major cultural hearths

. The major cultural hearths, so-called cradles of civilizations were located in: a. Middle East, China, Central America, India, and West Africa b. Middle East, Brazil, Europe and Japan c. Middle East, East Australia, Western Europe, and East Asia d. Middle East, Western Australia, East Europe and Papua New Guinea Fig. 4.9 40. The above population pyramids indicate four different types of demographics. In pyramid A, this particular pattern is typical of: a. developing countries b. developed countries c. tripartite countries d.dichotomous 41. In pyramids B and C listed in question 40, these particular patterns are, in general typical of: a. developing countries b. developed countries c. tripartite countries d.dichotomous 0 42. In pyramid B and C, these particular patterns are typical specifically of a. African countries b. European countries c. Asian countries d.Latin American countries 43. Countries where the average is about 3.6 births per woman, are typical of a. developed countries b.developing countries c. industrialized countries d.lowland countries 44. The total estimated world population is about: a. over 6 million b. over 12 billion c. over 6 trillion d. under 1 billion 45. 50 per 1000 Crude Birth Rates are considered one of the countries such as _in the world and occur in or in a) highest/Liberia/Nigeria/Africa b) lowest/ Liberia/Nigerial/Africa c) highest/Sweden/Italy/Europe d) lowet Sweden/Italy/Europe 46. Geographers are interested in a. spatial inter-relationships, and connections between people and places b. only in maps c. in economics d. only in rocks and rivers 47. andare important dimensions in the discipline of geography because they show us how humans interact, adapt or use their environment a. maps and animals b. people and places c. computers and rivers d. rivers and maps 48. The concept of a point of origin to destination. a. cultivation b. diffusion c. telecommunication d. computers is an important factor in showing us how culture spread from 49. Alfred Wegener developed the theory of continental drift, today known as a. plate tectonic theory b. theory of dynamics c. quantum theory d. culture theory