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1. Use the graph below showing the cost of wars in the 20th century to answer the following question. Which is the best explanation for why the Cold War is not included in this chart? A) Since the Cold War didn't involve fighting, there was no money budgeted or lost in fighting the Cold War. B) Because the Cold War is just another name for the Vietnam War, that cost is included in the graph. C) The Cold War was not a conventional war, and its costs are measured by the individual proxy wars. D) It is included in the costs of World War II as part of the global post-war recovery. 2. Summarize the causes and effects of the arms race and proxy wars in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Use the table below to answer the following question. United States Military Deaths by Country of Casualty Country of Casualty Number of Records Cambodia 520 Laos 733 North Vietnam 1,124 Communist China 10 Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) 55,629 Thailand 177 Total 58,193 Source: http://www.archives.gov/research/military/vietnam-war/casualty-statistics.html#country What can be inferred from this chart? A) Most of the fighting in the Vietnam War took place in South Vietnam. B) The Vietnam War resulted in large numbers of civilian casualties. C) The majority of the casualties in North Vietnam were not American soldiers. D) Military deaths in Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand were under-reported. 3. Use the graph below showing the number of wounded killed and missing for the nations involved in the Korean War to answer the following question. Which of the following is a reasonable interpretation of this information? A) Chinese casualties were high because most of the fighting took place on the North Korean/Chinese border. B) United States casualties were very low because American units did not actively participate in the fighting. C) Korean civilian deaths were very high because the fighting took place on Korea's soil. D) North Korea had the smallest number of deaths due to the high quality of their medical care.
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Problem 1.
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Problem 3.
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well #1 isn't D

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Lol. Yeah.
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@Zale101 @hlee0919 @redred413
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@hlee0919 is off lol
anonymous
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Number 1 isn't B either.
anonymous
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yea not that either
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i say C
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i think 2 is c
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im back waaasssaaaa
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1. i dont know. the chart isnt there. 2 is A. The fighting mainly took place in South Vietnam, the numbers dont tell civ. casualties. 3. Wheres the graph
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the graohs are the images in the end of the questions and trust me I had a hard time I really think 2 is C I did the test 3 times I flvs is weird like that I should know
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@hlee0919 The chart is there. It's on the actual question. This is what they are referring to: United States Military Deaths by Country of Casualty Country of Casualty Number of Records Cambodia 520 Laos 733 North Vietnam 1,124 Communist China 10 Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) 55,629 Thailand 177 Total 58,193
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This is the graph for number 1.
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1 is C.
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So I have this so far: 1) C 2) ? 3) A
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I need help with 2, please.
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2 is b. i posted the answer up top >.>
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Thank you! (:
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lol before the first time you said A
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I got 2 and 3 wrong.
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I got a 5 out of 20 on this. :(
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put c for number 2
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Okay. Proxy wars were primarily a product of American attempts to gain colonies the Soviet policy of the domino theory Soviet attempts to engage in a war with the U.S. the American policy of containment
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didn't I answer that lol with my own test hmm let me double check
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I did its D
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http://www.archives.gov/research/military/vietnam-war/casualty-statistics.html#country was this the website. I might of looked at the wrong graph
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what else
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Why was the Bay of Pigs an embarrassment for the United States? It showed that Havana had surveillance in Washington. The American invasion plot was a total failure. Kennedy did not understand cultural differences in Cuba. Florida could not stop the arrival of thousands of Cubans.
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Which cause and effect relationship is correctly matched? communists rule North Korean—China and the Soviet Union back North Korea Fidel Castro assumes power in Cuba—the U.S. backs the Castro regime the mujahedeen rise in Afghanistan—the Soviets back the mujahedeen the Sandinistas take power in Nicaragua—the U.S. backs the Sandinistas
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A for Which cause and effect relationship is correctly matched? communists rule North Korean—China and the Soviet Union back North Korea Fidel Castro assumes power in Cuba—the U.S. backs the Castro regime the mujahedeen rise in Afghanistan—the Soviets back the mujahedeen the Sandinistas take power in Nicaragua—the U.S. backs the Sandinistas
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and for Why was the Bay of Pigs an embarrassment for the United States? ill say b but get a second opinion
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communists rule NK. China and SU back NK. Bay of Pigs was an embarassment because the CIA trained rebels in Cuba to take over the island but they failed miserably.
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1. The Soviets' exit from Afghanistan led to a A) sweeping victory for democracy B) series of unstable governments C) Soviet-style dictatorship D) U.S.-backed Muslim theocracy
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2. How did the Suez Crisis affect perceptions of the United States and its allies? A) They no longer appeared to be a unified front. B) They seemed weak and willing to negotiate. C) They proved willing to use brutal force to end a conflict. D) They appeared to support the Zionist mission.
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3. Use the graph below showing the number of wounded killed and missing for the nations involved in the Korean War to answer the following question. Which of the following is a reasonable interpretation of this information? A) Chinese casualties were high because most of the fighting took place on the North Korean/Chinese border. B) United States casualties were very low because American units did not actively participate in the fighting. C) Korean civilian deaths were very high because the fighting took place on Korea's soil. D) North Korea had the smallest number of deaths due to the high quality of their medical care.
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. The Soviets' exit from Afghanistan led to a A) sweeping victory for democracy B) series of unstable governments C) Soviet-style dictatorship D) U.S.-backed Muslim theocracy B
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. How did the Suez Crisis affect perceptions of the United States and its allies? A) They no longer appeared to be a unified front. B) They seemed weak and willing to negotiate. C) They proved willing to use brutal force to end a conflict. D) They appeared to support the Zionist mission. A
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I don't know 3
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The Soviets' exit from Afghanistan led to a A) sweeping victory for democracy B) series of unstable governments C) Soviet-style dictatorship D) U.S.-backed Muslim theocracy BThe Soviets' exit from Afghanistan led to a A) sweeping victory for democracy B) series of unstable governments C) Soviet-style dictatorship D) U.S.-backed Muslim theocracy D
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the soviet exit one from afghan is D. i copied too much text..lol
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. How did the Suez Crisis affect perceptions of the United States and its allies? A) They no longer appeared to be a unified front. B) They seemed weak and willing to negotiate. C) They proved willing to use brutal force to end a conflict. D) They appeared to support the Zionist mission. C
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3. Use the graph below showing the number of wounded killed and missing for the nations involved in the Korean War to answer the following question. Which of the following is a reasonable interpretation of this information? A) Chinese casualties were high because most of the fighting took place on the North Korean/Chinese border. B) United States casualties were very low because American units did not actively participate in the fighting. C) Korean civilian deaths were very high because the fighting took place on Korea's soil. D) North Korea had the smallest number of deaths due to the high quality of their medical care. Answer is C.
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the ones I answered is correct trust me I have the test in front of me the only one I don't know is # because I didn't get that question
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so @hlee0919 can possibly only have #3 right
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Thank you guys so much! I would give both of you medals, but I can only give one. So I am just not going to give it at all. :/
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#3 is C. If you look at the graph, it kind of obvious. Just ignore all knowledge about the Korean War, and infer.D doesnt make sense, A is false, The fighting took place in SK before US intervention at Incheon. B is false because the US did have heavy intervention. I'm quite positive it's C.
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Yeah it was. Thank you guys so much! Now I need to study for English because I have an exam tomorrow since it's the last week of school! Bleh.
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Question 4 (Worth 5 points) How did the Suez Crisis affect perceptions of the United States and its allies? They no longer appeared to be a unified front. They seemed weak and willing to negotiate. They proved willing to use brutal force to end a conflict. They appeared to support the Zionist mission. Points earned on this question: 5
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Yep you were right! (;
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Question 2 (Worth 5 points) The Soviets' exit from Afghanistan led to a sweeping victory for democracy series of unstable governments Soviet-style dictatorship U.S.-backed Muslim theocracy Points earned on this question: 5
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see says I got them right lol
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Lol. You sure do! So when is your last day of school?
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the 6th or 7th how bout you
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Really? Mine is on May 29th!
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This upcoming Wednesday.
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6 more days or 3 more school days .
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wow...
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well I have to go hope you guys are on tomorrow goodnight
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Yes I will. When will you be on?
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I'll try to come at that time.
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Fidel Castro assumes power in Cuba—the U.S. backs the Castro regime & It showed that Havana had surveillance in Washington. & sweeping victory for democracy Are ALL wrong. ^_^ If that helps?
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3 is not a

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