Ch 10: Transport & Industry

About This Chapter

Improve your understanding of transport and industry, including topics like economic sectors, standards of living, and more. If you are preparing for an exam or class discussion, these lessons and quizzes will help boost your confidence by testing your knowledge of the topics in advance.

Transport & Industry - Chapter Summary

In these lessons on transport and industry, you'll learn about transportation infrastructure, sustainable economic growth, and the value of transport routes. There's also a discussion about how cost of living varies in different countries. By the end of the chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Explain how transport routes affect settlements and industry
  • Discuss the affects of transportation infrastructure on the ecosystem
  • Explore economic costs and benefits of the Heathrow airport expansion
  • Describe different economic sectors
  • Examine multi-national companies in developed and developing countries
  • List factors that affect economic development
  • Measure standard of living
  • Discuss the importance of sustainable economic growth

Our professional educators review the topics covered using relatable examples to ensure the material is easy to comprehend. In video lessons, timelines let you navigate the learning process and go over only the topics you need to review. A brief multiple-choice quiz is available for each lesson to test your knowledge. You can also print the lesson quizzes and use them as worksheets.

6 Lessons in Chapter 10: Transport & Industry
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
From Highways to Canals: How Transportation Infrastructure Affects Ecosystems

1. From Highways to Canals: How Transportation Infrastructure Affects Ecosystems

What type of transportation do you use to get around? We use a variety of methods of transportation that all require some form of infrastructure. In this lesson, we will discuss how transportation infrastructure affects the ecosystems.

Economic Sectors: Primary, Secondary & Tertiary

2. Economic Sectors: Primary, Secondary & Tertiary

This lesson will seek to explain the different sectors of the economy. In doing so, it will concentrate on the primary sector, the secondary sector, and the tertiary sector. It will also highlight the service industry.

What is Economic Development? - Definition & Examples

3. What is Economic Development? - Definition & Examples

Learn what economic development is and why you may play a part in it every time you purchase something at the store. Find out who sponsors economic development and some of the most common categories and examples of economic development.

Factors that Affect Economic Development: Population, Conflict, Geography & the Environment

4. Factors that Affect Economic Development: Population, Conflict, Geography & the Environment

After watching this video, you will be able to explain what economic development is and describe some of the factors that affect economic development and how they do so. A short quiz will follow.

Standard of Living: Definition & Measurement

5. Standard of Living: Definition & Measurement

You've probably heard about the concept of standard of living and how it varies between different countries. In this lesson, you'll learn about what standard of living is and how it can be measured.

What is Sustainable Economic Growth? - Definition & Overview

6. What is Sustainable Economic Growth? - Definition & Overview

Sustainable economic growth is a hot issue in economics. In this lesson, you'll learn about sustainable growth and some of its important concepts. You'll also have a chance to take a short quiz after the lesson.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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