What Is a Functional Region?


A functional region is a place that depends on the core city for the major issues. They still do require support from the external smaller cities but get most of their assistance from some of the larger most thriving cities.
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A functional region is a type of region that is characterized by its function such as a drainage basin, city-region, or a metropolitan area.
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A functional region is an area that has a central point where the characteristics seem to stay stable, but as you move away from the central point, the same characteristics seem to diminish or weaken in number.
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