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The mongols may have been prevented from conquering Western Europe?
a.the Himalaya
b.the indian Empire
c. Genghis Khan`s death
d. marco polo

began as:
a) three separate kingdoms
b) ten khanates
c) a buddhist mission
d) a yamato colony

In most southeast Asian societies, people were?
merchants
soldiers
monks
rice farmers

As a result of trade,the city of Changan become?
polluted
the wealthiest city in the world
overrun with non-chinese
industrialized

The samurai of japan were a new class of military servants whose purpose was to?
A. PROTECT THE EMPEROR
B. REMAIN EVER VIGILANT AND READY.
C. PROTECT THE SECURITY OF THEIR EMPLOYERS.
D.MAIN LAW AND ORDER THROUGHONT THE LAND.

Muslim rulers in india were tolerant of hindus because?
muslim rulers in india were tolerant of hindus because
a~ the hindu was so similar to that of islam
b ~they found the hindus to be peaceful people
c~they realized there were too many hindus to convert them all
d ~the hindus made the best cooks
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Answers are as follows:

 

The Mongols may have been prevented from conquering Western Europe?

c. Genghis Khan`s death

 

Korea began as

a. three separate kingdoms

 

In most southeast Asian societies, people were?

rice farmers

 

As a result of trade, the city of Changan become?

the wealthiest city in the world

 

The samurai of japan were a new class of military servants whose purpose was to?

a. Protect the Emperor

 

Muslim rulers in India were tolerant of Hindus because?

c. they realized there were too many Hindus to convert them all

 

Hope this helps!

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
hey chris
i have some history for you

1. All of the following are underlying causes of world war 1 except?
A. nationalistic rivalries.
B. spain's ambitions to expand in europe.
C. militarism and influence of miltary leaders.
D. conservative leaders intent to supress internal dissent.

2. the united states entered world war i largely over the issue of
A. Serbian inpendence
B. trench warfare
c. german use of zeppelins
D. unrestricted submarine warfare
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
exam 12
Darwin believed that the central factor to organic evolution was:?
a.natural selection
b.genetic engineering
c.natural production
d.organic selection

The name for the heads of noble Japanese families was:
a:Zedong.
b:Qing.
c:Daimyo.
d:Minh
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Hello, and thanks for the question.

 

1. All of the following are underlying causes of World War 1 except?

B. Spain's ambitions to expand in Europe.

 

2. the United States entered world war i largely over the issue of

D. unrestricted submarine warfare

 

Hope this helps!

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
i can give you several if you have time
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Darwin believed that the central factor to organic evolution was:

a. natural selection

 

The name for the heads of noble Japanese families was:

c. Daimyo.

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
What is A period of low economic activity and rising unemployment called
A. inflationary period
B. economic crisis
C. recession
D. economic depression
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

C. recession

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
two days after hilter invade _______ france and britian declared war on germany, beginning world war2.
A. Slovakia
B. America
C. poland
D. Russia

Whose discovery of radium changed the worlds view of the atom?
a.Albert Einstien
b.Marie Curie
c.Fredrich Von Bernhard
d.Houston Stewart Chamberlain

The___was the name of the legislative assembly created by Czar Nicholas II.?
a. Duma
b. Marxist social soviet party
c. magyar
d. red parliament

What was the result of the 1904 war between Russia and japan?
A. Humiliating defeat of Russia.
B. Russian control of Korea.
C. greater respect for Russia.
D. Japanese immigration to the U.S.
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two days after hilter invade _______ france and britian declared war on germany, beginning world war2.
A. Slovakia
B. America
C. poland
D. Russia

Whose discovery of radium changed the worlds view of the atom?
a.Albert Einstien
b.Marie Curie
c.Fredrich Von Bernhard
d.Houston Stewart Chamberlain

The___was the name of the legislative assembly created by Czar Nicholas II.?
a. Duma
b. Marxist social soviet party
c. magyar
d. red parliament
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
which one of the following is considered a major cause of world war 1.
A. Spain's ambition Europe
B. Japan's attack on russia
C. Growth of nationalism
D. african independence movments

Hitler's political theories were based on all of the following expect:?
a.racism , especially anit-semitism.
b.darwinian social struggle.
c.communism.
d.nationalism.

the united states entered world war i largely over the issue of
A. Serbian independence
B. french warfare
C. german use of Zeppelins
D. unrestricted submarine warfare

In retaliation for an uprising in 1915, the Ottoman Turks massacred over one million
A. Jews.
B. Egyptians.
C. Armenians.
D. Palestinians.
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

Two days after Hitler invaded _______ France and Britain declared war on Germany, beginning world war II.

C. Poland

 

Whose discovery of radium changed the world's view of the atom?

b. Marie Curie

 

The___was the name of the legislative assembly created by Czar Nicholas II.

a. Duma

 

What was the result of the 1904 war between Russia and japan?
A. Humiliating defeat of Russia.

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
The u.s. senator responsible for the anti-Communist movement known as the Red Scare was
A. robert Kennedy
B. earl warren
C. Joseph McCarthy
D. Lech walesa

which u.s. president was in office during the bay of pigs invasion and cuban missile crisis
A. Richard Nixon
B. Jimmy Carter
C. John F. Kennedy
D. Ronald Regan
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

A major cause of world war I.

C. Growth of nationalism

 

Hitler's political theories were based on all of the following expect:

c.Communism.

 

The United States entered world war I largely over the issue of

D. unrestricted submarine warfare

 

In retaliation for an uprising in 1915, the Ottoman Turks massacred over one million

C. Armenians.

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C. Joseph McCarthy (Red Scare)

 

C. John F. Kennedy (Bay of Pigs)

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
By 2002, more than 29 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa lived with the virus that causes:
A. Malaria
B. AIDS
C. Small pox
D. Tuberculosis

Which nation's economic system has been described as "state capitalism"?
A. Japan's
B. Indonesia's
C. Singapore's
D. China's

During the Six-Day War, Israel gained control of all of the following except:
A. The Sinal Peninsula
B. West Bank territory
C. The Gold Heights
D. Iraq


acid rain results from the:

A. mixture of sulfur produced by factories with moisture in the air.
b. hothouse effect
c. buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
D. excessive use of pesticides
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President Carter protested the soviet invasion of Afghanistan by:?
A. Starting an arms race
B. Canceling U.S. participation in the 1980 Olympic Games
C. Importing grain from the USSR
D. Telling the Soviets to fear down the Berlin Wall

world war 1 involved a complete mobilization of resources and people meaning that it was what??
A.modern conflict.
B.trench war
C.total war
D.mobile conflict.

Who led the Spanish military in a revolt against the democratic government
A. franciso franco
B. Richard Blair
C. Fredrich von bernhard
d. benito mussolini
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
The Slaughter of European civilians, particularly european jews, by the nazis became known as the A. cold war b. great atrocity C. holocaust D. blitzrieg
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

By 2002, more than 29 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa lived with the virus that causes:

B. AIDS

 

Which nation's economic system has been described as "state capitalism"?

D. China's

 

During the Six-Day War, Israel gained control of all of the following except:

D. Iraq

 

Acid rain results from the:

A. mixture of sulfur produced by factories with moisture in the air.

 

President Carter protested the soviet invasion of Afghanistan by:

B. Canceling U.S. participation in the 1980 Olympic Games

 

World War I involved a complete mobilization of resources and people meaning that it was what?

C. total war

 

Who led the Spanish military in a revolt against the democratic government

A. Franciso Franco

 

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The Slaughter of European civilians, particularly European Jews, by the Nazis became known as the:

C. holocaust

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Louis Pasteur proposed
A. primitive generator.
B. germ theory of disease.
C. theory of electricity.
D. principle or organic evolution
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
1.To stop further aggressive moves and its worldwide spread of communism the united states in 1947 adopted a policy toward the soviet union of


a appeasment
b gaurenteed protection
c contianment
d economic assistance

2. In the early 1960s the greatest cold war symbol of tension between the democratin west and the soviet communist regime was the:

a berlin wall
b bay of pigs invasion
c brezhnev doctrine
d warsaw pact

3. The -------- was the closest the world has come to a nuclear war which fortunatly was averted and eventually led to the installation of the "hotline" communication system between moscow and washington dc

a soviet invasion of chezchloslyvakia
b cuban missile crisis
c bay of pigs invasion
d berlin airlift

4.Increases in workers' wages, increased credit, built-up demand for postwar goods led to the creation of what some people have called the?
A)socialist state.
B)consumer society.
C)Mall
D)"Good Buy America" program

5. Which statement best explains the formation of the Warsaw pact

A. the communist wanted to duplicate the impact of the Marshall Plan in Eastern Europe
B. The satellite nations were impressed with Soviet productivity after World war 2 and wished to join together as a free trade union
C. after 3 nearly successful land invasions from the west, the Russians wished to create a buffer
D. the Russian Orthodox Chruch controlled much of the territory which it was using to stage an invasion of Islamic nations to the south

6.The Marshall plan was designed to:
A. prevent soviet involvement in Angola.
B. restore the economic stability of Europe nations after world war 11.
C. develop a comprehensive military strategy for the defense of Canada .
D. make western Europe nations stronger than nations under soviet control

7. the council of mutual economic assistance, founded in 1949 was:
A. intended to provide financial support to African nations previously under Asia domination
B. A united Nation initiative to provide books to war-torn nation
C. an effort by the U.S. and Great Britain to rebuild the economy and industry of France
D. the Soviet Union's response to the Marshall Plan.

8. French President Charles DE Gaulle attempted to return France to the
status of a world power by:
A. investing
B. entering a new series of alliances with African countries.
C investing heavily in nuclear weapons.
D. petitioning for financial aid from the United Nations
relief fund

9. To end the Cold War, President Reagan did all the following except: A. Provide aid to Afghan rebels
b. call the Soviets an " evil empire."
c. begin a military build-up
D. sign the Brezhnev Doctrine

10. Soon after implementing perestroika or economic reform, Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev realized that it would not succeed without:
A. A Five Year Plan
B. Clamping down on open public discussions
C. Political reform
D. Destorying the United States

11.President Carter protested the soviet invasion of Afghanistan by:
A. Starting an arms race
B. Canceling U.S. participation in the 1980 Olympic Games
C. Importing grain from the USSR
D. Telling the Soviets to fear down the Berlin Wall

12.The end of the Cold War was heralded by which of the following events?
A. Gorbachev's appointment to the office of Soviet prsident
B. The beginning of glasnost in the soviet Union
C. Reunification of Germany on October 3, 1990
D. Dissolutionof the soviet union in 1991

13. The economic policies of the Thatcher government in the 1980s included all of the following except:
A. Attempted cutbacks in spending on social welfare
B. Restrictions on union power
C. Preserving local property taxes
D. Control on inflation

14. In the 1960s, as television spread around the world, U.S. TV programs
A. Became less popular
B. Became popular in Europe and in non- Western nations
C. Were replaced by European shows
D. Got longer and had fewer commercials

15.The North America Free Trade Agreement sought to:
A. Improve trade relations among Canada, the U.S. and Germany
B. Establish cooperative trade guidelines amoung Canada, the U.S. and Mexico
C. Reduce unemployment in the U.S. Mexico and El Salvador
D. Increase the sharing of technolgy between American and Canadian companies

16. .Russian President Vladimir Putin used military force to suppress a rebellion in the states of:
A. Belarus
B. Chechnya
C. Moldavia
D. Latvia

17. During the 1980s, many Latin American governments came to believe all of the following EXCEPT that
A. Latin American governments controlled too many industries.
B. peasants should grow more food for home consumption.
c. industrialization had been too rapid.
D. increasing their debt would help Latin American economies

18. Latin America's economic problems were made worse by
A. dramatic declines in population.
B. dramatic increases in population.
C. no growth in the middle class.
D. dramatic growth of the large middle class

19. All of the following were results of Mexico's foreign debt crisis except the:
A. privatization of government owned company
B. dissatisfaction with the PRI
C. election of Vincente Fox as president
D. creation of the Institutional Revolutionary Party

20.relation between cuba and the united states deteriorated when: a. the castro regime received aid from the soviet union.
b. cuba pulled its team out the international baseball league.
c. jose duarte was elected presiddent of cuba.
d. the sandinistas won the presidential election and replaced castro.

21. To direct their citizens' attention away from economic problems in 1982, the Argentine military regime:
A. accepted across-the-board paycuts
B. invaded the Falkland Islands
C. restored Juan Person to power
D. transferred power to Great Britain

22.In 1987, brazil's runaway inflation rate hit
A.8 percent
B.80 percent
C. 800 percent
D.8,000 percent

23. Working-class people supported Juan Perón because he
A. ended social reforms and a national health care program.
B.encouraged the growth of labor unions and increased job benefits.
C. turned landed estates into peasant-led cooperative farms.
D. increased the tax burden of the wealthy upper class.

24.Which of the following latin american nations has suffered in stability due to international drug trade?
a. ecuador
b. belize
c. honduras
c. columbia

25.which u.s. president was in office during the bay of pigs invasion and cuban missile crisis
A. Richard Nixon
B. Jimmy Carter
C. John F. Kennedy
D. Ronald Regan
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
world history
exam 10

1.economic prosperity has been hindered in many african nations by all of the following except:
a. overdepenence on a single crop or natural resource by many countries.
b. high population growth.
c. spending on industrial infrastructure.
d. widespread droyght and resulting hunger and starvation

2. Many African nations today including widely divergent ethinic, linguistic, and territorial groups because:
A. Most national boundaries had been arbitrarily drawn by colonial powers
B. Most African cultures traditionally embrace multiculturalism
C. Leaders want to keep their nations ethnically diverse
D. Communist reform reforms have engineered vast resettlement programs

3. Which of the following was not a result of the U.N. resolution dividing Palestine?
A. Many Palestinians fled to neighboring Arab states
B. Some Palestinians came under Isaeli rule
C. Many Palestinian people were forced to live in refugee camps
D. The Issue of a Palestinian homeland was finally settled

4. In 1956, Egyptian colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser:
A. Seized the Suez Canal Company from Britain and France
B. Resisting the idea of an Arab union
C. Returned the Suez Canal to the United States
D. Gave control of the Suez Canal to the Soviet Union

5.During the Six-Day War, Israel gained control of all of the following except:
A. The Sinal Peninsula
B. West Bank territory
C. The Gold Heights
D. Iraq

6. Most leader of the newly independent African nations came from the:
A. Church
B. Industrial working class
C. Peasant farming class
D. Urban middle class

7. Pan-Africanism promotes the view that all:
A. African nations should share a common currency
B. Black African share a common identity
C. African nations should enter a common treaty alliance
D. Africa should be one nation

8. Muslim leaders like the Ayatolia Khomeini opposed the Shah of Iran because they:
A. Disapproved of his open posture towards Israel
B. Were members of a different ethnic group than the Shah
C. Believed the economy of Iran should not depend so heavily on oil production
D. Felt the Shah promoted a culture of greed and materialism

9.done!

10. The Korean War Involved all of the following except:
A. Chinese support for North Korea
B. Russian support for North Korea
C. Attempts to restore Japanese control of Korea
D. U.N. forces led by the United States Invading North Korea

11. Under Nehru, all of the following occured except:
A. The state took ownership of major industries
B. Private enterprise was allowed at the local level
C. Industrial production dropped 300% between 1950 and 1965
D. Farmland remained in private hands

12.The 1954 peace settlement in Vienam resulted in all of the following except:
A. Direct control of Vietnam by the United Nations
B. Division of Vietnam into parts: Communist North and non-Communist South
C. Agreement to hold national elections within two years
D. Agreement to reunite the country under a single post-election government

13.. In 1945, Ho Chi Minh was elected president of:
A. A French colonial mandate in Vietnam
B. A new, provisional, Communist Vietnamese republic in Hanol
C. The new Replublic of Indonesia
D. The new nation of Bangladesh

14. Economists have attributed Japan's postwar economic success to all of the following except.
A. Cultural factors
B. A high skilled labor force
C. Innovative management practices
D. Older, traditional factory methods

15. Astralia and New Zealand have been drawn closer to Asia in recent years by:
A. Immigration and trade
B. Culture and military agreements
C. Common heritages and histories
D. Fear of communism

16. The Four Modernizations policy advocated by Deng Xiaoping focused on developments in which four areas?
A. Politics, industry, agriculture, and technology
B. Industry, agriculture, technology, and defense
C. Industry, agriculture, politics, and art
D. Mass media, agriculture, politics, and defense

17. Which nation's economic system has been described as "state capitalism"?
A. Japan's
B. Indonesia's
C. Singapore's
D. China's

18. The world's poor nations, sometimes called developing countries, are located mainly in:
A. North America
B. The Southern Hemisphere
C. The Northern Hemisphere
D. The Western Hemisphere

19. Global approaches to political problemshave been hindered by all of the following except:
A. Political and ethnic disputes
B. Religious differences
C. National sentiment
D. International social movements

20. The Green Revolution, in worldwide agriculture, has been associated with all of the following outcomes except:
a. lower usage of chemical fertilizers
b. new, high yield strains of corn, rice and other grains
c. technological solutions to hunger
d. vulnerability of high-yield crops to insects

21.International peacekeeping forces used to help settle disputed and conflicts are usually drawn from
A. neutral states.
B. factions whithin the ranks of the combatants.
C. the largest side in a conflict.
D. the weakest side in a conflict

22. Even though tropical rainforests cover only 6 percent of the earth's surface, they support what percentage of the world's plant and animal species?
A. 25%
B. 35%
C. 50%
D. 80%

23.done!

24.In 1986 a nuclear explosion released radiation that killed hundreds of people in and around
A. rio de janeiro
b. sao paulo
c. chernobly
d. bhopal

25. in 1995, an international organization was established to deal with the rules of trade between countries. the name of the organization is
A. the NGO
B. unicef
C. unesco
D. the WTO
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
midterm

theres only i few i have questions on.


1. The first christian roman emperor was Constantine. true or false

2.What is the most important of the seven loyal codes by Napoleon
A. Religious laws
B. Religious codes
C. Civil code
D. Civil laws

3. The rule of a Mongol state based in Samarkand was:
A. Genghis Kahn
B. Dandin
C. Timur Leak
D. Aryabhata

8.Spartacus was responsible for which of the following:
A. A slaves revolt
B. Winning chariot races
C. Beginning slave trades
D. All of the above

10.Theories about why the roman empire declined include all of the following except..?
A. tidal wave..
B. corrupt leaders
C. slave revolt.
D. christianity

13. Which of the following may have been the reason why the Mongols never conquered Western Europe?
A. The plaque killed most of the Mongols
B. Mongol soldiers were too weak
C. The death of Genghis Khan
D. All of the above

16. Islam's Holy Scipture is known as the:
A. Kaaba
B. Khadaji
C. Quran
D. Makkah

17. Who was responsible for expanding the power of the royal court?
A. John 1
B. Hugh Caplet
C. Philip 2
D. Henry 2
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.
1.Economic prosperity has been hindered in many african nations by all of the following except:
a. overdependence on a single crop or natural resource by many countries.
b. high population growth.
c. spending on industrial infrastructure.
d. widespread drought and resulting hunger and starvation

2. Many African nations today including widely divergent ethnic, linguistic, and territorial groups because:
A. Most national boundaries had been arbitrarily drawn by colonial powers
B. Most African cultures traditionally embrace multiculturalism
C. Leaders want to keep their nations ethnically diverse
D. Communist reform reforms have engineered vast resettlement programs

3. Which of the following was not a result of the U.N. resolution dividing Palestine?
A. Many Palestinians fled to neighboring Arab states
B. Some Palestinians came under Israeli rule
C. Many Palestinian people were forced to live in refugee camps
D. The Issue of a Palestinian homeland was finally settled

4. In 1956, Egyptian colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser:
A. Seized the Suez Canal Company from Britain and France
B. Resisting the idea of an Arab union
C. Returned the Suez Canal to the United States
D. Gave control of the Suez Canal to the Soviet Union

5.During the Six-Day War, Israel gained control of all of the following except:
A. The Sinal Peninsula
B. West Bank territory
C. The Gold Heights
D. Iraq

6. Most leaders of the newly independent African nations came from the:
A. Church
B. Industrial working class
C. Peasant farming class
D. Urban middle class

7. Pan-Africanism promotes the view that all:
A. African nations should share a common currency
B. Black African share a common identity
C. African nations should enter a common treaty alliance
D. Africa should be one nation

8. Muslim leaders like the Ayatolia Khomeini opposed the Shah of Iran because they:
A. Disapproved of his open posture towards Israel
B. Were members of a different ethnic group than the Shah
C. Believed the economy of Iran should not depend so heavily on oil production
D. Felt the Shah promoted a culture of greed and materialism

9.done!

10. The Korean War Involved all of the following except:
A. Chinese support for North Korea
B. Russian support for North Korea
C. Attempts to restore Japanese control of Korea
D. U.N. forces led by the United States Invading North Korea

11. Under Nehru, all of the following occurred except:
A. The state took ownership of major industries
B. Private enterprise was allowed at the local level
C. Industrial production dropped 300% between 1950 and 1965
D. Farmland remained in private hands

12.The 1954 peace settlement in Vietnam resulted in all of the following except:
A. Direct control of Vietnam by the United Nations
B. Division of Vietnam into parts: Communist North and non-Communist South
C. Agreement to hold national elections within two years
D. Agreement to reunite the country under a single post-election government

13.. In 1945, Ho Chi Minh was elected president of:
A. A French colonial mandate in Vietnam
B. A new, provisional, Communist Vietnamese republic in Hanoi
C. The new Republic of Indonesia
D. The new nation of Bangladesh

14. Economists have attributed Japan's postwar economic success to all of the following except.
A. Cultural factors
B. A high skilled labor force
C. Innovative management practices
D. Older, traditional factory methods

15. Australia and New Zealand have been drawn closer to Asia in recent years by:
A. Immigration and trade
B. Culture and military agreements
C. Common heritages and histories
D. Fear of communism

16. The Four Modernizations policy advocated by Deng Xiaoping focused on developments in which four areas?
A. Politics, industry, agriculture, and technology
B. Industry, agriculture, technology, and defense
C. Industry, agriculture, politics, and art
D. Mass media, agriculture, politics, and defense

17. Which nation's economic system has been described as "state capitalism"?
A. Japan's
B. Indonesia's
C. Singapore's
D. China's

18. The world's poor nations, sometimes called developing countries, are located mainly in:
A. North America
B. The Southern Hemisphere
C. The Northern Hemisphere
D. The Western Hemisphere

19. Global approaches to political problems have been hindered by all of the following except:
A. Political and ethnic disputes
B. Religious differences
C. National sentiment
D. International social movements

20. The Green Revolution, in worldwide agriculture, has been associated with all of the following outcomes except:
a. lower usage of chemical fertilizers
b. new, high yield strains of corn, rice and other grains
c. technological solutions to hunger
d. vulnerability of high-yield crops to insects

21.International peacekeeping forces used to help settle disputed and conflicts are usually drawn from
A. neutral states.
B. factions within the ranks of the combatants.
C. the largest side in a conflict.
D. the weakest side in a conflict

22. Even though tropical rain forests cover only 6 percent of the earth's surface, they support what percentage of the world's plant and animal species?
A. 25%
B. 35%
C. 50%
D. 80%

23.done!

24.In 1986 a nuclear explosion released radiation that killed hundreds of people in and around
A. rio de Janeiro
b. sao Paulo
c. Chernobyl
d. bhopal

25. in 1995, an international organization was established to deal with the rules of trade between countries. the name of the organization is
A. the NGO
B. unicef
C. unesco
D. the WTO
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Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

1. The first Christian roman emperor was Constantine. true or false

2.What is the most important of the seven loyal codes by Napoleon
A. Religious laws
B. Religious codes
C. Civil code
D. Civil laws

3. The rule of a Mongol state based in Samarkand was:
A. Genghis Kahn
B. Dandin
C. Timur Leak
D. Aryabhata

8.Spartacus was responsible for which of the following:
A. A slaves' revolt
B. Winning chariot races
C. Beginning slave trades
D. All of the above

10.Theories about why the roman empire declined include all of the following except..?
A. tidal wave

B. corrupt leaders
C. slave revolt.
D. Christianity

13. Which of the following may have been the reason why the Mongols never conquered Western Europe?
A. The plaque killed most of the Mongols
B. Mongol soldiers were too weak
C. The death of Genghis Khan
D. All of the above

16. Islam's Holy Scripture is known as the:
A. Kaaba
B. Khadaji
C. Quran
D. Makkah

17. Who was responsible for expanding the power of the royal court?
A. John 1
B. Hugh Caplet
C. Philip 2
D. Henry 2

 

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
thank you.
do you have time to do the one above that starts with


1.To stop further aggressive moves and its worldwide spread of communism the united states in 1947 adopted a policy toward the soviet union of


a appeasment
b gaurenteed protection
c contianment
d economic assistance




theres 25 of them i just reposted the 1st question so you know what ones
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.

What is your deadline for that exam?

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
2day
Expert:  Chris M. replied 2 years ago.
Okay, I have another exam to finish and then I'll start on this one. Check back in a couple of hours.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
ok
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