During the decade of the nineteen-fifties, Arizona, an inland state located in the South west and bordered by New Mexico, the country of Mexico, California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado, had one of the fastest growing populations in the nation, with a rate of growth 5 surpassed by only three other states: Florida, Nevada, and Alaska. In the early part of the twentieth century, the population was predominantly rural but, by the time of the 1960 census, 74,5% was urban-dwelling as compared with 55,5% at the decenmal census ten years earlier.
1. Where did the state of Arizona rank in population growth rate in 1950's ?
2. According to the passage, which of the following cannot be said of Arizona?
3. When was a majority of Arizona's population urban-dwelling for the first time ?
4. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage ?
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