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Small urban gardens in vacant lots and on rooftops are increasing in number. These gardens (Points : 5) are able to make most cities agriculturally self-sufficient. recycle most of
the compost generated by the city's sewage treatment facilities. are able to recapture most of the carbon dioxide in the city, making the cities carbon neutral. recycle compost, potentially create jobs for unskilled workers, and provide limited amounts of fresh produce
recycle most of the compost generated by the city's sewage treatment facilities. are able to recapture most of the carbon dioxide in the city, making the cities carbon neutral.
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User: Small urban gardens in vacant lots and on rooftops are increasing in number. These gardens (Points : 5) are able to make most cities agriculturally self-sufficient. recycle most of the compost generated by the city's sewage treatment facilities. are able to recapture most of the carbon dioxide in the city, making the cities carbon neutral. recycle compost, potentially create jobs for unskilled workers, and provide limited amounts of fresh produce

Weegy: recycle most of the compost generated by the city's sewage treatment facilities. are able to recapture most of the carbon dioxide in the city, making the cities carbon neutral.
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 250|

User: Over time, as suburban sprawl develops, major traffic flow shifts from (Points : 5) into and out of cities to traffic between suburban centers. traffic between urban centers to commuting into and out of cities. traffic between cities to commuting between urban centers. traffic between suburbs to traffic between suburbs and rural regions.

Weegy: traffic between cities to commuting between urban centers.
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 250|

User: Small urban gardens in vacant lots and on rooftops are increasing in number. These gardens (Points : 5) 1) are able to make most cities agriculturally self-sufficient. 2) recycle most of the compost generated by the city's sewage treatment facilities. 3) are able to recapture most of the carbon dioxide in the city, making the cities carbon neutral. 4) recycle compost, potentially create jobs for unskilled workers, and provide limited amounts of fresh produce

Weegy: 4) recycle compost, potentially create jobs for unskilled workers, and provide limited amounts of fresh produce
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 250|

User: Urban sprawl is associated with (Points : 5) 1)low residential density. 2) high physical separation between homes, work, and shopping. 3 congested traffic due to inadequate road networks. 4) low residential density, high physical separation between homes, work, and shopping, and congested traffic due to inadequate road networks

Weegy: 3 congested traffic due to inadequate road networks.
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 250|

User: In the more livable modern cities of the world, you are now less likely to see (Points : 5) 1) parking lots. 2) automobiles. 3)highways. 4) parking lots, automobiles, and highways

Weegy: 1) parking lots. 2) automobiles.
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 260|

User: When generally comparing life in suburban sprawl and life in the inner city, people living in the inner city (Points : 5) 1)walk more. 2)have larger homes. 3)experience lower crime rates. 4)enjoy lower-density residential living.

Weegy: 4)enjoy lower-density residential living.
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 260|

User: Over the past 50 years, as the population of the United States doubled, the demand for petroleum products (Points : 5) 1)declined. 2)stayed about the same, cutting in half the per capita consumption. 3)doubled too. 4) tripled.

Weegy: 4) tripled.
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 260|

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