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Follow the directions below.1. When was the original pueblo of Los Angeles founded?a. in the1870sb. 1781c. 1845d. none of the above2. Where was the original center of the pueblo of Los Angeles?a. near present day San Pedrob. in the area around present-day Olvera Streetc. near present-day Norwalkd. none of the aboveCopy and paste the link below to a new window. Read the article and answer the questions below.https://la.curbed.com/2018/9/10/17827982/single-family-houses-los-angeles-zoning-rules-explained3. What percent of developable land in LA is dedicated to single family housing?a. fiveb. twenyc. almost halfd. over half4. What Federal government agency made single-family housing affordable and available to LA homeowners?a. the Homestead Actb. the Federal Housing Administrationc, the Cleary Actd. none of the above5. True or False? “Red-lining” is a term used in Los Angeles to describe the connections that were created by the interurban transportation network of the red cars.6. According to the current head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, Los Angeles’ housing shortages are the result of:a. federal zoning codesb. rapid and unregulated urban sprawlc. city zoning codes designed to encourage single family residential areasd. none of the above7. What regional city experimented with loosening zoning restrictions to encourage greater density but instead created a city of “crackerboxes”?a. Santa Monicab. Irvinec. Long Beachd. PasadenaCopy and paste the link below to a new window.https://www.kcet.org/shows/lost-la/segregation-in-the-city-of-angels-a-1939-map-of-housing-inequality-in-laRead the “Lost LA” report on segregation in the City of Angels.8. What publication in the 1930s provided listings of accommodations and restaurants for African American travelers that were safe and secure?a. Good Housekeepingb. the Blue Bookc. the Green Bookd. Roads and Highways9. TRUE or FALSE? In the 1930s, African American home ownership in Los Angeles was the highest of any city in the US.10. TRUE or FALSE? Redlining reinforced racial and ethnic boundaries in Los Angeles and contributed to urban blight as investment dollars avoided these areas.Exercise 16.2 – Data Visualization: Global CitiesVisit the website below and answer the following questions.Data Visualization: Global Cities of the Future by McKinsey and Companyhttp://www.mckinsey.com/tools/Wrappers/Wrapper.aspx?sid={C84CB74F-A3B1-47B1-8265-6252F6D85B68}&pid={4F5BEDB1-6C1F-4243-A052-83ADBABE82DF}In this data module, you will visualize the projected expansion of the global urban network into 2025. This connects to the Chapter 16 The Urban Transformation discussion of the global growth of cities. You will explore a variety of data visualizations of the growth of the global urban network, both in population and economic terms.As you first encounter the main interactive visualization, make note of the information pane on the left-hand side, the drop-down topic selection on the top-right, and the navigation tools in the interactive window that include a zoom and display toggle (select/switch) from Map or Globe. You will use your mouse to click through the various options and data displays, as well as to hover over data symbols to view more specific information. You will also want to review the links on the bottom of the left-hand information pane that includes “Read assumptions behind the data” and “View Related Charts” for further explanation of the figures behind the interactive.The interactive starts with the “Global cities of the future” visualization; make sure you read each topic’s data and visual descriptions in the information pane.1. When viewing the “Global cities” topic visual, which of the following statements is true? LO 16.1a. The urban population of the world’s regions is relatively uniform and even.b. Global metropolitan areas with the largest urban populations are generally in Asia.c. The urban population of the world’s regions is always found along the coasts.d. Global metropolitan areas that have the lowest urban populations are mostly in Africa.Hover your mouse over the world’s highest population metropolitan areas, those with over 18 million persons. 2. What city is expected to experience the greatest increase in population by 2025? LO 16.1a. Sao Paolob. Tokyoc. Shanghaid. New YorkChange the topic drop down to “600 cities.” 3. What statement is most accurate about the data on these 600 global cities? LO 16.1a. These 600 cities are identified as the world’s richest and most populous cities in the world.b. The world only has these 600 cities and the rest of the global land area is made up of rural area.c. These 600 cities are all found in the developing world, where all of future growth will occur.d. The world will experience most of its economic and population growth in these 600 cities.Change the year from 2010 to 2025 in the information pane. Click back and forth a couple of times between 2010 and 2025 to better comprehend the changes.4. What happened to the pattern of the global cities network? LO 16.2a. Generally cities across the world experienced an increase in their urban populations.b. Many cities in the African region disappeared from the top 600 cities list by 2025.c. Generally cities across the world experienced a decrease in their urban populations.d. Many cities began to appear in the interior of Asia, where they were absent before.Click “toggle all” next to “Middleweight cities” to turn off the data for those metropolitan areas. 5. Of the 600 cities studied in this visualization, how many are categorized as “Megacities”? LO 16.2a. 1b. 3c. 27d. 600Click “toggle all” next to “Middleweight cities” again to turn on the data for those metropolitan areas. Click the check boxes for “Large” and “Middle” leaving the box checked for “Small.” 6. Which world region has the largest clustering of small-sized “Middleweight cities”? LO 16.2a. Africab. South Americac. North Americad. East AsiaChange the “Key metrics” from “Population” to “Total GDP.” Click back and forth a couple of times between Population and Total GDP to better comprehend the changes.7. What world region is qualified by the most cities that have larger populations but modest levels of total GDP? LO 16.3a. South Asia b. North Americac. South Americad. EuropeChange the “Key metrics” from “Total GDP” to “Per capita GDP.” Click back and forth a couple of times between Total GDP and Per Capita GDP to better comprehend the changes. It may also be helpful for you to review what “per capita” indicates, if you are not already familiar.8. What statement best reflects the change in patterns when per capita GDP is visualized? LO 16.3a. The urban populations of African cities have a higher share of their cities’ overall GDP.b. The highest per capita GDP rates are found in the regions that make up the Developing World.c. The urban populations of North American cities have a higher share of their cities’ overall GDP.d. The lowest per capita GDP rates are found in the regions that make up the Developed World.Change the topic; drop down to “Emerging Markets” and review the new data settings in the information pane. 9. What term represents a part of the world that is relatively synonymous, or used interchangeably, with emerging market? Hint: look at the default data selections in the information pane. LO 16.3a. Developed worldb. Megacitiesc. Middleweight citiesd. Developing world10. What world region is not a part of the emerging market? LO 16.4a. South Americab. Subsaharan Africac. South Asiad. North AmericaChange the “Key metrics” from “Population” to “Per capita GDP.” Find the selections under “Economy” towards the bottom of the information pane. Click back and forth between the “Developing world” and “Developed world” designations.11. What statement best reflects the change in Per capita GDP patterns between the Developing world and Developed world? LO 16.4a. The Developing world, as indicated by presence of global cities, is exclusively found in the Subsaharan Africa region.b. The cities of the Developed world generally have higher levels of Per capita GDP.c. The Developed world, as indicated by presence of global cities, is exclusively in the Northern Hemisphere.d. The cities of the Developing world universally have the lowest levels of Per capita GDP.Change the topic; drop down to “Hot Spots” and review the new data settings in the information pane. In particular, click back and forth between the three “Key Metrics” options. 12. What description best characterizes a global city “hot spot”? LO 16.4a. The top 25 ranking cities by population in 2025.b. The top 25 ranking cities by Total GDP in 2025.c. The top 25 ranking cities by Per capita GDP in 2025.d. All of these are considered “Hot Spots.”13. What world region does not have any global city “Hot Spots” as indicated by all three of the “Key Metrics” data rankings? LO 16.5a. Europeb. South Americac. Subsaharan Africad. Australia and OceaniaNow observe the patterns related to “Hot Spots” in the “Number of Households” selection. Click back and forth between the “All” and “With annual income > $20,000.” 14. What world region has the most cities that are in the top 25 global ranking for number of households with annual income greater than $20,000? LO 16.5a. East Asiab. Europec. North Americad. South AsiaNow observe the patterns related to “Hot Spots” in the “Age group” selection. Click back and forth between the three age categories.15. Select the statement that makes a correct pairing of a world region with its most characteristic average age group (as determined by the number of “Hot Spot” cities in the age category for that world region). LO 16.5a. Europe has the most cities with an average age group that is less than 15 years of age.b. North America has the most cities that have large proportions of all age group categories.c. East Asia has the most cities with an average age group that is over the age of 65 years old.d. Subsaharan Africa has the most cities with an average age that is between 15 and 64 years of age.
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