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  • Q1

    The modern post-colonial city forms a ring around the area of colonial urban development. The visible zones are: (Give 1 Example)

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  • Q2

    During the colonial era in the early 20th century, a new city grew outside the walls of the old city. It has features common to other colonial cities such as: (Give 1 Example)

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  • Q3

    According to the definition of Britannica, name one (1) goal setting of Urban Planning:

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  • Q4

    In 1800s, North America attracted huge numbers of migrants and immigrants, mostly from: (Name 1 of 4 countries)

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  • Q5

    Cities are living, breathing ecosystems where life plays out as a complex dance of interactions, including competition for___, matters of accessibility and _____, or social patterns

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  • Q6

    The Character of Urban Spaces comes from the people who live and work in it as they modify their physical and social environments to suit their ____ and _____.

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  • Q7

    Urban Planning is ______________& _______________.

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  • Q8

    Each new phase of the city brings new processes and relationships that produce specific _______ of urban form and the ________ of its houses, streets, buildings and open spaces.

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  • Q9

    Starting in the 1850s, cities were brimming with newcomers and jammed with factories, warehouses, shops and offices, and there was intense competition for the best and most accessible locations.

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  • Q10

    It is how cities grow and change, comes from shifts in the type of economic activity people in the area are relying on, technology, and population changes.

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  • Q11

    It is where the region’s government is located and serves as the primary hub for political activity and government power. These are also often historical centers of trade, communication and transportation.

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  • Q12

    Colonial Ports and Inland Market Centers often built upon a landscape shaped by America’s ___________ people.

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  • Q13

    Density, age, gender, social class, and ethnicity are some of the ___________ elements that are commonly used to analyze a city's population.

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  • Q14

    It is mostly used for industrial stuff, this is also where we’d find the cheapest places to live

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