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# Test: Human Resources - 2

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QUESTION: 1

### Population density refer to

Solution:

Measure of the intensity of land use, expressed as number of people per square kilometer or square mile. Also called density of population.

Population density

Two important measures of a population are population size, the number of individuals, and population density, the number of individuals per unit area or volume.

Population density tells you how crowded an area is, on average. It can help you figure out the resources that a certain area requires, and it can help you compare areas. You'll need to gather data about the area and population size, then plug the numbers into the population density formula: Population Density = Number of People / Land Area.

QUESTION: 2

### The actual achievements compared with the objectives of the job is

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Job performance assesses whether a person performs a job well. They are the observable behaviors and actions which explain how the job is to be done, plus the results that are expected for satisfactory job performance. They tell the employee what a good job looks like. The purpose of performance standards is to communicate expectations.

QUESTION: 3

### Land covers only about ____ percent of the total area of the earth’s surface

Solution:

Area of land: 148 326 000 km2 (57 268 900 square miles), this are 30% of the total surface of Planet Earth. Area of water: 361 740 000 km2 (139 668 500 square miles), this are 71% of the total surface of the Earth. 97 percent is salt water and only 3 percent is fresh water.

QUESTION: 4

A few facts pertaining to the density of population are given below. Pick out the one that is not TRUE.

Solution:

Physical factors that affect population density include water supply, climate, relief (shape of the land), vegetation, soils and availability of natural resources and energy. Human factors that affect population density include social, political and economic factors.

QUESTION: 5

Pick out the non-physical factor that affects the distribution of population in a country ?

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QUESTION: 6

Give one example where countries with stable governments tend to have denser populations

Solution:

In a span of fifteen years, the population density of Singapore increased by approximately 1.75 thousand people per square kilometre of land area, to approximately 7.87 thousand people per square kilometre. This is due to the population of Singapore increasing over the years within a very limited space.
With a population of around 5.7 million people in 2019 and a land area of approximately 720 square kilometres, Singapore was the second most densely populated country in the world, after Monaco.

QUESTION: 7

Cite an example where religious or cultural activities tend to attract more people

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QUESTION: 8

Using resources carefully, judicially & giving them time to get renewed is called .................

Solution:

Using resources carefully, judicially and giving them time to get renewed is called resource conservation. It is very necessary to use the resources very carefully as they are part of our life support system.

QUESTION: 9

Give reasons as to why Alaska in North America is more populated.

Solution:

Alaska has a lot of minerals and thereby becomes attractive location.

QUESTION: 10

Osaka in Japan and Mumbai in India are two densely populated areas. Give reason

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As this region has highly developed and provided more employment opportunities.

QUESTION: 11

Population change refer to

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QUESTION: 12

Pick out from the following, the apt definition for natural growth rate.

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QUESTION: 13

Life expectancy refer to

Solution: The term life span is most commonly confused with another important concept: life expectancy. While both terms relate to the number of living years, they actually define very different concepts. While the term life span refers to the maximum number of years an individual can live, life expectancy refers to an estimate or an average number of years a person can expect to live. Most simply put, life expectancy can be attributed to and impacted by an individual and their personal health history, genetics, and lifestyle, whereas life span holds for all living humans.
QUESTION: 14

Birth rate refer to

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QUESTION: 15

The number of deaths per 1,000 people refer to

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Death rate, crude (per 1,000 people)
Definition: Crude death rate indicates the number of deaths occurring during the year, per 1,000 population estimated at midyear.
QUESTION: 16

The movement of people in and out of an area is referred to as

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QUESTION: 17

Analyse the image given below and infer

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QUESTION: 18

What does the following image infer?

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QUESTION: 19

A population pyramid

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The correct option is D.
A population pyramid is a graph that shows the distribution of ages across a population divided down the center between male and female members of the population.

QUESTION: 20

If the birth rate is high and the death rate is low in a country then the population pyramid will

Solution:

A population pyramid, also called an "age-gender-pyramid", is a graphical illustration that shows the distribution of various age groups in a population. If the birth rate is high and death rate low, it will lead to movement rapidly towards the top.