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How do patterns in human geography affect people around the world?

Chapter 1: Community Patterns

Chapter 2: Population Patterns

Population Distribution


The dots forma line near the water. Has a lot natural resource especically water.


The dots are close together in a spot. It has good tranportation, nice climate and good natural resourses..


The dots arefar away from each other. It has limited resources so it only can help a small group of people..

Population Trends and Factors

Population boom. Population pyramid. What did we do to make our population grow so fast. People might make new medicine so people can live longer.. To see the percentage of females and males in each age group and compare did it increases or decreases over years..

Population Density

High Density. Moderate Density. Low Density. Most of the farm are small to allow rural famillies to live a standard living.. Places like Egypt are most of the areas are covered with deserts so there aren't that much population.. Places covered with hills, trees, and deserts have low population because no one wants to live in a place where there are a lot of trees, hills, and deserts..

Chapter 3: Developing Patterns

Development Aid. 3 L's. Human Rights. World Bank. NGO. Tied Aid. Multilateral Aid. Bilateral Aid. Litereay rate. Living standard. Life expectancy. Education. Life. Freedom. Learn, speak. Play. Religion. Technology that is suited to the environment, cultural, or economic situation it is intended for.. Is an aid agency that is independent off any government,. Tied Aid is a specific amount of money that must be spent on a certain location, without a choice.. Multilateral aid is given by the country to an internation organization, such as the world bank.. Bilateral aid is when aid or fundamentals is given from one country to another.. The percentage of people with the ability to read and write.. The amount goods and services poeple can purchase.. The average number of years a person is expected to live..

Chapter 4

Market. Operating your own business. Four economic resources. Traditional. Command. Mixed. a system in which businesses and consumers decide what they will produce or purchase.. The five economic questions. Land. Labour. Capital. Entrepreneurship. An economic system in which decisions are base on customs, belief, or religion, within a strong social community.. An economic system in which government controls all prodduction and distribution of goods and services.. An economy that combines different economic systems, such as the market and command systems.. Traditional and Market. Traditional and Command. Subtopic. Who produces goods and services?. What goods and services are produced?. How are goods and services produced?. For whom are goods and services produced?. How are goods and services distributed?.