Test: AP Human Geography



According to the Burgess Concentric Zone model, which zone are low-income residents most likely to inhabit and why?

The Commuter Zone, because demand for housing close to jobs in the Central Business District has inflated urban housing prices

The Working-Class Residential Zone, because most cities have strict urban zoning laws that prohibit people from inhabiting areas that are zoned as light-industrial or commercial

The Working-Class Residential Zone, because conditions of on-site factory housing tend to be dreadful and violate OHSA safety standards

The Transition Zone, because of its close proximity to industrial and manufacturing jobs in the Central Business District

The Transition Zone, because marketplaces and businesses tend to develop near low-income residential areas to make profit on consumer goods and services

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