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95. A J-curve on a population graph indicates (A) exponential population growth (B) cyclical population growth (C) logarithmic population growth (D) quadratic function (E) linear population growth 96. Which of the following is true regarding least developed countries (LDC) and most developed countries (MDC)? (A) LDC have lower infant mortality rates than MDC. (B) LDC have higher standards of living than MDC. (C) MDC have lower illiteracy rates than LDC. (D) Economies of MDC have more reliance on agricultural production than LDC.
This linguistic diversity has been preserved largely because of the country’s rugged geography, which includes mountains and islands that have tended to keep different speech communities isolated from one another. In the context of Papua New Guinea’s geography of language, mountains and islands represent (A) intervening opportunities (B) language paths (C) critical distances (D) barriers to diffusion (E) cultural innovations 189. The place or area where a cultural practice originates is known as a (A) cosmos (B) frontier (C) edge (D) path (E) hearth 190.
500 AP Human Geography Questions to Know by Test Day by Jason Flowers