5 hours or so no they are not the first 2 questions , the first is
1. Australian vegetation is dominated by various species of acacia andA. cacti.B. eucalyptus.C. marsupials.D. ores.
2. Which of the following is true of the Antarctic Treaty System?A. It provides the de facto governance of the continent.B. It was established specifically to enforce ecological regulations.C. It's actually the Society for the Geographic Exploration of Antarctica.D. It bans commercial mining in Antarctica.
3. With respect to global connections, association with _______ offers the brightest immediate future formany African countries.A. ChinaB. IndiaC. the United States.D. the European Union.
4. In the context of European colonization, Portugal controlled Mozambique andA. Angola.B. Madagascar.C. Kenya.D. Congo.
5. In the 1970s, the island of Nauru had one of the highest per capita incomes in the Oceania region due toextensive _______ mining.A. nickelB. phosphateC. goldD. copper
6. The lowlands west of Australia's eastern mountain range are drained by the Murray-Darling Riversystem, with its main headwaters in the Great _______ Basin.A. BarrierB. ArtesianC. DarlingD. Dividing
7. What are the "many islands" people also called?A. MelanesiansB. PolynesiansC. MicronesiansD. Aborigines
8. Moving from coastal to interior regions of sub-Saharan Africa, we discover that the dominant physicalgeographicfeature isA. many coastal inlets.B. mountainous terrain.C. ascending plateaus.D. lush rainforest.
9. During the Cold War, the United States supported the military dictatorship inA. Democratic Republic of Congo.B. Ethiopia.C. Mozambique.D. Angola.
10. In Australia, most cattle ranching is found inA. Victoria.B. New South Wales.C. Queensland.D. South Australia.
11. The natural vegetation regions of sub-Saharan AfricaA. only correspond to climatic conditions in areas of West Africa.B. are all characteristic of equatorial latitudes.C. don't correspond closely to climatic regions.D. are heavily impacted by human activity.
12. The zone along the southern margins of the Sahara is called theA. Laterite.B. Veldt.C. Sahel.D. Savannah.
13. The Great _______ Range, running just inland along Australia's eastern coast, is that continent's onlysignificant mountain chain.A. EasternB. BarrierC. DividingD. Australian
14. With respect to Australia's aboriginal peoples, animistic religious beliefs are characterized by _______worship.A. sky-godB. sunC. natureD. ancestor
15. A major objective of the South Pacific Forum founded in 1971 wasA. stopping French nuclear testing in the region.B. expanding the copra trade.C. reconciling diverse cultural heritages.D. identifying and resolving human rights concerns in the region.
16. Sudan is omitted from inclusion in the sub-Saharan region because itA. is politically distinct from other regional countries.B. is linked to Egypt by the Nile.C. doesn't border the Sahara Desert.D. contains most of the evidence of humanity's African origins.
17. When Australia became the federated Commonwealth of Australia in 1901, Sydney and Melbournecompeted to be the capital city. A compromise was reached and _______ became the federal capital in1928.A. BrisbaneB. SydneyC. CanberraD. Adelaide
18. Which statement best characterizes animism?A. It combines natural, human, and spiritual forces.B. It's the basis of social status within a tribe.C. It's a religion that maintains the futility of human existence.D. It's composed of irrational superstitions that arise in underdeveloped rural communities.
19. When the Australian economy was based on import-substitution manufacturing,A. expansionist policies were emphasized.
19. When the Australian economy was based on import-substitution manufacturing,A. expansionist policies were emphasized.B. domestic manufacturing was discouraged.C. domestic production assured national prosperity.D. protectionist policies were emphasized.
20. Mensa Musa was the famed emperor ofA. Songhai.B. Ghana.C. Mali.D. Fulani.
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