94. Geography
    Humans migrated to the following areas in which order????
  95. geography
    what are the results/effects of poor service delivery socially,environmental and economic problems?
  96. geography
    what are the causes of poor service delivery
  97. Geography
    If functions of a city or town _____ in number of importance it will grow in ____ if they decrease the population will _____ I can't find where this is stated anywhere in the powerpoint I was given to look at
  98. Geography
    State where would these take place (rural or urban) Cottage industry-Rural Commercial industry-urban
  99. Geography -Yr10
    Q: List the impacts of reduced river flows that were identified within the Murray-Darling Basin in the 1980s. . Thanks
  100. Geography -Yr10
    Outline the reasons for competition over the Murray River's water resources in the late nineteenth century. I found nothing online for this question?
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