Unit 1 Quiz 1 Step 1 of 6 16% 1. Which of the following statements is true about the map shown?(Required) a. The map shows the features of the land’s surface, which is key information for full-time farming households. b. The map uses lines to join points of equal value in order to show areas with similar percentages of full-time farm households. c. The map uses different colors and shades of those colors to show the ratio of full-time farm households in each county. d. The map shown shows different landmarks and information about South Korea, which helps to explain why full-time farm households are more prevalent in some counties. e. The map shown indicates the annual agricultural output of full-time farm households in South Korean counties. 2. Which of the following statements about these two maps is accurate?(Required) a. Robinson projection maps provide better information for navigational purposes than Mercator projection maps. b. Robinson projection maps provide more accurate representations of population density than Mercator projection maps. c. Robinson projection maps provide better topographical information than Mercator project maps. d. Robinson projection maps provide less distortion of country sizes at high latitudes than Mercator projection maps. e. Robinson projection maps are better suited for addressing territorial disputes between countries than Mercator projection maps. 3. Which term best describes a suburban area outside of Seoul, South Korea where many people commute into the city of Seoul? a. Formal Region b. Informal Region c. Functional Region d. Perceptual Region e. Conformal Region Answer questions 4 and 5 based on a comparison of the two maps below: MAP A: Percentage of Hispanic or Latino Population in the United States, 2020 MAP B: Mexican-American Population Percentage By County in the United States in 2000 4. Which of the following scales of analysis is represented in MAP B?(Required) a. Global b. International c. Continental d. National e. Local 5. Considering both maps, which of the following would be considered a limitation of MAP A in showing the Hispanic population percentages in the United States?(Required) a. States with larger populations do not accurately reflect the Hispanic populations in those states. b. States with smaller populations do not accurately reflect the Hispanic populations in those states. c. The scale of analysis for states in the Northwest fails to address that there are some urban areas that have a much higher percentage of Hispanics. d. States in the Southwest underrepresent the number of Hispanics due to their historical connections to Spain. e. The information in Map A is likely to be inaccurate due to the large size of the United States. 6. Which of the following patterns is evident on the map of population density?(Required) a. The population density of the Northwest is less than the Northeast. b. The population density remains constant throughout South Korea. c. The population is clustered along coastal areas. d. The population has several clusters, but the main population cluster is in and around Seoul. e. The population density is unclear due to the data being presented at the national scale of analysis. Answer question 7 based on the graph and map shown below: Tertiary education refers to all formal post-secondary (beyond high school) education, including universities, colleges, technical training schools and institutes, and vocational schools.7. What best explains South Korea’s ranking as the country with the highest tertiary education levels in Asia in 2010, despite having the lowest percentage of tertiary education attainment for adults over the age of 38 years-old?(Required) a. South Koreans over the age of 55 viewed education as unimportant. b. South Korea developed more opportunities for tertiary education in the last 35 years. c. Prior to 1990, South Korea had no tertiary education available to its citizens. d. Other countries have seen a rapid decline in tertiary education as South Korea as started to see more emphasis on tertiary education. e. Beginning in the 1950s, South Korea required all citizens to participate in earning tertiary degrees.