Unit 5 Quiz 1 Step 1 of 3 33% Answer questions 1 and 2 based on the map shown below: 1. Which statement is most supported by the information on the map above?(Required) a. Less developed countries use tractors and machinery since they tend to have agrarian economies. b. Machinery and tractors are more associated with intensive agricultural methods. c. More developed countries are more likely to use tractors and machinery in agriculture. d. Subsistence agricultural economies cause no environmental degradation. e. The larger the size of the country the less tractors and machinery used in agriculture. 2. Based on the information on the map above, which of the following regions would be most likely defined by high levels of subsistence agriculture?(Required) a. East Asia b. Europe c. Latin America d. North America e. Sub-Saharan Africa Answer question 3 and 4 based on the map shown below: 3. The map above shows a relationship between agriculture production and consumption because crops such as cocoa(Required) a. are part of crop rotation with food crops such as corn and wheat. b. are produced in more developed countries but consumed in the countries on the map. c. are products of subsistence agriculture and tend to be consumed locally. d. are usually produced in less developed countries but consumed in more developed countries. e. tend to be both produced and consumed in the same country. 4. One challenge for countries such as those shaded on the map above is ...(Required) a. establishing trade routes to distribute the crop in other countries b. fostering demand for cocoa that is enough to sustain the businesses c. increased consumption within the country despite concerns of an obesity epidemic d. implementing commercial agriculture in place of subsistence agriculture e. the dependence on one or a few crops instead of a diversified agricultural system Answer question 5 based on the map shown below: 5. Which of the following statements best explains the change shown in the graph above?(Required) a. South Korea became completely dependent upon agricultural imports from other countries as the economy shifted to more service activities. b. South Korea began to utilize agricultural imports from heavily agricultural North Korea as the two moved towards greater economic integration. c. South Korea’s focus on technological development decreased the demand for agricultural products in the country. d. South Korea’s population declined due to a low total fertility rate and therefore did not need as many farmers to support the population. e. South Korea transitioned from more subsistence to commercial agriculture as it became more economically developed.