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Solutions for Chapter 3: Human Settlements and Land Use

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Exercise [Pages 29 - 31]

Balbharati solutions for Geography 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Human Settlements and Land Use Exercise [Pages 29 - 31]

Identify the correct correlation:

Exercise | Q 1) 1) | Page 29

Assertion: Settlements can be of various types.

Reasoning: Various physical factors affect the growth of settlements.

  • Only A is correct.

  • Only R is correct

  • Both A and R are correct and R is the correct explanation of A.

  • Both A and R are correct but R is not the correct explanation of A.

Exercise | Q 1) 2) | Page 29

Assertion (A): When cities grow, their functions also grow.

Reasoning (R): Cities can have only one function.

  • Only A is correct.

  • Only R is correct.

  • Both A and R are correct and R is the correct explanation of A.

  • Both A and R are correct but R is not the correct explanation of A.

Exercise | Q 2) 1) | Page 29

Give a geographical reason:

Not all rural settlements change into urban settlements.

Exercise | Q 2) 2) | Page 29

Give a geographical reason:

In rural settlements, land use is related to agriculture.

Exercise | Q 2) 3) | Page 29

Give a geographical reason:

Rural-urban fringes have the characteristics of both urban and rural settlements.

Exercise | Q 2) 4) | Page 29

Give a geographical reason:

Growth of urban areas is linked to land use.

Exercise | Q 3) 1) | Page 29

 Write a short note on:

The interrelationship between rural and urban settlements.

Exercise | Q 3) 2) | Page 29

Write a short note on:

Problems of urban settlements.

Exercise | Q 3) 3) | Page 29

Write a short note on:

Suburbs

Exercise | Q 3) 4) | Page 29

Write a short note on:

Mixed land use.

Exercise | Q 4) 1) | Page 29

Answer the following question:

Explain the characteristics of rural settlements.

Exercise | Q 4) 2) | Page 29

Answer the following questions:

What factors are responsible for the development of various patterns in the settlement? Give examples.

Exercise | Q 5) 1) | Page 29

Differentiate between :

Land use and Landcover

Exercise | Q 5) 2) | Page 30

Differentiate between:

Barren and Non-agricultural land

Exercise | Q 5) 3) | Page 30

Differentiate between:

Radial Pattern and Circular Pattern

Exercise | Q 5) 4) | Page 30

Differentiate between :

Nucleated and Dispersed Settlement

Exercise | Q 6) 1) | Page 30

Draw a diagram and label it:

Linear settlement

Exercise | Q 6) 2) | Page 30

Draw a neat and well-labeled diagram for:

Radial settlement

Exercise | Q 6) 3) | Page 30

Draw a neat and well-labeled diagram for:

Compact settlement

Exercise | Q 6) 4) | Page 30

Draw a neat and well-labelled diagram for:

Dispersed settlement

Exercise | Q 7) | Page 30

Write a note in your own words about how land use in Lonar city has evolved over time.

Exercise | Q 8) | Page 31

Read the given passage and answer the following questions:

Different types of human settlements include hamlets, villages, small towns, large towns, isolated places, cities, and conurbations. In some systems, types of human settlements are broken up into urban, suburban, and rural; for example, the U.S. Census Bureau divides settlements into urban or rural categories based on precise definitions. Small settlements, such as hamlets and villages, have low populations and restricted access to services. Larger types of settlements, such as cities, have higher populations, higher densities, and greater access to services. For example, a village may have only one or two general stores, while a large metropolis may have many specialized stores and chain stores. These differences are known as low-order service settlements and high-order service settlements. Larger settlements also have a sphere of influence affecting surrounding settlements. Settlements may also be divided by the site chosen, such as sites selected based on resources, trading points, defensive sites, shelter, and relationship to water resources. The functions of human settlements also differ, as settlements may be established as ports, market towns, and resorts. Types of rural settlements may also be classified by function, such as proximity to farming, fishing, and mining. Settlements that focus on one economic activity are called single functional settlements. Human settlements may be permanent or temporary. For example, a refugee camp is a temporary settlement, while a city is a permanent settlement.

1) Which human settlements are mentioned in the passage above?
2) On what basis are urban and rural areas classified?
3) What are the functions carried out in rural settlements?
4) Explain the difference between low-order service and high-order service settlements.

Solutions for Chapter 3: Human Settlements and Land Use

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Balbharati solutions for Geography 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 - Human Settlements and Land Use - Shaalaa.com

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Concepts covered in Geography 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 Human Settlements and Land Use are Types of Settlement, Types of Urban Settlements, Land Use, Land Use Classification, Land Use in Rural Area, Human Settlements, Land Use in Urban Areas, Rural-urban Fringe, Suburbs.

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