Quality of Life
Immigration/Emigration
Developed & Developing Countries
Time Zones
Miscellaneous
100

List 3 of the 7 "Quality of Life" Measures.

Life Expectancy

Literacy Rate

Physician Density

Unemployment Rate

Drinking Water Source

Health Expenditures 

Infant Mortality Rate

100

Explain the difference between immigrate and emigrate.

immigrate = move to a country

emigrate = move away from a country

100

What are the most and least developed countries?

Least = Niger

Most = Norway

100

How many global time zones are there?

24

100

Explain the difference between longitude and latitude lines.

Longitude - vertical - up/down

Latitude - horizontal - across


200

What is the life expectancy of Canada?

82 years old (81.95)

200

What are PUSH and PULL factors?

Pull Factors = things which attract people to a place

Push Factors = things which discourage people from going to a place

200

Which country has the strongest economy in the world?

The United States

200

How many time zones does Canada have?

6 time zones

200

Longitudinal lines are also called...what?

meridian(s)

300

What is Infant Mortality Rate?

(* BONUS: Which country has the lowest IMR?)

How many babies pass away during pregnancy or before turning 1.

Bonus: Iceland (0.16)                                                       


    

300

Discuss TWO(2) "push" factors associated with Canada.

Answers will vary.

300

Which continent has the most developing countries?

Africa

300

What does UTC stand for?

Universal Time Coordinated

300

What Time Zone are we in?

Eastern Standard Time

400

Which country has the worst water?

Eritrea

400

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Discuss TWO(2) "pull" factors associated with this country.

Answers will vary.

400

Which continent has the most developed countries?

Europe

400

What city in the United Kingdom is the "zero point" in determining time zones?

Greenwich

400

Which country has the highest life expectancy in the world?

Hong Kong (85.29)

500

Which country spends the most on healthcare?

The United States

500

Is an expensive housing market a PUSH or a PULL factor? Explain.

Answers will vary.

500

Discuss 3 difference between developed and developing countries.

Developed Countries = strong currency, access to goods and services, good political structures


Developing Countries = weak currency, high unemployment rate, poor access to clean water, medical supplies, and education

500
Time Zones are separated by how many degrees?

15 degrees

500

Which country has the lowest literacy rate?

South Sudan - 27%

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