GEOG 101 AMU Quiz 6 Week 6 South Asia and East Asia assistance is available on Domyclass.com
|Part 1 of 1 –||100/ 100.0 Points|
|Question 1 of 25 Which climate type do high elevations in Himalaya mountain range resemble?|
A. temperate B. arid C. polar D. tropical
|Question 2 of 25 Physiologic density provides a indication of how well a population can sustain itself, because it measures the number of people per square mile of _____ land. |
A. coastal B. mountainous C. food-producing D. irrigated
|Question 3 of 25 Japanese expansion into the rest of East Asia was driven primarily by ______. |
A. the need for more agricultural land B. overpopulation of the Japanese islands C. Japan’s lack of the resources needed to industrialize D. the Japanese belief in manifest destiny
|Question 4 of 25 China’s “One China” policy does not consider which of the following territories as part of an indivisible China?|
A. Indochina. B. Tibet. C. Taiwan. D. Macau.
|Question 5 of 25 The urban population of India is about equal to the entire population of _______.|
A. Russia B. South Africa C. Pakistan D. The United States
|Question 6 of 25 Unlike the United States and Western Europe, Japan has not made up for declining population growth by increasing|
A. automation B. virtualization C. immigration D. productivity
|Question 7 of 25 Which is not a reason why Pakistan is considered part of the South Asian realm?|
A. It has a very large Hindu population. B. It evolved as part of the British Empire. C. English is the lingua franca, as it is in India. D. Ethnic continuity links it with India.
|Question 8 of 25 Which of the following is true of the Han Dynasty? |
A. It was the period when the Chinese people’s identity was established. B. It is the earliest Chinese dynasty about which substantial information is available. C. It began and ended before 300 BC, when China already was a well-organized state. D. It is another name for the regime of Mao Zedong.
|Question 9 of 25 Which of the following is true of the Yellow River? |
A. No dams interrupt its flow. B. It drains the Xi/Pearl River Basin. C. It flows through the North China Plain. D. It flows into the South China Sea.
|Question 10 of 25 Monsoon climates have wet and dry seasons resulting from _____.|
A. Indian Ocean waves B. seasonally-reversing winds C. movements of the Jet Stream over India D. hurricanes in the Indian Ocean
|Question 11 of 25 Which of the following is largely responsible for the modern-day political boundaries in the South Asian realm?|
A. British rule B. monsoon rains C. oceans and seas D. mountain ranges
|Question 12 of 25 The center of the Indus Valley civilization was in the modern country of _______.|
A. Bangladesh B. Bhutan C. Pakistan D. Nepal
|Question 13 of 25 North and South Korea each possess qualities that could help the other nation. This is an example of the geographic concept of _______. |
A. ironic juxtaposition B. transference C. substitutability D. regional complementarity
|Question 14 of 25 _______ is uniquely vulnerable to sea level rise for a non-island nation, because so much of its land is only a few meters above sea level. |
A. India B. Bhutan C. Pakistan D. Bangladesh
|Question 15 of 25 Which of the following is not a Special Economic Zone? |
A. Beijing B. Pudong C. Xiamen D. Binhai
|Question 16 of 25 Although agriculturally productive, _______ does not usually produce a food surplus because it must grow enough to feed its dense population.|
A. the North China Plain B. Xinjiang C. the Liao-Songhua Basin D. the Northeast China Plain
|Question 17 of 25 India, Pakistan, and China are unlikely to risk a significant conflict over their competing claims in Kashmir because _______.|
A. the people of Kashmir are united in their desire for independence B. the harsh conditions there C. all three have nuclear weapons D. there’s little of value there
|Question 18 of 25 Traditionally, the Dalai Lama is _______ of Tibet.|
A. the religious leader B. head of state C. both the religious leader and head of state D. neither the religious or head of state
|Question 19 of 25 Despite their name, China’s ______ regions don’t have much authority to rule themselves |
A. independent B. autonomous C. self-sufficient D. free
|Question 20 of 25 Which of the following statements about the western interior of China is false? |
A. The area is sparsely populated compared to China proper. B. The area is very humid and well-watered. C. Many of Asia’s great rivers arise in the area’s highlands. D. Much of the area is mountainous or is a high plateau.
|Question 21 of 25 Which of the following has not been important in the development of Shenzhen as a SEZ?|
A. A relationship with the Walmart corporation. B. Expanded seaport facilities. C. Socialist economic principles as applied by the Chinese government. D. Proximity to Hong Kong.
|Question 22 of 25 Which of the following statements about Mongolia is least accurate?|
A. It is slightly smaller than Alaska. B. It can be termed a buffer state. C. It has limited mineral resources. D. It is landlocked.
|Question 23 of 25 All of the following help to explain the connection between high-elevation mountains and large rivers in the South Asian realm except _________. |
A. South China Sea currents B. high-relief drainage C. seasonal snow melt D. monsoon rains
|Question 24 of 25 All of the following religions emerged in South Asia except ______.|
A. Buddhism B. Sikhism C. Jainism D. Islam
|Question 25 of 25 Which of the following is the first atmospheric condition that leads to the South Asian monsoon?|
A. Cool air descends over the Indian subcontinent. B. Moisture is squeezed out over the Indian subcontinent. C. Hot air rises over the Indian subcontinent. D. Moisture builds up in the air over the Indian subcontinent.