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    Question 1 (Worth 5 points) Use the map on H1N1 confirmed cases below to answer the following question: Public Domain What does this map indicate about the dispersion of H1N1 cases in 2009? The developing countries were affected more than the developed countries. The developed countries were affected more than the developing countries. This is a correct answer The developed and developing countries were affected similarly. Both developed and developing countries were hit evenly. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 2 (Worth 5 points) Use the map on world life expectancy to answer the following question: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Which of the following is the most likely culprit for why Africa has such a low life expectancy rate compared to almost everywhere else? The spread of the AIDS virus This is a correct answer The spread of SARS The spread of Asian flu The spread of H1N1 Points earned on this question: 5 Question 3 (Worth 5 points) Use the following map showing the spread of the H1N1 pandemic in 2009 to answer the question below: Public Domain In Medieval Europe, it took a few years for the Black Death to consume all of Europe. In 2009 the H1N1 disease spread all over the world in a few months. Considering the information on the map, how might the H1N1 virus have spread so quickly throughout the world? The virus was spread throughout the world by flocks of migratory birds. The virus was spread throughout the world via international airline travel. This is a correct answer The virus was spread throughout the world via contaminated meat. The virus was spread throughout the world by infected street rats. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 4 (Worth 5 points) How could the spread of AIDS in Africa affect the economies of that continent? a rise in national economic growth rates a reduction in imports and a rise in exports a rise in the number of health care professionals a drop in the number and productivity of workers This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 5 Question 5 (Worth 5 points) Use the following excerpt from Boccaccio's The Decameron to answer the following question: In the year of our Lord 1348, there happened at Florence, the finest city in all Italy a most terrible plague; which, whether owing to the influence of the planets, or that it was sent from God as a just punishment for our sins, had broken out some years before in the Levant (Middle East) and, after passing from place to place, and making incredible havoc all the way, had now reached the west… [The plague] occasioned various fears and devices amongst those who survived, all tending to the same uncharitable and cruel end; which was, to avoid the sick and everything that had been near them, expecting by that means to save themselves. Some [held] it best to live temperately and to avoid excesses of all kinds…and…they shut themselves up from the rest of the world…Others maintained free living to be a better preservative and would balk no passion or appetite they wished to gratify, drinking and reveling incessantly from tavern to tavern…yet strenuously avoiding, with all this brutal indulgence, to come near the infected.— Public Domain Based on the passage, which argument would Boccaccio make regarding the actions of the flagellants? He would think their actions sinful because they accused God. He would think they were right because the Church was corrupt. He would think they were right because human sin may have caused the plague. This is a correct answer He would think they were wrong because he thought the planets caused the plague. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 6 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following was NOT an effect of the Great Famine of 1315? Food prices rose dramatically in the first year of the famine. It led to the starvation and death of over one million people by 1317. Most farms were almost completely unable to produce food until 1325. Southern European countries were more heavily affected than Northern Europe. This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 5 Question 7 (Worth 5 points) Cause Effect Split in Western Christian church that led to two rival popes before the church reunited. Which of the following completes the cause and effect table? Council of Constantinople of 867 The Great Schism of 1054 The Hundred Years War of 1337 The Great Schism of 1378 This is a correct answer Points earned on this question: 5 Question 8 (Worth 5 points) Use the following excerpt from Boccaccio's The Decameron to answer the following question: In the year of our Lord 1348, there happened at Florence, the finest city in all Italy a most terrible plague; which, whether owing to the influence of the planets, or that it was sent from God as a just punishment for our sins, had broken out some years before in the Levant (Middle East) and, after passing from place to place, and making incredible havoc all the way, had now reached the west… [The plague] occasioned various fears and devices amongst those who survived, all tending to the same uncharitable and cruel end; which was, to avoid the sick and everything that had been near them, expecting by that means to save themselves. Some [held] it best to live temperately and to avoid excesses of all kinds…and…they shut themselves up from the rest of the world…Others maintained free living to be a better preservative and would balk no passion or appetite they wished to gratify, drinking and reveling incessantly from tavern to tavern…yet strenuously avoiding, with all this brutal indulgence, to come near the infected.— Public Domain How does Boccaccio let you know that he recognized that the plague spread widely from one location to another? He states that it was caused by rats. He states that it caused reckless behavior. He states that it spread from the Middle East. This is a correct answer He states that people did not avoid the sick. Points earned on this question: 5

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