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Geography can affect whether or not people have access to the Internet.
Which of the following explains why this is true? Select TWO answers.
Broadband internet is slower and more difficult to receive in rural areas than in highly populated cities.
There must be a certain number of users in an area to get broadband internet, so unpopulated areas are less likely to have access to it.
Internet providers refuse to provide access to specific neighborhoods or towns.
There are areas of the world where it is physically impossible to get an Internet connection.