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Concentric Circles - 3D

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The concentric circles model was developed by Ernest Burgess to explain the distribution of population and rents in urban areas. This model defines land use in concentric zones.

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$14.99
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The concentric circles theory explains the radial physical and social structure of cities, especially in the USA. This model was developed by Ernest Burgess to explain the distribution of population and rents in urban areas. This model defines land use in concentric zones.

These circles can be used to explain growth stages, expansion plans or targets. All elements of the product are editable, including the width of the circles.

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Product Features & Benefits:

  • Fully editable customizable PowerPoint slides
  • Range of layout options that are easy to edit
  • Easy to change colors, shadows, fonts, text and backgrounds
  • Design elements can be added, modified or deleted
  • Better than Clip Art: Using elements created in PowerPoint gives flexibility to design.
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Product Specs 3D, Static
Slide Count 11 - 20 Slides
Additional Specs Version 2007 and above

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