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I need answers to these following questions: (I need answers ASAP, cause they're test's reset every hour or something like that.) Thanks!

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1. In the sixth century, kingdoms in India were

A. undergoing successive waves of conversions to Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam.
B. adopting Buddhism as their official religion.
C. adopting Islam as their official religion.
D. developing traditions that would become Hinduism.

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2. In the development of the Roman Empire, the Romans treated citizenship as

A. meaningless because the Roman Empire was tyrannical.
B. belonging only to native Romans.
C. something to be shared with conquered people.
D. a benefit worthy only of peoples who had freely joined them.

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3. What title was given to the supreme Islamic authority, the successor of the prophet?

A. Sunni
B. Sharia
C. Shia
D. Caliph

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4. What perennial problem did China share with Rome?

A. An inability to get foreigners to accept their culture
B. A lack of educated people to serve in government
C. Reliance on a primarily agricultural economy
D. An insecure method of succession for leaders

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5. What major problem did the Roman Empire face in the mid to late Fourth Century?

A. Lack of education within the empire
B. Weak leadership
C. Poor infrastructure
D. Immigration and invasion

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6. Which of the following is not one of the new thoughts of or about God that were formulated in the Axial Age?

A. Single God
B. Divine God
C. Involved God
D. Many Gods

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7. The Chinese philosopher Xunzi wrote that if a person attempted to cure rheumatism by beating a drum and sacrificing a pig to the gods, then the

A. rheumatism wouldn't get better because proper therapy required playing a flute and sacrificing a chicken.
B. drum would be worn out, and the pig would be gone.
C. rheumatism would be cured.
D. rheumatism would get better, but the person wouldn't be happy.

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8. What did Islamists spread throughout the Old World starting in the eighth century?

A. Disease
B. New crops
C. Metals used to make new weapons
D. Democracy

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9. After its conquest by Alexander the Great, the government of the Persian Empire

A. was maintained more or less intact.
B. became a democracy.
C. was ruled by a traditional Macedonian monarchy.
D. was transformed into a democratic monarchy.

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10. The Emperor Charlemagne spread Christianity among the Saxons by

A. by way of exemplary faith that set an example.
B. excluding pagans from trade and commerce.
C. imposing taxes on those who didn't convert.
D. giving pagans a choice of conversion or death.

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11. The animating principles of Benedict's rules for monks are the quest for salvation and

A. the subordination of willfulness.
B. extremes of self-mortification.
C. knowledge obtained solely through communion with God.
D. the application of personal resistance to God's work.

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12. What religion, which had potentially universal appeal, was created by Gautama Siddhartha in India?

A. Hinduism
B. Zoroastrianism
C. Jainism
D. Buddhism

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13. What geographic feature at times made life difficult for the Moche of South America?

A. Lack of access to the sea
B. Unpredictable rivers
C. Desert
D. Mountains

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14. Which of the following empires rose to have tremendous influence despite having poor resources, a non-strategic location, no precious metals, and poor soil?

A. Chinese
B. Persian
C. Roman
D. Hittite

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15. Legalism was the dominant political philosophy in China during the reign of

A. Han Wudi.
B. Yamatai.
C. Liu Bang.
D. Xiongnu.

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16. A staple food transplanted from Southeast Asia to the Mediterranean world as a result of the Islamic Empire was

A. potatoes.
B. wheat.
C. rice.
D. yams.

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17. Women were able to own property and hold paying jobs in which empire?

A. Persia
B. Rome
C. Greece
D. Asoka's India

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18. What strategy did Buddhist and Christian missionaries employ to spread their faith that Muslims didn't?

A. Forceful conversion of others
B. Conversion of kings and other elite figures
C. Use of artifacts
D. Conversion of merchants

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19. Most sages of the Axial Age took which of the following views of human nature?

A. It's pre-determined.
B. It's essentially good.
C. It's neither good nor bad.
D. It's essentially bad.

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20. Which ruler's conversion to Christianity ensured this religion would be adopted by eastern Slavs and Russians?

A. Vladimir
B. Mieszko
C. Altigin
D. Constantine
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
1 D. developing traditions that would become Hinduism
2 B. belonging only to native Romans.
3 D. Caliph
4 D. An insecure method of succession for leaders
5 B. Weak leadership
6 D. Many Gods
7 B. drum would be worn out, and the pig would be gone.
8 B. New crops
9 A. was maintained more or less intact.
10 D. giving pagans a choice of conversion or death.
11 A. the subordination of willfulness.
12 D. Buddhism
13 C. Desert
14 D. Hittite
15 C. Liu Bang.
16 C. rice.
17 B. Rome
18 A. Forceful conversion of others
19 C. It's neither good nor bad.
20 A. Vladimir

Above are your answers I hope they help. Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Ahh its dumb :/ the questions changed again! :/ Hey how about this, I post up the current questions, and you try to get them asap, and ill just be clicking around on the site, so that it doesnt reset it again? I have a couple more tests after this one, ill be willing to pay u for? sound good? so u give me the go, and stay online, ill post up the questions, n u try to get them asa u can....

Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Sure, go ahead and post the questions under this link and I will respond them as soon as possible. Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
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1. Most sages of the Axial Age took which of the following views of human nature?

A. It's essentially bad.
B. It's neither good nor bad.
C. It's essentially good.
D. It's pre-determined.

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2. Which of the following combinations of food did the Polynesians introduce to the islands they colonized?

A. Sugar cane, chickens, and kava
B. Pigs, taro, and coconuts
C. Sugar cane, pigs, and breadfruit
D. Bananas, breadfruit, and cattle

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3. With the adoption of Christianity by Constantine, the emperor

A. stopped using images of pagan gods.
B. ended pagan rituals and ceremonies.
C. was no longer worshipped as a god.
D. was called God's deputy on Earth.

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4. How did Alfred the Great secure his modern reputation as a state-builder?

A. He was lavishly generous to monks.
B. He forced people to live in militarized colonies.
C. He gave free land and tax breaks to peasants.
D. He encouraged trade through tax incentives to merchants and businessmen.

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5. In forming his government, Asoka recruited what group to serve as bureaucrats?

A. The rising merchant class
B. Traditional Brahman elites
C. The military elite
D. The Buddhist clergy

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6. Which of the following empires rose to have tremendous influence despite having poor resources, a non-strategic location, no precious metals, and poor soil?

A. Persian
B. Hittite
C. Chinese
D. Roman

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7. After its conquest by Alexander the Great, the government of the Persian Empire

A. was transformed into a democratic monarchy.
B. was ruled by a traditional Macedonian monarchy.
C. became a democracy.
D. was maintained more or less intact.

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8. Which ruler's conversion to Christianity ensured this religion would be adopted by eastern Slavs and Russians?

A. Mieszko
B. Altigin
C. Constantine
D. Vladimir

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9. What perennial problem did China share with Rome?

A. An inability to get foreigners to accept their culture
B. A lack of educated people to serve in government
C. Reliance on a primarily agricultural economy
D. An insecure method of succession for leaders

----------

10. What strategy did Buddhist and Christian missionaries employ to spread their faith that Muslims didn't?

A. Conversion of kings and other elite figures
B. Use of artifacts
C. Conversion of merchants
D. Forceful conversion of others

----------

11. What major problem did the Roman Empire face in the mid to late Fourth Century?

A. Weak leadership
B. Lack of education within the empire
C. Immigration and invasion
D. Poor infrastructure

----------

12. What title was given to the supreme Islamic authority, the successor of the prophet?

A. Shia
B. Caliph
C. Sharia
D. Sunni

----------

13. A staple food transplanted from Southeast Asia to the Mediterranean world as a result of the Islamic Empire was

A. rice.
B. yams.
C. potatoes.
D. wheat.

----------

14. The Emperor Charlemagne spread Christianity among the Saxons by

A. by way of exemplary faith that set an example.
B. giving pagans a choice of conversion or death.
C. excluding pagans from trade and commerce.
D. imposing taxes on those who didn't convert.

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15. The division between Shia and Sunni Muslims originally arose over

A. how Christians and Jews should be treated.
B. an understanding of the nature of Allah.
C. who could be a caliph.
D. how one should pray.

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16. Legalism was the dominant political philosophy in China during the reign of

A. Yamatai.
B. Liu Bang.
C. Xiongnu.
D. Han Wudi.

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17. Which of the following did the Mayans consider to be worthy of recording?

A. Trade records
B. The laws of their society
C. Ceremonial rituals
D. Information about everyday life

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18. Women were able to own property and hold paying jobs in which empire?

A. Persia
B. Asoka's India
C. Rome
D. Greece

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19. In the sixth century, kingdoms in India were

A. adopting Islam as their official religion.
B. undergoing successive waves of conversions to Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam.
C. adopting Buddhism as their official religion.
D. developing traditions that would become Hinduism.

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20. On what basis were the Khmer people able to coalesce into a single large kingdom?

A. Development of its pottery industry
B. Wealth from its trading fleet
C. Exploiting the flooding of the Mekong River
D. Wealth from mining and timber

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Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
1 B. It's neither good nor bad.
2 B. Pigs, taro, and coconuts
3 B. ended pagan rituals and ceremonies.
4 A. He was lavishly generous to monks.
5 B. Traditional Brahman elites
6 B. Hittite
7 D. was maintained more or less intact.
8 D. Vladimir
9 D. An insecure method of succession for leaders
10 D. Forceful conversion of others
11 A. Weak leadership
12 b caliph
13 A. rice.
14 B. giving pagans a choice of conversion or death.
15 C. who could be a caliph.
16 B. Liu Bang.
17 C. Ceremonial rituals
18 C. Rome
19 D. developing traditions that would become Hinduism.
20 C. Exploiting the flooding of the Mekong River

Above are your answers. I hope they help. Thanks
Kathy, Teacher
Category: Homework
Satisfied Customers: 3095
Experience: Elementary teacher for 16 years Bilingual Spanish English and with a Psychology Masters
Kathy and 7 other Homework Specialists are ready to help you
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Dang! :/ got a 65% :/ Failed the test...it will let me retake it in a couple days :/ ill accept cause u had to do it twice, thanks, XXXXX XXXXX :/
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Did they tell you which questions were incorrect? Is the World a Brief History the book being used? Could you please tell me, so sorry to hear that.
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Please let me know if that is the book. I will review my answers against the book and provide you with the page numbers for the answers. How much time do they give you to answer the test? Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
1. B Incorrect PAGE 135
2. B Correct
3. B Incorrect PAGE 217
4. A Correct
5. B Incorrect PAGE 168
6. B Incorrect PAGE 162
7. D Correct
8. D Correct
9. D Correct
10. D Incorrect PAGE 216
11. A Incorrect PAGE 185
12. B Correct
13. A Correct
14. B Correct
15. C Correct
16. B Correct
17. C Correct
18. C Incorrect PAGE 159-60
19. D Correct
20. C Correct

amd yes it is from that book.
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Not good at all, I will complete these questions for you according to the textbook, strange the book is really hard to read. I will post the answers in an attached document in case you get the same questions again. Since you accepted the question, would you like to take the next test or you need to wait two days? Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
yeh rly is! :/ that why i asked for help! haha but ok that sounds good! thanks....and yes i would like to take the next one...ummm, how about this. if it passed i will accept it, if not, i cant cause its 15 bucks for me every time..kk?
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
That is the idea that you pay when you pass. Go ahead and open the next text. I will wait. Please let me know how much time do you have to answer the text that way I will have more time to research if necessary. Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
oh ok :/ woops then...haha and ok, it all just depends on how often i keep clicking on the site...so ill keep clicking for about 30 mins max 45...so try to keep it in that time frame...ok here are the questions:
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
no questions came in please
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
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1. In his famous sermon of 1095, Pope Urban II saw Christian Europe as

A. a military and economic powerhouse that had always been on the rise.
B. being evenly divided among Europe, Africa, and Asia.
C. comprising all of Europe, which he thought took up much of the world.
D. only a small part of Europe and an even smaller part of the larger world.

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2. The Khmer city of Angkor was laid out to evoke

A. the rhythms of the seasons and of the natural world.
B. the greatness of the Khmer regime.
C. the power of the new Muslim ruler of the Khmer people.
D. ideas of the divine design of the world.

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3. Which pope wanted Christians to unite to redress what he saw as an imbalance of power between Christianity and Islam?

A. Pope Benedict
B. Pope Clement VI
C. Pope Urban II
D. Pope John Paul

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4. Which group forced the Chinese to acknowledge their claim to the mandate of heaven and sign a treaty in 1127 C.E.?

A. Jurchen
B. Xia
C. Khitans
D. Liao

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5. Who was responsible for the rehabilitation of Sufism in the twelfh century?

A. Al-Ghazali
B. Al-Hallaj
C. Al-Andalus
D. Gilani

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6. Within the Islamic Empire, the Turkic people

A. were educated people who administered the realm.
B. were mainly concerned with trade and commerce.
C. were completely integrated into the Arabic world.
D. acted as a powerful military shield.

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7. In what region did merchants consider themselves equal to warriors?

A. Yucatan
B. Mississippi
C. Rajasthan
D. Ethiopia

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8. A zimbabwe was a

A. band of warriors.
B. tribal leader.
C. trade route though the desert.
D. fortified administration center.

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9. One of the benefits that the Mongols brought to Russian lands was

A. defense against German adventurers.
B. new farming technologies.
C. lower taxes.
D. the introduction of paper currency.

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10. The majority of the wealth of the Byzantine Empire was based on

A. the productivity of the peasantry and trade.
B. tribute from neighboring states.
C. private commercial ventures.
D. military conquest of new territories.

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11. What were the basic movements that lay behind the development of the crusades in Western Christendom?

A. Exploration of new worlds and chivalry
B. Chivalry and commerce
C. Pilgrimage and holy war
D. Commerce and pilgrimage

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12. What directly led to internal expansion and new economic activity in Western Europe from the eleventh to the fourteenth century?

A. New and extreme technological achievements
B. Population reduction
C. Decline in religious activity
D. Competition among rival states

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13. What was the most effective remedy for plague?

A. Abstaining from eating certain foods
B. Armenian clay
C. Quarantine
D. Snake venom

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14. A group of northern European port cities organized themselves into what came to be called the

A. League of Lubeck.
B. Hanseatic League.
C. Commercial League of North Europe.
D. Knights Templar.

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15. The most important outcome of the Mongol peace was the

A. spread of Western ideas to the East.
B. spread of Islam.
C. establishment of a stable, coherent government across Eurasia.
D. transfer of goods and technology from the East to the West.

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16. How did powerful families of Japan like the Fujiwara legitimate their power at court?

A. Through the support of Buddhist monks
B. Through military victories over enemies like the Taira
C. By gaining more wealth than others
D. By marrying their daughters into the imperial family

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17. Which of the following practices did the Ottomans use to strengthen their state?

A. The practice of religions other than Islam was forbidden.
B. Missionaries were sent to remote areas to generate wealth.
C. Gifts were given to those who converted to Islam.
D. Christian children were enslaved and trained as mercenaries.

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18. In what regions did Latin Christendom expand during the period of the early Mongol expansion?

A. Britain and Spain
B. Prussia and North Africa
C. The Middle East and Spain
D. Finland and Estonia

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19. What common problem did people in the American Southwest and the Norse of Greenland both face?

A. Disease
B. Isolation from other civilizations
C. Ecological disasters
D. Lack of food

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20. In the eleventh and twelfth centuries, the Song Dynasty had all of the following characteristics except

A. an environment favorable to the arts.
B. increasing food production.
C. a booming economy.
D. equal status for men and women.

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Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
1D. only a small part of Europe and an even smaller part of the larger world.
2 D. ideas of the divine design of the world.
3 B. Pope Clement VI
4 A. Jurchen
5 A. Al-Ghazali
6 C. were completely integrated into the Arabic world.
7 C. Rajasthan
8D. fortified administration center.
9 A. defense against German adventurers.
10 A. the productivity of the peasantry and trade.
11 C. Pilgrimage and holy war
12 A. New and extreme technological achievements

13 C. Quarantine
14 B. Hanseatic League.
15 D. transfer of goods and technology from the East to the West.
16 D. By marrying their daughters into the imperial family
17 D. Christian children were enslaved and trained as mercenaries
18 C. The Middle East and Spain
19 B. Isolation from other civilizations
20 B. increasing food production.
Kathy, Teacher
Category: Homework
Satisfied Customers: 3095
Experience: Elementary teacher for 16 years Bilingual Spanish English and with a Psychology Masters
Kathy and 7 other Homework Specialists are ready to help you
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Please let me know how it goes? Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
alright i got a 75%! awesome! hahahaha, u dnt usually c ppl happy about that...hehe...but yeh heres what was wrong:


1. D Correct
2. D Correct
3. B C PAGE 278
4. A Correct
5. A Correct
6. C D PAGE 288
7. C Correct
8. D Correct
9. A Correct
10. A Correct
11. C Correct
12. A D PAGE 278-80
13. C Correct
14. B Correct
15. D Correct
16. D Correct
17. D Correct
18. C D PAGE 333
19. B Correct
20. B D PAGE 306-308

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Btw, you wanna do another one?
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Sure go ahead. Thanks for the accept.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
yeh np! thanks for the fast replies! Please try and make sure this one pass's also! thanks!


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1. One of the most effective forms of resistance that slaves employed against their masters was

A. not having children.
B. working slowly.
C. earning money to buy their freedom.
D. open rebellion.

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2. The Dutch and the French succeeded in overtaking Arabia in the production of

A. coffee.
B. pepper.
C. silk.
D. cloves.

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3. The Manchu imposed their own culture on the Chinese after the establishment of the Qing dynasty in 1644 by making

A. Manchu culture predominant throughout China.
B. the Chinese shave their hair.
C. all Chinese dress in the Manchu fashion.
D. their language the official language of China.

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4. The Americas didn't provide Europeans with added

A. labor.
B. land.
C. technological skill.
D. natural resources.

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5. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Japan was the world's leading producer of

A. silver.
B. pepper.
C. rhubarb.
D. porcelain.

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6. The Treaty of Westphalia of 1648

A. came close to establishing the power of the Roman Church in England.
B. ended civil wars throughout Europe.
C. ended the wars of religion through a policy of tolerance.
D. gave rulers the right to impose their religion upon their subjects.

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7. Religious reform in Mongolia under Altan Khan was guided by

A. Muslim scholars.
B. Jesuits.
C. Tibetan Buddhists.
D. Hindu priests.

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8. By 1800, the number of African slaves that had been imported to the Americas was about _______ million.

A. 6
B. 4
C. 7.5
D. 2.5

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9. One critical factor in the rapid success of the Spanish in conquering the Aztecs and the Inca that has been overlooked is the role of

A. disease.
B. superior Spanish technology.
C. native resentment against the Aztec and the Inca.
D. native belief in the idea that the Spaniards were gods.

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10. What practice was key to the success of the Mughals in ruling over India?

A. An emphasis on peaceful relations between states
B. High taxation and public spending
C. Low taxation and a reliance on self-initiative
D. Moderate taxes and public spending

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11. Probably the most lasting contribution of Napoleon's rule was

A. abolishing the aristocracy and subordinating the church to the state.
B. redrawing the map of Europe.
C. his understanding of the role of the military.
D. his legal code.

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12. The major contribution of the French philosopher Rene Descartes was in the realm of

A. chemistry.
B. astronomy.
C. physics.
D. epistemology.

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13. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the major reason for the high death rate among Native Americans from disease was

A. warfare.
B. overwork.
C. lack of immunities.
D. malnutrition.

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14. For most people, the religious revival of the eighteenth century focused on

A. feelings and enthusiasm.
B. a scientific and reasoned approach to faith.
C. returning to organized religions that had successfully dealt with public corruption.
D. individual study of the scriptures.

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15. Which of the following best explains the lack of cholera outbreaks in Japan?

A. Their tradition of tea drinking
B. Their culture of strict personal hygiene
C. Early introduction of sewage treatment plants
D. Their use of human waste as fertilizer

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16. Although Chinese emperors were theoretically unlimited in their authority, during the reign of the emperor Zhengde his administration

A. deposed him.
B. insisted that he go on a military campaign.
C. went on strike.
D. joined a violent rebellion against him.

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17. One of the main reasons that the British developed a massive trade in opium with China was

A. to correct a long-term trade deficit.
B. to create millions of addicts and weaken the country.
C. to force the Chinese to open diplomatic and trade negotiations.
D. because opium couldn't be sold in Europe.

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18. The vast majority of slaves shipped from Western Africa went to XXXXX
B. British North America.
C. Spanish America.
D. China.

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19. The most important factor in the British conquest of India during the eighteenth century was the

A. willingness of the British government to pay for an invasion.
B. addiction of millions of Indians to opium.
C. political disunity in India.
D. superiority of British machine guns.

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20. Which social class suffered most during the early Tokugawa period?

A. Samurai
B. Daimyo
C. Peasants
D. Merchants

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Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
1 A. not having children.
2 A. coffee.
3 B. the Chinese shave their hair.
4 C. technological skill.
5 A. silver.
6 D. gave rulers the right to impose their religion upon their subjects.
7 C. Tibetan Buddhists.
8 C. 7.5
9 A. disease.
10 B. High taxation and public spending
11 D. his legal code
12 D. epistemology.
13 C. lack of immunities.
14 A. feelings and enthusiasm.
15 D. Their use of human waste as fertilizer
16 C. went on strike.
17 A. to correct a long-term trade deficit.
18 C. Spanish America.
19 C. political disunity in India.
20 A. Samurai

Above are the answers, please let me know how it goes. And as I offered I will complete the incorrect questions and post them for you to take the next exam in a couple of days. Thanks
Kathy, Teacher
Category: Homework
Satisfied Customers: 3095
Experience: Elementary teacher for 16 years Bilingual Spanish English and with a Psychology Masters
Kathy and 7 other Homework Specialists are ready to help you
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
WOW THIS IS AWESOME! 95!!!

1. A Correct
2. A Correct
3. B Correct
4. C Correct
5. A Correct
6. D Correct
7. C Correct
8. C Correct
9. A C PAGE 428
10. B Correct
11. D Correct
12. D Correct
13. C Correct
14. A Correct
15. D Correct
16. C Correct
17. A Correct
18. C Correct
19. C Correct
20. A Correct

Thankyou! there is only one more left that i could take...u up for it, or did u have enough? haha
Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
Sure go ahead. Post the answers. Thanks
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
haha kkk here they are:

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1. The term quantum mechanics refers to the study of

A. cosmology.
B. astronomy.
C. molecular chemistry.
D. subatomic particles.

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2. The Marshall Plan offered assistance

A. in creating a military alliance against the Soviet Union.
B. that helped split the countries of the Soviet bloc.
C. for the recovery of Western Europe.
D. aimed at creating nuclear capabilities in Britain and France.

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3. Most of those who fear globalization worry that it will lead to

A. a plural world.
B. cultural diversity.
C. Americanization.
D. a new Europeanization of the globe.

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4. For the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham, social institutions should be evaluated on the basis of their

A. imposing minimal intrusions into citizens' lives.
B. ability to provide services at the lowest cost.
C. concern for the rights of the individual over social utility.
D. success in providing the greatest good to the greatest number.

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5. An important social development in 1870s Japan was the

A. refusal of the gentry to hold civil-service positions.
B. abolition of the military draft.
C. abolition of samurai privileges.
D. rise of the warrior caste.

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6. A primary cause for the development of time standards for the entire globe was

A. the railroads.
B. European imperial domination.
C. the telegraph.
D. a desire for uniformity.

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7. The Helsinki Agreement of 1975 pledged its signers to recognize

A. democracy as the best political ideology.
B. the need for nuclear disarmament.
C. a respect for human rights.
D. capitalism as the best economic system.

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8. The single event that was most critical in encouraging regimentation and collectivism in Western countries was

A. World War II.
B. the First World War.
C. the Russian Revolution.
D. the Great Depression.

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9. According to the work of anthropologist Franz Boas,

A. some societies and peoples are more evolved than others.
B. the concept of cultural relativism is wrong.
C. people of different cultures think differently due to their diet.
D. no race is superior to any other in brain power.

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10. Freud's Oedipus complex refers to his belief that

A. all male children wish to supplant their fathers.
B. few children go through all the stages of psychological development.
C. all children desire to take their parents' places.
D. everyone is conscious of his or her inner motivations.

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11. Mao Zedong's successor in China, Deng Xiaoping, began a series of reforms by urging his countrymen to

A. work for a more open and democratic government.
B. collectivize agriculture.
C. get rich.
D. continue the policies of the Cultural Revolution.

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12. The Crimean War was fought by

A. the Ottomans against Russia and Britain.
B. Britain against the Ottomans and the French.
C. Russia against the Ottomans, British, and French.
D. France and Russia against the Ottomans.

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13. Many of Henri Bergson's followers were made hopeful by his writings because he argued that

A. truth isn't that which is real, but that which we choose to believe.
B. we should accept our existence as the only possible foundation for our life choices.
C. we retain the freedom to create a future that differs from the one predicted by scientists.
D. God doesn't exist and everything is permissible.

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14. One of the consequences of rapid urbanization and the creation of enormous cities has been

A. a decrease in the number of manufacturing jobs.
B. a drop in literacy rates.
C. the creation of gangs and criminal organizations.
D. a rise in living standards for the poor.

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15. The Suez Canal, built in 1869 largely by French engineers and French capital, was significant because it

A. connected the Mediterranean with the Persian Gulf.
B. connected the Nile with the Red Sea.
C. gave Egypt an agricultural advantage by putting hundreds of thousands of new acres under cultivation.
D. reduced travel time from Europe to India from months to weeks.

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16. Hydroelectric power requires

A. a large river that can be dammed.
B. significant amounts of sunlight.
C. public enthusiasm.
D. large open spaces with high winds.

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17. Quinine was essential for the expansion of imperial powers because of its

A. value for flavoring and preserving food.
B. value as a base for cosmetics.
C. usefulness in fighting malaria.
D. role as a military weapon.

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18. Which of the following diseases was virtually eradicated through inoculation?

A. Tuberculosis
B. Measles
C. Plague
D. Smallpox

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19. The purpose of Commodore Perry's mission to Japan in 1853 was to

A. create an American colony in Japan.
B. explore and map the Japanese homeland.
C. persuade the Japanese to open their ports to trade.
D. bring the message of Christianity into Japan.

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20. The British argued that the banning of the opium trade by Chinese authorities in 1839 was wrong because it violated

A. Britain's right to do whatever it wanted.
B. freedom of commerce.
C. basic human decency.
D. the rights of individual Chinese to do as they pleased.

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Expert:  Kathy replied 2 years ago.
1 D. subatomic particles.
2 C. for the recovery of Western Europe.
3 C. Americanization.
4D. success in providing the greatest good to the greatest number.
5 C. abolition of samurai privileges.
6 A. the railroads.
7 C. a respect for human rights.
8 A. World War II.
9 D. no race is superior to any other in brain power.
10 A. all male children wish to supplant their fathers.
11 C. get rich.
12 C. Russia against the Ottomans, British, and French.
13 C. we retain the freedom to create a future that differs from the one predicted by scientists.
14 C. the creation of gangs and criminal organizations.
15 D. reduced travel time from Europe to India from months to weeks.
16 A. a large river that can be dammed.
17 C. usefulness in fighting malaria.
18 D. Smallpox
19 C. persuade the Japanese to open their ports to trade.
20 B. freedom of commerce.

Above are the answers. I hope they help, please let me know how it goes. Thanks

Also attached are the answers for the first exam after digging in the book for the answers. Thanks
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
AWESOME!!

1. D Correct
2. C Correct
3. C Correct
4. D Correct
5. C Correct
6. A Correct
7. C Correct
8. A Correct
9. D Correct
10. A Correct
11. C Correct
12. C Correct
13. C Correct
14. C Correct
15. D Correct
16. A Correct
17. C Correct
18. D Correct
19. C Correct
20. B Correct

and checking the mediafire link at the moment....
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
And Sweet! thanks for doing that, umm the highlighted ones, are those the correct ones?
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thats just AweomsE!!! thankyou very much! it has been very pleasant working with you today!
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