Question of the Day: AP Human Geography
The Human Development Index (HDI) measures the development of countries based on statistical data of life expectancy, education, and income. While this data is collected country by country, the data can reflect entire regions in a range from very high human development to low human development.
Which of the following regions of the world has the lowest ranking human development on the HDI?
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