which of the following associations is incorrect?

which of the following associations is incorrect?

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1) Southeast Asian physiography is dominated by: a) extensive plateaus b) high relief c) extensive flat plains d) rolling hills e) dry-environment landformsB) High relief
2) Which of the following statements is false? a) The Southeast Asian realm exhibits shatter belt characteristics. b) Compared to neighboring realms, Southeast Asia has a relatively low population density. c) The major river valleys of mainland Southeast Asia are sparsely populated. d) Southeast Asia is culturally fragmented. e) All of the above are correct.C) The major river valleys of mainland southeast Asia are sparsely populated.
3) Southeast Asia, compared to the South Asia realm, is: a) less densely populated b) more densely populated than India and possesses a much lower standard of living c) very heavily urbanized, with sparse populations in the rural areas d) entirely a remnant of Britain's East Indies colonial empire e) much less affected by Chinese immigrationD) Entirely a remnant of Britain's East Indies colonial empire.
4) Half of Southeast Asia's population lives in which two countries? a) Indonesia and Vietnam b) Indonesia and the Philippines c) Vietnam and the Philippines d) Malaysia and Myanmar e) Indonesia and ThailandB) Indonesia and the Philippines
5) Large-scale population clusters in Southeast Asia exist in all but which of the following areas? a) lower valleys of major rivers b) deltas of major rivers c) zones of plantation development in Malaysia d) areas of volcanic soil in the islands e) interior highland regionsE) Interior highland regions
6) Agriculture in Southeast Asia is limited by: a) desert conditions b) loess soils c) generally infertile tropical soils d) severe dietary restrictions caused by food taboos e) all of the aboveB) Loess soils
7) Which country-river association is incorrect? a) Myanmar--Irrawaddy b) Thailand--Chao Phraya c) Laos--Liao d) southern Vietnam--Mekong e) northern Vietnam--RedC) Laos--Liao
8) A country in Southeast Asia that remained, for the most part, an independent state throughout the colonial era was: a) Vietnam b) Malaya c) Borneo d) Thailand e) BurmaD) Thailand
9) Which of the following was not a part of French Indochina? a) Tonkin b) Siam c) Cambodia d) Laos e) Cochin ChinaB) Siam
10) Which of the following mother country-colony associations is incorrect? a) Spain--Philippines b) Britain--Burma c) Netherlands--Brunei d) France--Vietnam e) PortugalEast TimorC) Netherlands--Brunei
11) Which of the following countries was once part of British India? a) Singapore b) Sumatera (Sumatra) c) Myanmar (Burma) d) Malaysia e) ThailandC) Myanmar (Burma)
12) Which of the following islands was not colonized by the Dutch? a) Jawa b) Sumatera (Sumatra) c) Borneo d) Sulawesi (Celebes) e) LuzonE) Luzon
13) In 1965, _____ broke away from Malaysia and became a separate political entity in Southeast Asia. a) Singapore b) Hong Kong c) Sarawak d) Brunei e) BorneoA) Singapore
14) _____ held onto eastern Timor well after the Dutch left the East Indies. a) Portugal b) France c) Australia d) Britain e) JapanA) Portugal
15) The largest Muslim country in the world in terms of population is: a) Bangladesh b) Iran c) Pakistan d) Indonesia e) NigeriaD) Indonesia
16) The ethnic group forming a significant part of the commercial class in Southeast Asia are the: a) Indians b) Japanese c) Singaporeans d) Thais e) ChineseE) Chinese
17) In Myanmar, Thailand, and Cambodia, most of the people are adherents of: a) Buddhism b) Hinduism c) Islam d) Roman Catholicism e) the Muslim faithA) Buddhism
18) Which of the following political entities is not located on the island of Borneo?: a) Kalimantan b) Sarawak c) East Timor d) Brunei e) SabahA) Kalimantan
19) A boundary is actually marked on the ground during the stage called: a) field perforation b) allocation (definition) c) delimitation d) demarcation e) antecedenceD) Demarcation
20) The concept that indicates that destabilization in one area will eventually affect neighboring areas is known as the: a) Vietnam syndrome b) organic theory c) buffer theory d) Domino theory e) fragmentation modelD) Domino theory
21) An example of a relict boundary is the boundary between: a) North and South Vietnam b) North and South Korea c) Israel and the West Bank d) Australia and East Timor e) United States and MexicoA) North and South Vietnam
22) A boundary developing contemporaneously with a cultural landscape, and adjusting to linguistic, religious, and ethnic breaks, is termed: a) superimposed b) relict c) antecedent d) subsequent e) organicD) Subsequent
23) The genetic classification of boundaries relates the political boundary's creation to: a) its appearance on the map as straight, curved, or irregular lines b) its length or persistence, whether it is an attenuated or abbreviated boundary c) the physical landscape through which it lies, whether that landscape is uniform or complex d) the stage of development of the cultural landscape in the boundary area at the time the boundary was laid down e) the degree of penetration of the boundary by roads, railroads, pipelines, and the likeD) The stage of development of the cultural landscape in the boundary area at the time the boundary was laid down
24) A country that is elongated is: a) Cambodia b) Vietnam c) Brunei d) Singapore e) PhilippinesB) Vietnam
25) Saigon is today named after the communist leader who founded modern Vietnam, a communist named: a) Viet Cong b) Kim Il Sung c) Ho Chi Minh d) Dien Bien Phu e) Pol PotC) Ho Chi Minh
26) The colonial power that lost the battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954 was: a) the United States b) Portugal c) France d) Japan e) the United KingdomC) France
27) Which country does not border Vietnam? a) Laos b) Thailand c) Cambodia d) People's Republic of China e) None of the aboveB) Thailand
28) The two core areas of Vietnam are centered at: a) Cochin China and Annam b) Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City c) the Mekong and Irrawaddy deltas d) Bangkok and Dien Bien Phu e) Viangchan and Phnom PenhB) Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City
29) The Southeast Asian nation that exhibits the greatest degree of compactness is: a) Laos b) Cambodia c) Thailand d) Vietnam e) IndonesiaB) Cambodia
30) Angkor Wat is located in which country? a) Vietnam b) Cambodia c) Laos d) Myanmar e) ThailandB) Cambodia
31) The Khmer Rouge killed as many as 2 million people in an attempt to change the society of: a) Vietnam b) Cambodia c) Laos d) Thailand e) MyanmarB) Cambodia
32) The poorest state in Indochina is: a) Laos b) East Timor c) Singapore d) Thailand e) MyanmarA) Laos
33) Which of the following associations is false? a) Philippines and Manila b) Myanmar and Yangon c) Indonesia and Jakarta d) Laos and Hanoi e) Thailand and BangkokD) Laos and Hanoi
34) Three countries located on the Malay Peninsula are: a) Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam b) Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar c) China, Vietnam, Malaysia d) Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei e) Malaya, Indonesia, SingaporeB) Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar
35) The Southeast Asian state that exhibits a proruption is: a) Singapore b) Cambodia c) Thailand d) Malaysia e) IndonesiaC) Thailand
36) The vast majority of Thailand's Muslim population lives in the: a) Far north b) Bangkok area c) border zone with Malaysia d) Mekong River delta e) Golden TriangleA) Far North
37) Which of the following mother country-colony associations is false? a) Netherlands--Indonesia b) Spain--Thailand c) France--Laos d) Britain--Burma e) United Kingdom--SingaporeB) Spain--Thailand
38) The insular region of Southeast Asia does not include: a) Malaysia b) Brunei c) Singapore d) Laos e) ThailandD) Laos
39) An example of a country with a proruption is: a) Cambodia b) Myanmar c) Vietnam d) Brunei e) MalaysiaB) Myanmar
40) Which of the following is a former British colony? a) Myanmar b) Thailand c) Cambodia d) the Philippines e) East TimorA) Myanmar
41) The two States of East Malaysia are: a) Sarawak and Sabah b) Borneo and Sumatera (Sumatra) c) Singapore and Malaya d) Brunei and Borneo e) Brunei and SingaporeA) Sarawak and Sabah
42) The small oil rich Islamic sultanate of insular Southeast Asia is: a) Kalimantan b) Papua c) Brunei d) Sulawesi e) East TimorC) Brunei
43) An archipelago is: a) a chain of islands b) an elongated state c) a state with more than one proruption d) best exemplified by Laos e) a divided state on the mainlandA) a chain of islands
44) Indonesia is a state located: a) on two major islands b) on more than 17,000 islands c) on both the Asian mainland and the island of Borneo d) between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean e) B and D aboveE) B and D above
45) The majority of Indonesia's population is located on the island of: a) Sulawesi b) Sumatera c) Jawa d) Kalimantan e) TimorC) Jawa
46) The island of _____ is the largest and westernmost island of Indonesia. a) Maluku b) Borneo c) Sumatera d) Luzon e) JawaC) Sumatera
47) The island of _____ is the Indonesian island that borders the Strait of Malacca. a) Sulawesi b) Borneo c) Sumatera d) Luzon e) JawaC) Sumatera
48) The island of _____ insular Southeast Asia that can be characterized as a minicontinent is: a) Sulawesi b) Borneo c) Sumatera d) Celebes e) SingaporeB) Borneo
49) The two main islands in terms of population and size in the Philippines are: a) Mindanao and Luzon b) Borneo and Visayan c) Singapore and Cebu d) Timor and Jawa e) Sulawesi and LuzonA) Mindanao and Luzon
50) The Muslim stronghold in the Philippines in areas such as Jolo and Palawan is located in: a) Luzon b) the Visayan archipelago c) the southern islands d) Timor e) metropolitan ManilaC) The southern islands
51) The city-state commanding access to the strategic Strait of Malacca is Hong Kong.False
52) Like Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia is a region of great cultural complexity that merits the label shatter belt.True
53) Southeast Asia can be considered a buffer zone as well as a shatter belt.True
54) The total population of Southeast Asia is relatively modest compared to the populations of India and China.True
55) The population of Southeast Asia tends to be evenly spread across the realm's fragmented land area.False
56) The island of Jawa is one of the world's most intensively cultivated areas, owing to its rich volcanic soils.True
57) The mountains to the north of mainland Southeast Asia have hindered travel into the region.True
58) The Khmer people form the majority of the population in Cambodia.True
59) The term Malaysia refers only to those former British protectorates on the mainland.False
60) The United States acquired the Philippines from Japan at the end of World War II.False
61) Dutch colonialism in its East Indies possessions eventually united over 17,000 islands into one state.True
62) The Philippines' last colonial master, which granted the country independence in 1946, was the United States.True
63) The island of Singapore was formerly a British colony.True
64) Indonesia is the world's most populous Muslim country.True
65) In Singapore, the Chinese constitute more than 75 percent of the population.True
66) In boundary creation, the delimitation stage precedes the demarcation stage.True
67) Antecedent boundaries are decided before significant settlement of an area occurs.True
68) Subsequent boundaries are decided while settlement of an area occurs.True
69) The boundary between Singapore and Malaysia is known as a subsequent boundary.False
70) Vietnam constitutes an elongated state.True
71) Cochin China was the name of the French colonial stronghold centered on the Mekong Delta.True
72) More than half of Vietnam's population was born after the Indochina War.True
73) North and South Vietnam were united in 1975.True
74) Vietnam has more than one core area.True
75) Cambodia is a good example of an elongated state.False
76) Laos is Southeast Asia's only landlocked country.True
77) The heart of Thailand lies in the Chao Phraya River basin.True
78) Myanmar, unlike other Southeast Asian nations, has no ethnic minorities.False
79) The Kayin (Karen), a people living in the proruption of Burma, wish to create an autonomous area within Burma.True
80) East Malaysia includes Sarawak and Sabah.True
81) Singapore lies on the Strait of Malacca.True
82) People of Chinese descent make up a majority of the population of Singapore.True
83) In Singapore, the Muslims constitute more than 75 percent of the population.False
84) Singapore has an authoritarian government and a market economy.True
85) A state whose national territory consists of two or more separated parts is termed prorupt.False
86) The island of Jawa became the focus of Dutch colonial administration in Southeast Asia.True
87) Indonesia has ended its policy of transmigration which involved the resettlement of Jawanese to other islands.True
88) Manila is located on the island of Mindanao.False
89) There is a Muslim-based insurgency in the southern islands of the Philippines.True
90) The two largest islands in the Philippines are Luzon and Mindanao.True
91) The boundary-type that is defined and delimited before the main elements of its cultural landscape begin to develop is known as a(n) _____ boundary.Anteccedent
92) Both Thailand and Myanmar are examples of states whose territorial morphologies can be classified as _____.Prorupt
93) The communist leader who founded modern North Vietnam and after whom the capital of reunited Vietnam (formerly Saigon) was renamed in 1976 was _____.Ho Chi Minh
94) Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) lies in the delta region of the _____ River.Red
95) Countries such as the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia, whose territory consists of numerous parts separated by water and/or foreign territory, are called _____ states by political geographers.Fragmented
96) The world's most populous Islamic country is _____.Indonesia
97) Banda Aceh, the city most devastated by the 2004 tsunami, is located on the Indonesian island of _____.Sumatera
98) The megacity that is the capital of Indonesia is _____.Jakarta
99) The westernmost half of Papua New Guinea, owned and operated by Indonesia, has always been referred to by Jakarta as _____.West Irian Jaya
100) Southeast Asia is home to a great number of immigrant groups from South Asia and elsewhere. The largest number, however, are from _____.China
101) Collectively, the administrative units in France's Southeast Asian colonies were called _____.Indochina
102) Unlike sinuous boundaries, which curve to accommodate natural and cultural conditions on the accommodate natural and cultural conditions on the ground, _____ boundaries are straight lines that often fail to incorporate regional distinctions.Superimposed
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