In this quiz, we are going to be looking at population theory. We shall go through some concepts like LEDC, migration, population distribution, MEDCs, population density among others. It will be an exciting experience studying this very important section under human and economic geography.
Population could be defined as a distinct group of individuals with shared citizenship, identity, or characteristics. It could also be defined as a group of people that make up a nation or country. For example, as of 2019, the population of China is about 1,444,206,308 as of Wednesday, May 19, 2021. There are some basic concepts on population that we will be looking at. Some are population density which is the number of persons per unit area of land, population distribution which is the way in which individuals are spread across a given geographical area, and many more.
If you are determined to have a full grasp of population theory, here is a solution for you. Take this geography quiz and see your level of understanding.
A measure of how closely people live to each other is population what?
In 2010 what was the approximate world population?
What do the letters LEDC mean?
What is the opposite of urban?
Moving to settle in a new area has what name?
Which is not a reason why people in less developed countries often have large families?
Which is a 'pull' factor in migration?
What is meant by population distribution?
What does immigration mean?
What term means the average age people will live to?
Which 'transition model' shows changes in population size over time?
The number of children who die very young is the infant what?
What word describes a low population density?
Population density is the number of people per what?
Population grows slowly in MEDCs. What is not a reason for this?