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allibear2012 Group Title

Segment exam!!!!!!!!! need help!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    What's your question?

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    Which of these was key to the success of ancient civilizations? oil, because it was used for fuel and light mountains, because they provide land for terracing rivers, because they were used for crops and transportation fire, because it was important for forging metals

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    I would say the most important was rivers.

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    Crops and transportation was essential to the growth of a civilization at the time.

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    ok i have some more if u COULD HELP ME WITH THOSE TWO

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    oops

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    I can surely try :)

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    ok

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    Early humans would have been most likely to interact in which of the following types of regions? an area with plant life an area with few water sources an area where it was very hot an area where it was very cold

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    What period of time are you studying? It could be a lot of these answers depending on the era you are working on.

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    uuummmmm..... like caveman times

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    and mayans

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    and egyptains

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    Go with the plant life. because that was usually in abundance at all these times.

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    ok

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    What did the Code of Hammurabi list? social classes of the people job specializations of the people patron gods of each city offenses and the punishments they carried

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    The code of Hammurabi listed offenses and the punishments they carried. For example... If you stole something, you would get your hands cut off. Or if you lied you got your tongue slit.

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    eeewww...

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    What did Socrates's philosophy depend on? explanations religion questions nature

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    It was a different time. Humans were not always so civilized. Very primitive in times.

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    yep!

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    Any other questions?

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    What did Socrates's philosophy depend on? explanations religion questions nature

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    Socrates' philosophy depended on religion.

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    ok 1 sec

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    King Nebuchadnezzar did which of the following? rebuilt Babylon created a list of laws proposed that there was only one god conquered the Persian Empire

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    He was the King of Babylon, he is credited to the construction of the Hanging gardens. He rebuilt many temples. He rebuilt babylon.

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    ok 1sec

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    Which of these replaced the barter system, and why? coins, because they were easy to carry and could be used to assign value to goods trade goods, because they were more convenient and produced fairer prices gold bars, because they were produced by kings and made them more powerful crops, because they helped farmers use their surplus for things they needed

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    Coins replaced the barter system.

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    thanks thats it

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    You are welcome :) Try to read more on this time period it is very interesting to learn about the way humans lived back then.

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