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Which of the following describes a key similarity between the traditional Chinese calendar and the Jewish calendar? A. Both calendars were created based on earlier Abrahamic calendars. B. Both calendars are based on both the Sun's and the Moon's movements. C. Both calendars describe time as circular rather than linear. D. Both calendars claim to begin on the date the world was first created.

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    i have no idea :P

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    "A similarity exists in the Biblical calendar of the Jews and in the traditional Chinese calendar; they both are lunar-solar. This is the only correct calendar from the requirement of Genesis 1:14" .

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    soo....

  12. Photon336
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    found that from a site @selfconfidence777 I think this has to do with the sun and moon's movements

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    whats the answerrr

  14. Photon336
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    I want to say B @breezymeetee what do you think>

  15. selfconfidence777
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    hm ok i was sayin c

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    Which strategy would a historian most likely use to determine whether a source is valid? A. Determining whether it is a secondary source B. Checking its conclusions against other sources C. Determining whether or not it is well-known D. Confirming that it is not an online source

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    Both calendars are lunisolar calendars. This means that the months are determined by 29-30 day lunar cycles, but the years are designed to remain relatively consistent with the 365-366 day solar years. This is in contrast to purely solar calendars (like the popular Gregorian calendar), whose months have no correlation with the lunar cycles, or purely lunar calendars (like the Islamic calendar), whose years are 354 days, allowing the months to move around the solar year

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    thnks

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    Which strategy would a historian most likely use to determine whether a source is valid? A. Determining whether it is a secondary source B. Checking its conclusions against other sources C. Determining whether or not it is well-known D. Confirming that it is not an online source

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    B

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    Which of the following situations is most likely to produce a biased source? A. The source's creator could personally benefit from convincing people to accept his argument. B. The source's creator fails to organize his study of an event by period or region. C. The source's creator cites only secondary sources to support her argument. D. The source's creator relies on both oral and written sources to support her argument.

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    C

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