social studies

  1. the two main classes of aztec society were

  2. Why did Henry VIII come into conflict with the pope? The pope refused to annul Henry's marriage and allow him to remarry.

    Which of the following did the Peace of Augsburg accomplish? It allowed German rulers to choose the religion of their states. Why was

  3. What features are associated with the dynasties of the Tang (618–907) and Song (960–1279)?

  4. 1.) What influence did Henry Ford have on other industries of the time?

    A. His keenness for advertising began a marketing revolution? **** B. His creation of the automobile engine directly led to first flight. C. His production of passenger automobiles

  5. describe how oral traditions, proverbs, and music are key features of africa's cultural legacy. PLEASE HELP ME ANSWER THAT QUESTION!!

  6. 1.How did humanism affect the Enlightenment?

    A. It led people to return to traditional religious beliefs. B. It led people to turn away from scientific explanations of events. C. It led people to apply logic and reason to understand the world. D. It led to

  7. The state in which a person's ability to function mentally of physically is impaired is called

  8. Which elements of Chinese culture spread throughout the world?

  9. Which statement MOST accurately represents the Kingdom of Silla?

    A. The Silla were economically and culturally advanced. B. The Silla's powerful military helped to defeat the Mongols in China. C. The Silla adapted a government similar to the Japanese feudal

  10. what did the white southerners think the goal was all the northerners who moved south during reconstruction

  11. 1. Drag and drop the events to arrange them from the event that occured first to the event that occured last.

    3.Colonial leaders sign the Declaration of Independence. 2.British soldiers and American colonists clash in Massachusetts. 1.The members of the

  12. How did the Songhai Empire strengthen Islam? for 6th grade

  13. Which of the following is a likely reason that someone today might decide to move from a city in the Midwest to the South?

    1. A. the decline of manufacturing in the Midwest B. the many high tech jobs available in the South----- C. urban overcrowding in the

  14. What was the main way Charles V and Philip II maintained Spanish power in Europe?

    A. by making treaties with neighboring countries B. by avoiding involvement in other countries' affairs C. by waging war against their enemies D. by creating an alliance with

  15. 1. How did agriculture change the lives of early South American people?

    A. People competed over crops. B. People no longer needed to hunt. C. People became nomadic. D. People began to settle in one place.********* 2. Which of the following is an example of

  16. Which of the following factors helped trade to thrive during the Roman empire? Select the three correct answers.

    A. peace throughout the empire===== B. a shared religion throughout the empire C. a language similar to that of trading partner nations D. naval

  17. How have people in North Africa modified the environment to make it more suitable for farming?

    A. They have constructed terraces on mountainsides to create more farmland. B. They have used slash-and-burn agriculture to enrich the soil.******** C. They have

  18. What was the main issue that divided people in South Asia?

    A. whether to seek independence from Britain B. whether to cooperate with Britain during World War II C. religious differences between Hindus and Muslims+++++++ D. religious differences between

  19. 1.

    Drag each idea to the thinker that would agree with it the most. Ideas can be used once or not at all. The best way for a nation to increase wealth is to remove all barriers to trade. added to The power to rule a country is given by God alone, and the

  20. What is the significance of Siddhartha Gautama to Buddhism?

    A. An important Hindu, he taught that self-denial is the best spiritual path. B. An important Indian king, he supported the spread of Buddhism. C. Known as a missionary, he spread Buddhism to Japan

  21. 1 Which civilization is known for building large stone heads?

    A. Olmec B. Aztec C. Maya D. Zapotec 2 Which of the following civilizations is known for having warriors that conquered surrounding lands? A. Olmec B. Aztec C. Maya D. Zapotec 3 Cuba, in contrast

  22. Of the following choices, which best describes the contributions of Orval Faubus?

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  23. Which of the following did Mohandas Gandhi do in his effort to end British colonialism?

    A. He urged Indians to use violence against the British. B. He asked the United States to declare war on the British. C. He encouraged peaceful protests and boycotts

  24. How did culture change during the Yuan dynasty? Select all that apply.

    A. *** The Silk Road reopened and trade was revived. B. *** Foreigners were forbidden to interact with people. C. Merchants were given higher status in society. D. Social order was

  25. How has the climate of Canada affected population distribution in the country?

    A. Most Canadians live in northern Canada, because the southern climate is bad for farming. B. Most Canadians live in southern Canada, because the northern climate is harsh and

  26. What development that occurred under the Guptas is illustrated by this image?

  27. Which does the European Council do in the government of the European Union?

    A.passes laws and adopts budgets B.resolves disputes among members C.ensures legislation is applied fairly D.represents the EU globally A recent challenge to the European Union

  28. Which chapter title best reflects the description of a journey across the Atlantic Ocean, and many others like it, as described in this excerpt?

    a. "A Brief Excursion" b. "Packed Like Cattle" * c. "An Exciting Journey" d. "Views from the Deck" HELLLPPPP

  29. Which of the following Native American cultures built connected stone homes?

    1. A. the Mississippians B. the Ancestral Puebloans--------- C. the Cherokees D. the Hoyanehs 2. Drag and drop the descriptions to the correct box. Each word may be used more than

  30. 1. In which of the following areas is there a large concentration of American Indian and First Nations peoples?

    A. the interior west of the United States and Canada B. the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States and Canada--------- C. the Great

  31. Why was it important for Lincoln to wait to issue the Emancipation Proclamation?

    Based on the photograph, why was the capture of Vicksburg so important for Union forces? In Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, he says “with malice toward none, with

  32. 1) Suppose that people in your community voted to eliminate all taxes. Which of these goods and services would most likely disappear?

    a. grocery store parking lots b. regional military base c. neighborhood trash pickup d. interstate highway maintenance It's

  33. What happened when Cortés and his soldiers first arrived in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán?

    A.The Spanish army became ill with smallpox. B.The Aztec ruler Moctezuma welcomed them as guests at first.*** C.The Aztec army attacked Cortés and his

  34. Which theory do most scientists believe about the first inhabitants of North America?

    A. They walked across the frozen Bering Land Bridge. B. They swam across the Pacific Ocean. C. They sailed across the Atlantic Ocean.---------- D. They walked across the

  35. What was Muhammad's role in establishing and spreading islam?

  36. Why did conflict arise between Henry II and Thomas Becket

  37. state two factors that may cause adolescents to neglect the role in taking care of younger siblings.

  38. Q: Why did the growth of trade and industry weaken feudalism?

    A: Peasants left manors for towns where they could find work. Q: Which of the following is a major reason that Italy was the birthplace of the Renaissance? A: City-states in Italy were centers of

  39. 1)Which of the following is evidence of the influence of Pan-Africanism?

    A. A genocide took place in Rwanda. B. Belgium established a colony in the Congo. C. The white minority adopted apartheid in South Africa. D. Kenyans organized to fight for

  40. What characterized spain's golden age?

    A. Government investment in the arts B. The development of new technology in science and medicine***** C. A reduction in Spanish debt abroad D. Increased public spending on education

  41. Study the image.

    An image of American Indians, Spanish priests, and Spanish settlers is shown. The Spanish priests are in the middle of the picture with a church in the background. American Indians are kneeling in prayer to the left of the priests. Spanish

  42. 1. Use the drop-down menu to complete the sentence.

    A revolution in 1959 led to Cuba becoming A. an independent nation B. a communist dictatorship C. A territory of the united states D. A constitutional democracy 2. Drag the accomplishments to the

  43. how many justices must agree to hear a case on appeal?

    a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

  44. The diagram shows the dimensions of a small container which of the following is the volume of the container

    A.)V=42CM** b.)V=84Cm c.)V=120Cm d.)v=320Cm

  45. According to the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, what must be overcome to end suffering?

  46. what was the effect of the bull moose party’s entrance into the presidential election of 1912?

    a)it split the republican vote and allowed the democrats to win. b)it prevented any of the three parties from winning a majority of electoral votes. c)it split

  47. How did the church try to reshape the code of chivalry?

    A. by supporting military conquest B. by rewarding bravery C. by emphasizing generosity D. by eliminating knighthood

  48. when the Republican party formed what was its primary goal?

  49. Outline two reasons why emotional readiness is necessary for good parenting.

  50. Why do most people in Southeast Asia live near river deltas and on volcanic islands?

    A. because of the abundant rainfall **** B. because of the fertile soil C. because of the isolation from invaders D. because of the mild climate conditions I think it is A

  51. Ancient Rome and Ancinet Greece

    Arts: What contributions or achievements did each civilization make in visual art, science, architecture, literature, theater, and medicine? Religion: What were the common religious practices? What was the government’s role

  52. Which statement best summarizes a major challenge in India’s economy?

  53. Why did the United States become involved in Mexico's civil war? Select all that apply.

    1)Relations had weakened between the United States and the new government. 2)Mexico was unable to end the war without U.S. intervention. 3)The United States provided

  54. how did forced assimilation affect aboriginal children?

  55. Why are French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Romanian sometimes referred to as "Romance Languages"?

    A. They are languages that speak of heroism and love. B. They are languages that originated in ancient Greek. C. They are languages that originated in

  56. What sequence of steps did the Spanish follow to establish colonies in the Americas?


  57. In which of the following industries are the majority of jobs in the United States and Canada found?

    1. A. service------- B. education C. healthcare D. tourism 2. Which role does the government play in the economies of the United States and Canada? A. The

  58. Which region was the center of Moorish culture on the Iberian Peninsula?

    A. Castile-León B. Aragon C. Majorca D. al-Andalus

  59. Describe the governments in Mexico and Central America.

    i think mexico form of government is a democratic form of government, can somebody please just tell me what form of government central america has. ms.sue can you help me

  60. what is the key difference between a federal government and a confederate government?

    A. in a federal government local governments have the most power. In a confederate government a central government has the most power B. In a confederate government local

  61. 1. Which of the following was the greatest short-term effect of Spanish colonization on American Indians?

    A. It sharply decreased their population.----- B. It opened them to European ideas. C. It gave them new crops to grow. D. It led to their disappearance

  62. What is your First Name?

    * What is your Last Name? * Which of the following was a direct result of the English Civil War? * 1 point The signing of the English Bill of Rights. The Overthrow of James II. The signing of the Magna Carta. The Execution of King

  63. What was the primary puporse of the Silk Road?

  64. 9.Look at the cause-and-effect diagram. It illustrates an important process in early European history.

    10.How had the role of monasteries changed by the 1200s?

  65. which of the following was a major factor in the decline of the byzantine empire

    A. the decision to divide the Roman empire into two B. the dispute between the pope and the patriarch of Constantinople C. repeated attacks by Muslim invaders D. the conquests

  66. Drag and drop the type of governmental structure to the right country. Some may be used more than once.

    Australia / New Zealand 1. Lead by a Prime Minister 2. Most government decisions made at a national level 3. Federal structure includes national and

  67. Which of the following best describes the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy?

    A. In a direct democracy, the people make laws. In a representative democracy, they do not. B. In a representative democracy, the people make the

  68. which of the following statements is supported by information in the article? (1)people are better informed about hurricanes than they are about floods.(2) natural hazards can be prevented if people are educated about their occurrence. (3)increaed losses

  69. Which of these were holy Hindu scriptures written by gurus to help connect people to heavenly forces?

  70. Southwest and South Asia Practice

    1. Wahhabism is a branch of Sunni Islam that interprets Islamic scripture literally and Answer: Holds that government should follow Islamic teachings. 2. Oil is important to Iran's economy because Answer: Oil sales are a

  71. Drag the characteristics to the correct civilization. Characteristics may be used once or not at all.

    Korean civilization: developed on a peninsula Chinese civilization : developed on river valleys Japanese civilization: developed on an island developed on

  72. which of these is an example of a capital resource

  73. 1. Artifacts archaeologists studying early humans are likely to examine__*** b. diary entries c.fossils d.written records of the past*** 2.Which of the following are characteristics of hunter-gatherers? Select all that apply. A. They used iron

  74. Which was the main idea of the great migration to the United States in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

    1)the need for workers in the U.S. 2)political unrest in Europe 3)religious persecution in Eastern Europe 4)scarcity of land and money******

  75. 1. Which was an effect of the establishment of the European Union? Select all that apply.

    A. Member countries trade freely without trade barriers. B. Citizens can move among nation states to work and study. C. National borders have been erased. D. Member

  76. Which factor contributed to the lack of stability and freedom in Afghanistan?

    A. Britain's decision to partition Afghanistan into two states B. the Taliban take-over of the country*********** C. war breaking out between Muslims and Hindus D. conflict with

  77. in what ways has geography affected settlement patterns in North Africa?

  78. Write a paragraph describing how the U.S. government managed the economy during World War I and the economic effects of that management. Consider the roles played by the Food Administration, the War Industries Board (WIB), and the War Labor Board.

  79. how did the defeat of the aztec and inca empires enrich the spanish monarchy?

    a. Spain began to levy heavy taxes on its American colonists b. Spain sold its land in the americas to other European countries c. The monarchy received a portion of all its

  80. Look at the picture. Which factor that helped Hinduism grow is represented by this picture?

  81. How have trade barriers harmed East Asian economies?

    A. They have made countries dependent on imports. B. They have limited growth by barring specialization. C. They have discouraged education and training of the workforce. D. They limit government

  82. Which best describes the history of Bangladesh?

    A. Bangladesh was under British rule, then part of Pakistan, then independent. B. Bangladesh was under British rule, then part of India, then independent. C. Bangladesh was never ruled by Britain, unlike India

  83. State two factors that may cause newly married couples to delay parenthood

  84. Which statement best describes how sexism affects the economies of many South Asian countries?

    A. The domestic role played by women makes it easier for men to work more and grow the economy. B. Women who stay at home have more children, and their children

  85. In which nation did a nationalist military regime lead the country to invade its neighbors and help launch World War II?

    A. China B. Japan C. Korea D. Mongolia i think it s c am i right?

  86. Drag and drop the country names to classify them by type of economy that they have today.

    a. China, b. Japan ,c. Mongolia, d. North Korea 1.command economy 2. market-based economy, 3. command economy with limited market reforms i think that A is 2, B is 1,

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    Many colonies in the Pacific islands began demanding independence A. during world war I. B. when japan seized control of the islands during world war II C. after the defeat in world war II D. soon after being colonized by european

  88. In what way was the Khmer empire influenced by India?

    A. The Khmer empire used an adapted form of India's writing system. B. The Khmer empire was conquered by India. C. The Khmer empire's common people practiced Buddhism. D. The rulers of the Khmer empire

  89. Whose ideas reflected the spread of Lutheranism in Europe?

    A. John Calvin B. Ignatius of Loyola C. Teresa of Avila D. Pope Paul III****

  90. Why did Mohandas Gandhi organize nonviolent protests in South Asia?

  91. How do nearby businesses with similar products usually compete?

    a. offering deals and low prices** b. changing to different product types c. lowering the level of service to save costs d. establishing a minimum price for everyone to use Whar is a positive

  92. Which of the following governments is ruled by an absolute monarchy?

    A. Saudi Arabia B. Yemen C. Bahrain D. Iraq

  93. 1. In what way did both the U.S. government and its citizens benefit from the war?

    (WWII) A. The government was able to defeat U.S. enemies, and citizens could freely travel. B. The government was able to enforce its isolationist policy, and citizens could

  94. What ideas did Jesus teach his followers? Select the three correct answers..

    A. ++++ to be kind and charitable B. to believe in only one God C. to be happy all the time D. to reject the teachings of the Hebrew Bible E. ++++ to attend church services on

  95. which of the following goods or services in an import in the united states

    A. apples are grown on a farm in Vermont B. kitchenware purchased online from China C. software created in California and used in Chicago *** D. technical service to a customer in

  96. A fast-food chain makes the decision to reband itself as a mid range adult cafe instead of a cheap kid friendly restraunt. This change will involve using higher ingrediants and revonating to remove childrens playgrounds

    use the passage to answer the

  97. 1. why was the Cuban missile crisis significant?

    a.) Cuba threaten to invade the United States. b.) it came close to starting a full scale nuclear war. c.) do United States almost fell under communist rule. d.) it promoted nuclear research in the Soviet

  98. Which of these is an example of price competition?

    A a new advertising campaign B a loyalty rewards program C a special holiday sale (?) D a customer satisfaction survey

  99. How are the Guianas different from the Caribbean islands?

    1.The Guianas are mainly Spanish-speaking. 2.American Indian peoples live inland in the Guianas. 3.They have a mix of European and African cultures.** 4.They use languages brought by European

  100. Why were tribunes of the plebs so powerful in Roman government?

    A. They served as leaders in times of emergency. B. They judged important cases. C. They protected the name of patricians. D. They could veto any law or action of a magistrate. I got C, however