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Q: The vast slums surrounding major cities in the developing world are occupied by people who (Points : 5) A) could afford to live elsewhere. B) typically own small, simple homes.
C) vote in large numbers and have great influence on local politics. D) represent an essential workforce for the cities in which they live.
A: represent an essential workforce for the cities in which they live.
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User: The vast slums surrounding major cities in the developing world are occupied by people who (Points : 5) A) could afford to live elsewhere. B) typically own small, simple homes. C) vote in large numbers and have great influence on local politics. D) represent an essential workforce for the cities in which they live.

Weegy: represent an essential workforce for the cities in which they live.
papop|Points 184|

User: Which of the following activities generally occurs less frequently in the United States in the period following WW II? (Points : 5) A) walking to work B) riding in a car C) eating produce from outside the United States D) flying to your vacation destination

Weegy: walking to work
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: Urban sprawl is associated with (Points : 5) A) low residential density. B) high physical separation between homes, work, and shopping. C) congested traffic due to inadequate road networks. D) low residential density, high physical separation between homes, work, and shopping, and congested traffic due to inadequate road networks.

Weegy: congested traffic due to inadequate road networks.
uxiali|Points 698|

User: Most of the successful urban plans that have made cities more livable have designed space to be centered on (Points : 5) A) efficient automobile traffic. B) the movements and interactions of people through foot access in conjunction with mass transit. C) housing and places for people to park their cars. D) oceans as a common source for water and mode of transportation.





Weegy: B) the movements and interactions of people through foot access in conjunction with mass transit.
Expert answered|millerhan|Points 263|



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