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7-8 paragraphs 5+ sentences per paragraph.

Questions and sources will be provided I just needed everything put together. 7-8 paragraphs 5+ sentences per paragraph.

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Remember, this is to be your own work and words.

For this assignment, students will select one of the three provided prompts found below in the tabs. These prompts are taken from the course learning objectives and topics covered in this module. This assignment is worth 10 points, and the minimum word count expectation is 500 words, not including the title and citations. Students are expected to provide proper citations for their assignments and if you need help with citations, visit this link on MLA citations through Owl.Purdue.edu. (Links to an external site.) Remember, this is to be your own work and words. Responses will be scanned by turnitin.com and will not earn credit if the score is above 25%. Only written text will be accepted as a submission, this means that student will not be able to upload any documents (PDF, Word or Pages).
Please refer to the provided rubric for additional support with this assignment
Prompt 1:Evaluating: You are going to buy a new car, and you can’t decide between a black or a white Honda. Using albedo as part of your decision, how can the color of a car really influence the decision.
Prompt 2:Critical Thinking: While learning about the aphelion and perihelion, you learn that during North America’s winter, the Earth is closer to the Sun. Explain what the perihelion and aphelion are, and how the distance from the Sun plays an effect on Earths weather.
Prompt 3:Understanding: You are volunteering to give a presentation to children, and the topic is ‘the reason for the seasons’. How can you identify, and explain, the reason for our seasons well enough that a child would understand? Be sure to include the importance of the perihelion and aphelion.
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Please cite at least two academic sources in your answer.

Essay type answers should be 350-500 words in length. Please cite at least two academic sources in your answer. You can cite lecture slides, but these will not be counted as academic source. Criteria for evaluation is attached below.

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The questions must show that the paper was read completely.

Create 4 questions of interest for each research paper (2 papers, 8 questions total). The questions must show that the paper was read completely.
Answers to questions don’t need to be written neither have to be found on the readings. They only have to be related to the papers provided (examples: something that could be done differently, what could’ve happened if…)

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This is an ap human geography class and it is a group project about migration.

Please Dont use words that are to advanced becsue I am a freshman in high school. Please answer each question Thurly. This is an Ap human geography class and it is a group project about migration.

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Read the course notes in module 2 about population and land, chapter 2 of your textbook, and other relevant websites to write a 500+ word essay (minimum 3 pages, double-spaced excluding graphs and tables) comparing the demographic (population) patterns between less developed and more developed countries.

Assignment 2: Demographic Disparities between More and Less Developed Countries and Overpopulation
Introduction
Read the course notes in module 2 about population and land, chapter 2 of your textbook, and other relevant websites to write a 500+ word essay (minimum 3 pages, double-spaced excluding graphs and tables) comparing the demographic (population) patterns between less developed and more developed countries.
Address the following questions in your essay:
1) Compare and contrast Less Developed Countries (LDCs) and More Developed Countries (MDCs) in terms of birth and death rates, population growth rates, average number of children per women (Total Fertility Rate), age-sex structure (percentage of young, working, and old population), and stage in the demographic transition using real world examples (countries). Population data and population pyramids for 2 countries of your choice can be extracted from the following websites:
https://www.census.gov/data-tools/demo/idb/#/country?COUNTRY_YR_ANIM=2021
http://populationpyramid.net/
http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/population-by-country/
a) Which country has a more rapidly growing population, and which has a stable or declining population? Explain the factors that contribute to population growth or decline.
b) Describe the age-structure of the population for both countries as depicted in the population pyramids. Explain why the shapes of the pyramids for the two countries are different or the same?
c) Which one has a large concentration of young people, and which one has a large concentration of old citizens? Explain the reasons and the economic and social implications of having large concentrations of young or old people in a country.
d) At what stage (s) of the demographic transition are the more and less developed countries of your choice at present and when will they move to the next stage of the demographic transition?
e) Using the 2 countries of your choice as case studies, discuss the main population problem (s) facing LDCs and MDCs. Propose two relevant population control measures or policies that can be adopted to solve the population problems you identified.
2) Do you think the world faces an overpopulation problem at present? What do you think would happen if all countries consumed resources at the rate of the United States?
Helpful Instructions:
Please use the United Nations Human Development Index (link below) to select one LDC and one MDC of your choice. Choose one country with very high human development (HDI > 0.8) and one country with low human development (HDI < 0.55) and use them as an example to illustrate the demographic differences between MDcs and LDCs. Examples: Mali and Germany, Haiti and Norway.
Click the following link for the list of MDCs and LDCs:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_Human_Development_Index
http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/latest-human-development-index-ranking
Also, please note that you should gather and compile population data and pyramids from the aforementioned websites and use the population data and the population pyramids to compare and contrast the population characteristics of the two countries at different levels of development. Please paste the population pyramids that you extracted from the above websites and other graphics (tables, charts, photographs, maps, etc.) into the body of your essay.
Key Words: Crude Birth Rate (CBR), Crude Death Rate (CDR), Natural Increase Rate (NIR), Age-sex structure, Total Fertility Rate (TFR), Life Expectancy, Dependency Ratio, Aging Population, Population Pyramid, Demographic Transition, and Human Development Index (HDI).

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See essay folder for the essay outline

Go to “Theory Comaprison Assingment” to pick a theory you would focus on for your chosen development issue”
See Essay Folder for the essay Outline
Use Question from chosen Theory on Theory Comaprison Assingment folder to structure out essay”
see folder attached below for more Information

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Hello this assignment is on geography.

Hello this assignment is on Geography. The assignment “HW 1” is attached along with other helpful files. Thank you.

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Should you dial the compass needle to the left or to the right to align with the true north?

Using the Magnetic Declination Calculator (Links to an external site.),
https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/calculators/magcalc.shtml
calculate the magnetic declinations for the following North American cities for the date you complete the assignment. Tell which direction the compass needle should be dialed to align with the true north. Vancouver, BC magnetic declination is already done for you.
Date this assignment was completed: __________________________________ (dd/mm/yyyy)
Magnetic Declination for Selected U. S Cities
Location
Geographic Coordinates
Magnetic Declination (°) in nearest whole number.
Will the Compass Needle show eastern or western declination from the True North?
Should you dial the compass needle to the left or to the right to align with the true north?
Vancouver, B.C
49.2827° N, 123.1207° W
15°53.05’E
Eastern
Dial to the left
New York City, NY
40.7128° N,
74.0060° W
San Diego, CA
32.7157° N,
117.1611° W
Houston, TX
29.7604° N,
95.3698° W
St. Louis, MO
38.6270° N,
90.1994° W
Chicago. IL
41.8781° N, 87.6298° W
Seattle, WA
47.6062° N, 122.3321° W
Atlanta, GA
33.7490° N, 84.3880°W
Montreal, Quebec
45.5017° N, 73.5673° W
Review the agonic line map (the line joining the points of zero magnetic variation) and the isogonic lines map (an imaginary line on a map joining points on the earth’s surface at which the magnetic declination is the same) below.
2. What is the difference between Agonic line and Isogonic line?
3. Why does magnetic declination increase as we go to the east coast or east coast of North America from the Agonic line? See the chart in the Introduction.
4. Why should one know magnetic declination while traveling or hiking in the east coast or west coast U.S but not concerned much in knowing the declination when he/she travels in the mid-west U.S?

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Describe each part of this acronym.

What does the acronym “CLORPT” stand for? Describe each part of this acronym. Second, what type of soil is most common in Dallas, Texas?