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  1. MrFarklepuss
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    I would appreciate it if anyone could copy and paste the answer thing. If your's has been graded would you go to the grade-book and paste up the answers up to #40. I'll give a medal and become a fan if I can figure out how.

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  2. MrFarklepuss
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    If that's do-able.

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    1. right to pay no tax unless it was levied by their own representatives. 2. They thought Patriots were too radical. 3. Yorktown. 4. Despite receiving different treatment from the normal, few of the sick die. 5. checks and balances, federalism, and separation of powers. 6. A strong, central government will be able to handle the problems that face the new nation. 7. build public support for the abolition of slavery. 8. whom freedmen should look to for leadership 9. Northerners were no longer able to ignore slavery and its effects. 10. Vicksburg was the key to the Anaconda Plan’s goal of gaining control of the Mississippi River and cutting the South in half. 11. It gave African American men the right to vote. 12. paid their workers the lowest possible wage. 13. Elected officials rewarded their supporters with jobs. 14. higher costs of living 15. government ownership of the railroads. 16. After the Civil War, many Southerners struggled financially. 17. Industrialization increased the demand for child labor, but Progressive reforms probably helped to reduce child labor. 18. to emphasize that the democratic traditions of the United States do not support imperialism 19. keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of small business owners and the poor. 20. had gained an empire and new stature in world affairs. 21. extend their political, military, and economic control over weaker territories. 22. Germany’s invasion of Belgium, the sinking of the Lusitania, and the Zimmermann note. 23. the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment. 24. teach about Darwin’s theory of evolution. 25. a demonstration of the depth and richness of African American culture 26. farmers 27. Securities and Exchange Commission 28. built a series of dams to control floods and generate electricity.

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    1. The ability to acquire food on a regular basis meant that humans (1 point) had less control over their environment. could give up their nomadic way of life and live in settled communities. could use animals as pets. could use fire to cook their food. 2. How did Judaism differ from other religions of ancient times? (1 point) It taught that there was one God for all peoples. It taught that only the priests had access to divine will. It taught that the Hebrew king was part god. It taught that reincarnation led to the end of suffering. 3. In ancient India, the untouchables were the (1 point) priests, considered sacred beings. warriors, considered invincible in battle. peasants, one-fifth of the population. lowest level of society, not considered human. 4. Filial piety refers to the duty of (1 point) family members to subordinate their needs to the male head. parents to subordinate their needs to their educated children. Hindus to accept their position in the social order. Israelites to follow the Ten Commandments. 5. The emphasis on landscape in Chinese painting reflects the (1 point) Daoist search for balance in nature. interest in showing realistic shapes. loss of lands to the Mongols. medicinal use of plants and herbs. 6. The Greek language and culture spread to Southwest Asia during (1 point) the Age of Pericles. the Classical Age. the Athenian Empire. the Hellenistic Era. 7. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Eastern Roman Empire (1 point) fell to Germanic peoples. went into decline. continued to thrive. conquered the Visigoths. 8. The departure of Muhammad from Makkah for Madinah is called (1 point) Hijrah. Kaaba. Quran. hajj. 9. What served as the basic building blocks of African society? (1 point) feudal contracts lineage groups slaves camel caravans 10. European civilization was formed by Germanic peoples, the Christian church, and the (1 point) legacy of the Muslims. legacy of the Romans. legacy of the Mongols. legacy of the Aryans. 11. All of the following are true of the Black Death EXCEPT (1 point) bubonic plague was the most common form of plague during the Black Death. infested black rats spread the bacteria of the Black Death. Spanish merchants from Madrid brought the plague to Europe from North Africa. the Black Death caused entire villages to simply disappear from history. 12. All of the following are true of the Crusades EXCEPT (1 point) Alexius I asked Europe for military aid against Seljuk Turks. Urban II wanted Europe to liberate the Holy Land from Muslims. Italian port cities prospered from supplying Europeans in Palestine. Crusader kingdoms finally freed Jerusalem in 1187, defeating Saladin. 13. Artists from ______, in West Africa, produced impressive bronze statues. (1 point) Ghana Benin Great Zimbabwe Songhai 14. Leonardo da Vinci was an excellent example of Renaissance Italy's social ideal because he (1 point) was a politician, and politicians were considered the pinnacle of human achievement. came from a wealthy family and greatly improved his family's status in society. wrote grand romantic poetry and insightful political treatises. was a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, and mathematician. 15. __________ was the first Protestant faith. (1 point) Calvinism Zoroastrianism Christian humanism Lutheranism 16. The __________ movement had a profound effect on education. (1 point) Renaissance humanist liberal vernacular 17. The publication of Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses (1 point) was immediately seen as a threat by local businesses. attacked the abuses in the sale of indulgences, beginning the Protestant Reformation. was largely ignored until decades after Luther's death. became the context for Angelicanism. 18. ___________ went to his grave believing he had discovered a westward passage to Asia, when in fact he had actually discovered the Americas. (1 point) Amerigo Vespucci John Cabot Christopher Columbus Alfonso de Albuquerque 19. The footbinding of Chinese women was (1 point) a way of punishing wives who were bad cooks. considered a status symbol in Qing society. a method used by landowners to keep female slaves from escaping. a custom imported from Europe by Marco Polo. 20. Originally, African slaves were brought to the Americas to supply labor for the (1 point) sugarcane plantations. rubber plantations. molasses industry. tobacco fields. 21. The Moluccas were known to Europeans as the (1 point) Gold Coast. Middle Passage. Spice Islands. West Indies. 22. To Portuguese explorers, the southern coast of West Africa became known as the (1 point) Cape of Good Hope. land of salt. Gold Coast. Burning Land. 23. Who commanded the forces that destroyed the Aztec capital? (1 point) Francisco Pizarro Hernán Cortés Bernal Díaz Vasco Núñez de Balboa 24. What was the name for the journey of slaves from Africa to America? (1 point) the Voyage of Sorrow the Bering Crossing the Africa - America Run the Middle Passage 25. James I of England believed in the divine right of kings, which is (1 point) the belief that a king was granted the wisdom of God upon ascending to the throne, and therefore was faultless. the concept that kings were equal to God, and therefore did not have to live by the laws of the Church. the theory that kings alone could know the mind of God, and therefore could determine the future through divination. the idea that kings receive their power from God and are responsible only to God. 26. What is absolutism? (1 point) the practice by monarchs of undergoing daily absolution to keep states free of the burden of sin the belief that all citizens within a state must conform to one religion an offshoot of Islam, in which it is believed that baptism absolves all past and future sins a system of government in which a ruler holds total power 27. Who led the Ming dynasty's naval voyages of exploration? (1 point) Hong Wu Kee Yo Zui Xiao He Zheng He 28. Recruited from the local Christian population in the Balkans, the janissaries were (1 point) a guerrilla army that sought to drive out the Ottoman Turks. religious zealots who sought to convert Muslims to Muhommadism. used to teach sports to the Sultan's children. converted to Islam and trained as foot soldiers or administrators to serve the sultan. 29. Under Shah Abbas, the Safavid dynasty (1 point) reached the high point of its glory. rapidly declined until it was too weak to fight off its many enemies. suffered an invasion by Moroccan peoples, who captured the capital of Isfahan. witnessed a relaxation of traditional religious beliefs. 30. Shah Jahan had the __________ built in Agra in memory of his wife. (1 point) Taj Mahal Mumtaz Isfahan Plassey 31. The Constitutional Convention began as (1 point) a meeting to draft a declaration of independence from British rule. the result of a vote by the new Congress to adopt amendments that guaranteed certain freedoms. a meeting of delegates to revise the Articles of Confederation. a plan to divide up the lands of the thirteen colonies into states. 32. In Jean-Jacques Rousseau's concept of a social contract, (1 point) an entire society agrees to be governed by its general will. punishments are not exercises in brutality, and capital punishment is discarded. the government should not interfere in economic matters. women should be granted rights nearly equal to those of men. 33. Montesquieu's most lasting contribution to political thought was his (1 point) analysis of the governmental system of checks and balances. identification of the natural laws that governed human society. theory that the government should interfere with religious matters. idea that punishments should be brutal to be effective. 34. The ideas of __________ can be found in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. (1 point) Thomas Wilson John Calvin Miguel de Cervantes John Locke 35. What was the "Glorious Revolution"? (1 point) the agricultural revolution that improved food supplies in England the battle between the Roundheads and Cavaliers for control of England the establishment of Protestantism as the English state religion the invasion of England by William of Orange, which overthrew James II with almost no bloodshed 36. The French National Assembly swore the Tennis Court Oath, which was (1 point) a promise to destroy all of the nation's tennis bracelets. a vow to continue to meet until they had produced a French constitution. an oath of loyalty to Jean Valjean, an outspoken lawyer who called for doing away with the relics of feudalism. a promise not to rest until all members of the clergy were tried and executed. 37. The term sans-culottes, meaning "without breeches," implied that the members of this political group were (1 point) women, because they wore skirts. very poor and could not afford pants. pacifists who did not use guns. ordinary patriots without fine clothes. 38. Napoleon's coup d'état overthrew the ___________ to establish his consulate. (1 point) Directory city mayor British government Legislative Assembly 39. The most important of the seven legal codes established by Napoleon was (1 point) the Religious Code. the Food Code. the Merchant Code. the Civil Code. 40. Promotion within Napoleon's new bureaucracy was (1 point) based on height. given to those Napoleon favored, but taken away as soon as they fell out of favor. based on ability only, not rank or birth. designed to benefit the nobility and keep the middle class from obtaining high-ranking positions.

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  5. hs1234
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    What is this one?

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  6. MrFarklepuss
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    All the questions and answers, because I just realized that I didn't include that I'm in Connections Academy.

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    Please do not post questions like these. It's against the Code of Conduct of OpenStudy. Read the CoC here: http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct

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  8. MrFarklepuss
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    Oh, okay. How do I delete a question?

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    Just close it, Hit the "Close" - Blue button on the top.

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    You are not allowed to cheat. Serious action may be taken if you do not stop posting these questions.

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  11. MrFarklepuss
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    I was just hoping to check over my answers, sorry.

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    Opcode and karatechopper screw off people give answers all the time, its not wrong in anyway at the most its just stupid cause the person who recieves the answers doesnt learn anything, so if someone wants to not learn anything then let them, it doesnt harm u or anone else

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    Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. The ability to acquire food on a regular basis meant that humans (1 point) (0 pts) had less control over their environment. (1 pt) could give up their nomadic way of life and live in settled communities. (0 pts) could use animals as pets. (0 pts) could use fire to cook their food. 1 /1 point 2. How did Judaism differ from other religions of ancient times? (1 point) (1 pt) It taught that there was one God for all peoples. (0 pts) It taught that only the priests had access to divine will. (0 pts) It taught that the Hebrew king was part god. (0 pts) It taught that reincarnation led to the end of suffering. 1 /1 point 3. In ancient India, the Untouchables were the (1 point) (0 pts) priests, considered sacred beings. (0 pts) warriors, considered invincible in battle. (0 pts) peasants, one-fifth of the population. (1 pt) lowest level of society, not considered human. 1 /1 point 4. Filial piety refers to the duty of (1 point) (1 pt) family members to subordinate their needs to the male head. (0 pts) parents to subordinate their needs to their educated children. (0 pts) Hindus to accept their position in the social order. (0 pts) Israelites to follow the Ten Commandments. 1 /1 point 5. The emphasis on landscape in Chinese painting reflects the (1 point)12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 2/9 (1 pt) Daoist search for balance in nature. (0 pts) interest in showing realistic shapes. (0 pts) loss of lands to the Mongols. (0 pts) medicinal use of plants and herbs. 1 /1 point 6. The Greek language and culture spread to Southwest Asia during (1 point) (0 pts) the Age of Pericles. (0 pts) the Classical Age. (0 pts) the Athenian Empire. (1 pt) the Hellenistic Era. 1 /1 point 7. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Eastern Roman Empire (1 point) (0 pts) fell to Germanic peoples. (0 pts) went into decline. (1 pt) continued to thrive. (0 pts) conquered the Visigoths. 0 /1 point 8. The departure of Muhammad from Makkah for Madinah is called (1 point) (1 pt) Hijrah. (0 pts) Kaaba. (0 pts) Quran. (0 pts) hajj. 1 /1 point 9. What served as the basic building blocks of African society? (1 point) (0 pts) feudal contracts (1 pt) lineage groups (0 pts) slaves (0 pts) camel caravans 1 /1 point 10. European civilization was formed by Germanic peoples, the Christian church, and the (1 point) (0 pts) legacy of the Muslims. (1 pt) legacy of the Romans. (0 pts) legacy of the Mongols. (0 pts) legacy of the Aryans.12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 3/9 1 /1 point 11. All of the following are true of the Black Death EXCEPT (1 point) (0 pts) bubonic plague was the most common form of plague during the Black Death. (0 pts) infested black rats spread the bacterium of the Black Death. (1 pt) Spanish merchants from Madrid brought the plague to Europe from North Africa. (0 pts) the Black Death caused entire villages to simply disappear from history. 1 /1 point 12. All of the following are true of the Crusades EXCEPT (1 point) (0 pts) Alexius I asked Europe for military aid against Seljuk Turks. (0 pts) Urban II wanted Europe to liberate the Holy Land from Muslims. (0 pts) Italian port cities prospered from supplying Europeans in Palestine. (1 pt) Crusader kingdoms finally freed Jerusalem in 1187, defeating Saladin. 1 /1 point 13. Artists from ______ , in West Africa, produced impressive bronze statues. (1 point) (0 pts) Ghana (1 pt) Benin (0 pts) Great Zimbabwe (0 pts) Songhai 1 /1 point 14. Leonardo da Vinci was an excellent example of Renaissance Italy's social ideal because he (1 point) (0 pts) was a politician, and politicians were considered the pinnacle of human achievement. (0 pts) came from a wealthy family and greatly improved his family's status in society. (0 pts) wrote grand romantic poetry and insightful political treatises. (1 pt) was a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, and mathematician. 0 /1 point 15. __________ was the first Protestant faith. (1 point) (0 pts) Calvinism (0 pts) Zoroastrianism (0 pts) Christian humanism (1 pt) Lutheranism 1 /1 point 16. The __________ movement had a profound effect on education. (1 point)12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 4/9 (0 pts) Renaissance (1 pt) humanist (0 pts) liberal (0 pts) vernacular 1 /1 point 17. The publication of Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses (1 point) (0 pts) was immediately seen as a threat by local businesses. (1 pt) attacked the abuses in the sale of indulgences, beginning the Protestant Reformation. (0 pts) was largely ignored until decades after Luther's death. (0 pts) became the context for Angelicanism. 1 /1 point 18. ___________ went to his grave believing he had discovered a westward passage to Asia, when in fact he had actually discovered the Americas. (1 point) (0 pts) Amerigo Vespucci (0 pts) John Cabot (1 pt) Christopher Columbus (0 pts) Alfonso de Albuquerque 1 /1 point 19. The footbinding of Chinese women was (1 point) (0 pts) a way of punishing wives who were bad cooks. (1 pt) considered a status symbol in Qing society. (0 pts) a method used by landowners to keep female slaves from escaping. (0 pts) a custom imported from Europe by Marco Polo. 1 /1 point 20. Originally, African slaves were brought to the Americas to supply labor for the (1 point) (1 pt) sugarcane plantations. (0 pts) rubber plantations. (0 pts) molasses industry. (0 pts) tobacco fields. 1 /1 point 21. The Moluccas were known to Europeans as the (1 point) (0 pts) Gold Coast. (0 pts) Middle Passage. (1 pt) Spice Islands. (0 pts) West Indies.12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 5/9 1 /1 point 22. To Portuguese explorers, the southern coast of West Africa became known as the (1 point) (0 pts) Cape of Good Hope. (0 pts) land of salt. (1 pt) Gold Coast. (0 pts) Burning Land. 1 /1 point 23. Who commanded the forces that destroyed the Aztec capital? (1 point) (0 pts) Francisco Pizarro (1 pt) Hernán Cortés (0 pts) Bernal Díaz (0 pts) Vasco Núñez de Balboa 1 /1 point 24. What was the name for the journey of slaves from Africa to America? (1 point) (0 pts) the Voyage of Sorrow (0 pts) the Bering Crossing (0 pts) the Africa-America Run (1 pt) the Middle Passage 1 /1 point 25. James I of England believed in the divine right of kings, which is (1 point) (0 pts) the belief that a king was granted the wisdom of God upon ascending to the throne, and therefore was faultless. (0 pts) the concept that kings were equal to God, and therefore did not have to live by the laws of the Church. (0 pts) the theory that kings alone could know the mind of God, and therefore could determine the future through divination. (1 pt) the idea that kings receive their power from God and are responsible only to God. 0 /1 point 26. What is absolutism? (1 point) (0 pts) the practice by monarchs of undergoing daily absolution to keep states free of the burden of sin (0 pts) the belief that all citizens within a state must conform to one religion (0 pts) an offshoot of Islam, in which it is believed that baptism absolves all past and future sins (1 pt) a system of government in which a ruler holds total power 0 /1 point 12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 6/9 27. Who led the Ming dynasty's naval voyages of exploration? (1 point) (0 pts) Hong Wu (0 pts) Kee Yo Zui (0 pts) Xiao He (1 pt) Zheng He 1 /1 point 28. Recruited from the local Christian population in the Balkans, the janissaries were (1 point) (0 pts) a guerrilla army that sought to drive out the Ottoman Turks. (0 pts) religious zealots who sought to convert Muslims to Mohommadism. (0 pts) used to teach sports to the Fulton's children. (1 pt) converted to Islam and trained as foot soldiers or administrators to serve the sultan. 0 /1 point 29. Under Shah Abbas, the Safavid dynasty (1 point) (1 pt) reached the high point of its glory. (0 pts) rapidly declined until it was too weak to fight off its many enemies. (0 pts) suffered an invasion by Moroccan peoples, who captured the capital of Isfahan. (0 pts) witnessed a relaxation of traditional religious beliefs. 1 /1 point 30. Shah Jahan had the __________ built in Agra in memory of his wife. (1 point) (1 pt) Taj Mahal (0 pts) Mumtaz (0 pts) Isfahan (0 pts) Plassey 1 /1 point 31. The Constitutional Convention began as (1 point) (0 pts) a meeting to draft a declaration of independence from British rule. (0 pts) the result of a vote by the new Congress to adopt admendments that guaranteed certain freedoms. (1 pt) a meeting of delegates to revise the Articles of Confederation. (0 pts) a plan to divide up the lands of the thirteen colonies into states. 1 /1 point 32. In Jean-Jacques Rousseau's concept of a social contract, (1 point) (1 pt) an entire society agrees to be governed by its general will. (0 pts) punishments are not exercises in brutality, and capital punishment is discarded. (0 pts) the government should not interfere in economic matters.12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 7/9 (0 pts) women should be granted rights nearly equal to those of men. 1 /1 point 33. Montesquieu's most lasting contribution to political thought was his (1 point) (1 pt) analysis of the governmental system of checks and balances. (0 pts) identification of the natural laws that governed human society. (0 pts) theory that the government should interfere with religious matters. (0 pts) idea that punishments should be brutal to be effective. 0 /1 point 34. The ideas of __________ can be found in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. (1 point) (0 pts) Thomas Wilson (0 pts) John Calvin (0 pts) Miguel de Cervantes (1 pt) John Locke 1 /1 point 35. What was the "Glorious Revolution"? (1 point) (0 pts) the agricultural revolution that improved food supplies in England. (0 pts) the battle between the Roundheads and the Cavaliers for control of England. (0 pts) the establishment of Protestantism as the English state religion. (1 pt) the invasion of England by William of Orange, which overthrew James II with almost no bloodshed. 1 /1 point 36. The French National Assembly swore the Tennis Court Oath, which was (1 point) (0 pts) a promise to destroy all of the nation's tennis bracelets. (1 pt) a vow to continue to meet until they had produced a French constitution. (0 pts) an oath of loyalty to Jean Valjean, an outspoken lawyer that called for doing away with the relics of feudalism. (0 pts) a promise not to rest until all members of the clergy were tried and executed. 1 /1 point 37. The term sans-culottes, meaning "without breeches," implied that the members of this political group were (1 point) (0 pts) women, because they wore skirts. (0 pts) very poor and could not afford pants. (0 pts) pacifists who did not use guns. (1 pt) ordinary patriots without fine clothes.12/23/13 World History A Final Exam https://www.connexus.com/assessments/engine.aspx?idWebuserAssessment=152492712&mode=review&resize=true&popup=true&close=true 8/9 1 /1 point 38. Napoleon's coup d'état overthrew the ___________ to establish his consulate. (1 point) (1 pt) Directory (0 pts) city mayor (0 pts) British government (0 pts) Legislative Assembly 1 /1 point 39. The most important of the seven legal codes established by Napoleon was (1 point) (0 pts) the Religious Code. (0 pts) the Food Code. (0 pts) the Merchant Code. (1 pt) the Civil Code. 1 /1 point 40. Promotion within Napoleon's new bureaucracy was (1 point) (0 pts) based on height. (0 pts) given to those Napoleon favored, but taken away as soon as they fell out of favor. (1 pt) based on ability only, not rank or birth. (0 pts) designed to beneift the nobility and keep the middle class from obtaining high-ranking positions. 1 /1 point

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    this link to all the answers is hear http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/52b87667e4b04833919cd5ac

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