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edancer98 Group Title

Could anyone check my answers please?

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    Which best describes the changing attitudes of people living in developing suburbs? (1 point)They became less conservative and more politically active. They became less conservative and less politically active. They became more conservative and more politically active. They became more conservative and less politically active. Note: This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be udpated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following. 2. The Teapot Dome oil scandal involved which official? (1 point)Albert Fall Edwin Denby Charles Forbes Harry Dougherty 3. In towns such as New York, Chicago, and Cleveland, (1 point)black middle and upper classes emerged. blacks did no better than they had in the South. most blacks worked as sharecroppers. blacks were often the victims of Jim Crow laws. 4. What was the condition of America’s economy following World War I? (1 point)There was a long recession. There was immediate nationwide prosperity. There was a brief recession, followed by economic growth. There was a long, gradual decline in America’s economy. 5. During the 1920s, American farmers as a group (1 point)prospered economically. commanded high prices for their products. purchased more stock than did city dwellers. suffered economically. 6. Presidents Harding and Coolidge favored policies that (1 point)aided the growth of business. brought about social reform. encouraged activism. discouraged a laissez-faire approach to the economy. Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer question 7. 7. Between which two years was the most significant increase in the number of motor vehicles sold? (1 point)1921 and 1922 1922 and 1923 1927 and 1928 1928 and 1929 8. The American movie industry was controlled by a handful of huge studios in (1 point)New York City. Washington, D.C. London, England. Hollywood, California. 9. How did the consumer economy of the 1920s affect the lives of women? (1 point)It made life easier for rural women. It made life easier for working women. It made it harder for women to be housewives. It made life easier for urban women. 10. Jazz was (1 point)a musical style created by southern plantation owners. a style of art created by African American activists. a fashion style that came and went quickly. an American hybrid of African American and European music forms. 11. Where had most African Americans in 1920s Harlem come from? (1 point)They had been born there. They had quit their jobs at factories in the North and moved there. They had moved there from the South and the Caribbean. Their origins are unclear. 12. How did Prohibition contribute to the growth of organized crime? (1 point)It forced police to enforce anti-liquor laws. it made it easier for bootleggers to branch into other types of illegal activity. It forced farmers to grow grain for the production of alcohol. It strengthened respect for the law. 13. Why did Marcus Garvey’s movement fall apart? (1 point)His ideas became too extreme to attract many supporters. His supporters lacked the money to keep his organization going. There was no effective leadership after Garvey was deported to Jamaica. White-owned newspapers and radio stations did not give the movement publicity. 14. What was a major result of Henry Ford’s innovative manufacturing techniques? (1 point)The sale price of the average car increased. The sale price of cars went down. More Americans bought cars from overseas. Fewer Americans had jobs. 15. In the 1920s, how did most national leaders hope to go about avoiding war? (1 point)by joining the World Court by winning the arms race by avoiding close interaction with other nations by forcing Europe to disarm 16. What was the largest cultural split in 1920s America? (1 point)between northern states and southern states between eastern states and western states between young Americans and elderly Americans between urban Americans and rural Americans 17. At its heart, the Scopes Trial was a clash between (1 point)biology and science. education and science. evolution and science. religion and science. 18. Most Americans who opposed the Ku Klux Klan embraced what notion? (1 point)that the races should remain separate that America was a “melting pot” that immigrants should be deported

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    My answers are 1.d. 2.a. 3.d. 4.c. 5.d. 6.a. 7.d. 8.d. 9.b. 10.a. 11.c. 12.b. 13.a. 14.b. 15.c. 16.a. 17.d. 18.b.

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    are u in connections academy

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  4. edancer98 Group Title
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    yes I am

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    what class and tell me unit and lesson

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    Can you post the answers for the unit 4 lesson 5 quiz? PLEASE!!!

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    unit 4 lesson 5 quiz or quick check?

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    1. Which of the following best describe the economic boom in urban and rural America? (1 point) (0 pts) rural residents faced the best rewards from the boom (1 pt) rural residents faced growing debt and falling prices (0 pts) America's wealth was evenly distributed amoung all people (0 pts) wages rose evenly between industry and corporate employees 1 /1 point 2. The Harlem Renaissance provided a voice to the African American culture. Which of the following was a theme from this time period? (1 point) (0 pts) pains and joys of the African American (0 pts) desire for independence and poltical freedoms (0 pts) celebration of culture and life (1 pt) all of the above 1 /1 point 3. What was the condition of America’s economy following World War I? (1 point) (0 pts) There was a long recession. (0 pts) There was immediate nationwide prosperity. (1 pt) There was a brief recession, followed by economic growth. (0 pts) There was a long, gradual decline in America’s economy. 1 /1 point 4. During the 1920s, American farmers as a group (1 point) (0 pts) prospered economically. (0 pts) commanded high prices for their products. (0 pts) purchased more stock than did city dwellers. (1 pt) suffered economically. 1 /1 point 5. Presidents Harding and Coolidge favored policies that (1 point) (1 pt) aided the growth of business. (0 pts) brought about social reform. (0 pts) encouraged activism. (0 pts) discouraged a laissez-faire approach to the economy. 1 /1 point Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer question 7. 6. Between which two years was the most significant increase in the number of motor vehicles sold? (1 point) (0 pts) 1921 and 1922 (1 pt) 1922 and 1923 (0 pts) 1927 and 1928 (0 pts) 1928 and 1929 1 /1 point 7. The American movie industry was controlled by a handful of huge studios in (1 point) (0 pts) New York City. (0 pts) Washington, D.C. (0 pts) London, England. (1 pt) Hollywood, California. 1 /1 point 8. How did the consumer economy of the 1920s affect the lives of women? (1 point) (0 pts) It made life easier for rural women. (0 pts) It made life easier for working women. (0 pts) It made it harder for women to be housewives. (1 pt) It made life easier for urban women. 1 /1 point 9. Jazz was (1 point) (0 pts) a musical style created by southern plantation owners. (0 pts) a style of art created by African American activists. (0 pts) a fashion style that came and went quickly. (1 pt) an American hybrid of African American and European music forms

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    unit 4 lesson 5 quiz. thank you so much! This really helps!

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  10. edancer98 Group Title
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    still need my answers checked :/

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    lmfao were they ever checked?

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    @Squirrels Hi! Did the test ever get graded by any chance? Thanks :)

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    Darn okay :( do you at least know the multiple choice?

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    what class was this for?

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    1.c 2.a 3.a 4.c 5.d 6.a 7.b 8.d 9.d 10.d 11.c 12.b 13.c 14.b 15.c 16. d 17.d 18.b

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