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Which is the sacred book of the Islamic
 religion?
A.Bible
B.Torah
C.Koran
D.Vedas


                                      A 100
C. Koran




           A 100
Hinduism and Buddhism were important reliongs in
   ancient India and China.


Why do many Hindus and Buddhists ten to be
  vegetarians?
A. They fear animal diseases.
B. They believe plants are sacred.
C. They practice equality for all people.
D. They value all forms of human and animal life.


                                                    A 200
D. They value all forms of
 human and animal life.




                             A 200
Look at the map.
Which number on the map indicates the continent on which the Nile
  River is located?




A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
                                                             A 300
C. 3




       A 300
Read the Quote:
The…speedy removal (of the Indians)…will place a dense and civilized population in large
   tracts of country now occupied by a few savage hunters…What good man would
   prefer a country covered with forests and ranged by a few thousand savages to our
   extensive Republic, studded with cities, towns, and prosperous farms…occupied by
   more than 12,000,000 happy people, and filled with all the blessings of liberty,
   civilization, and religion? - President Andrew Jackson, 1830


Which of these statements reflects Andrew Jackson’s attitude about American
   Indians and their lands?
A. He believed that American Indians could not take care of themselves.
B. He thought that American Indians might adapt to life on farms and in cities.
C. He believed that white settlers could make better use of the land than
   American Indians.
D. He thought that American Indians would be happier when they were removed
   to new lands.

                                                                                   A 400
C. He believed that white settlers
could make better use of the land
    than American Indians.




                                     A 400
Ancient Chinese and Mesopotamian
 civilizations developed in fertile river
 valleys.


Identify and describe two political,
  cultural or economic characteristics
  common to ancient Chinese and
  ancient Mesopotamian civilizations.
                                         A 500
•Both civilizations began around rivers, which provided irrigations for agriculture.
•Both civilizations developed writing. The Mesopotamians developed cuneiform,
and the Chinese developed a form of picture writing.
•Canals to control flooding - Both civilizations had to worry about flooding, so
they built levees and canals to prevent homes and crops from being washed away.
•Irrigation - Both civilizations dug ditches to bring water to crops.
•Monarchies - Both civilizations developed monarchies supported by highly
organized bureaucracies. This may have been a result of the need to organize the
proper distribution of irrigation water and maintenance of the irrigation systems.
•Foor surplus - both civilizations developed advanced farming techniques, which
allowed them to grow large amounts of food.
•Cities - As the Mesopotamians and the Chinese developed better farming
techniques, they grew surplus food and were able to support cities with large
populations.
•Religion - Mesopotamian cultures developed a belief in many gods (polytheism),
while Chinese culture developed the ethical and philosophical systems of
Confucianism and Taoism, which overlaid a popular grassoots belief in multiple
gods.                                                                        A 500
The Quakers emigrated from England to the
  American colonies in the late 1600s.
The Quakers’ experiences in England led them to
  adopt which policy in their new colony of
  Pennsylvania?
A. Tolerating different religions
B. Discouraging industrialization
C. Allowing women to vote in elections
D. Prohibiting Catholics from owning property

                                                B 100
A. Tolerating different religions.




                                     B 100
The women who participated in the Seneca Falls
  Convention of 1848 issued a Declaration of Sentiments
  and Resolutions modeled after the Declaration of
  Independence.
What controversial change was called for in this
  declaration?
A. Abolition of slavery
B. Voting rights for all citizens
C. Reform of public education
D. A ban on alcoholic beverages


                                                    B 200
B. Voting rights for all
       citizens




                           B 200
Manufacturing was first developed in
 which economic region of the United
 States?
A.Midwest
B.Northeast
C.Southeast
D.Northwest


                                   B 300
B. Northeast




               B 300
How did contact with European explorers in the
  1500s affect the Aztecs?


A. Many Aztecs converted to the religion of Spain.
B. Many Aztecs learned to grow corn and potatoes
   for food.
C. The Aztecs developed strong monarchies
   modeled on those in Europe.
D. The Aztecs increased in numbers because of
   new medicines
                                                 B 400
A. Many Aztecs converted to
   the religion of Spain.




                              B 400
The crusades had a great impact on
European culture during the Middle
Ages.
Identify and describe two ways the
Crusaders’ contact with the Middle East
changed European culture.




                                      B 500
•Introduced new products - when Crusaders returned to
Western Europe from Islamic and Byzantine lands, they
were interested in adding spices, sugar, fruits, tapestries,
and silk to their daily lives.
•Introduced new knowledge - When Crusaders returned to
Europe from Islamic and Byzantine lands, they brought
with them new knowledge about architecture. (or
shipbuilding, compasses, navigation, map making, algebra,
chemistry, Arabic numerals, steel, mathematics, weaponry,
etc.)
•Increased trade - As Europeans traveled to the Middle
East, trade grew, especially in Italy, as Mediterranean
ports became more important in shipping goods from the
east.                                                   B 500
In the 19th century, why did large numbers of
   Americans who migrated to the Great Plains
   become involved in economic activities related
   to agriculture?
A. The land was generally flat and had fertile soil.
B. There were no suitable means of transportation
   for other forms of commerce.
C. The American Indians who lived there had
   already cleared the land.
D. The region lacked resources to support
   manufacturing activities.
                                                  C 100
A. The land was generally
 flat and had fertile soil.




                              C 100
The environment influences the way people live and
  work.
What is one way Incan farmers living in
 mountainous regions were affected by their
 environment?
A. They terraced their fields.
B. The created paddy fields.
C. They used horses for plowing.
D. They invented the slash-and-burn technique.

                                                 C 200
A. They terraced their fields




                                C 200
Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Empire
  in 335 B.C.
What was a lasting result of his conquests
 throughout the Mediterranean region?
A. The expansion of Islam
B.The rise of Roman architecture
C.The decline of Egyptian science
D.The spread of Greek language and culture

                                             C 300
D. The spread of Greek
  language and culture




                         C 300
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                 C 400
Use the examples in the boxes below to answer the next
question.


        Jews         Christians      Muslims

Which belief is shared by followers of all the above
 religions?
A. They believe Jesus is the son of God.
B. The believe in only one God.
C. They accept the Koran as a holy book.
D. They believe in reincarnation.
                                                         C 400
B. The believe in only one
          God.




                             C 400
How were the ancient Romans and Europeans under
  feudalism similar?


A. They worshipped many different gods and
   goddesses.
B. All work in society was performed by slave labor.
C. Nobles received land from their ruler in exchange
   for service.
D. Women had fewer social and political rights than
   men.
                                                  C 500
D. Women had fewer social
   and political rights than
             men.



                               C 500
Which of the following was a unique custom of
 the ancient Egyptians?
A.Men had more rights than women in society.
B. They believed in the existence of many
   gods.
C. They preserved the bodies of dead rules in
   giant pyramids.
D.Only men were permitted to vote in
  Egyptian elections.
                                                D 100
C. They preserved the bodies
   of dead rulers in giant
         pyramids.



                               D 100
Which religious belief is common to both Hindus
 and Buddhists?
A. They believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God.
B. They believe desire is the cause of all human
   suffering.
C. They believe a person’s soul can be reborn in
   another living thing.
D. They urge giving up wealthy and spending life in
   meditation.

                                                   D 200
C. They believe a person’s
    soul can be reborn in
    another living thing.




                             D 200
What did the spread of the Buddhist religion from
 India to China, Southeast Asia, Korea and Japan
 best demonstrate?
A. Most people in the world will someday become
  Buddhists.
B. Buddhism is the fastest growing religion in the
   world.
C. Buddhism spread through contacts between
   cultures.
D. Most Buddhists live near large bodies of water.
                                                 D 300
C. Buddhism spread through
  contacts between cultures.




                               D 300
Use the information in the box to answer the following question.



While trading in the Middle East, Europeans learned Muslim
songs and how to play Muslim musical instruments. Such
everyday words as cotton, lemon, syrup, sofa and coffee came
into use in English from the Arabic language. Arabic numerals
and other mathematical concepts were introduced.


Which statement best expresses the main idea of this passage?
A. The location of the Middle East prevented cultural diffusion.
B. European merchants brought Muslim ideas and goods to Europe.
C. Muslim civilization had little impact on the Western world.
D. Europeans had less trade with Muslims than with other cultures.

                                                                     D 400
 B. European merchants
brought Muslim ideas and
    goods to Europe.



                           D 400
In what way were the Battle of Fallen Timbers, the
   Indian Removal Act, and the Indian Wars of the
   1870s similar?
A. They forced American Indians to move to
   Canada.
B. They led to the oppression of American Indians.
C. They showed the lack of support for Indians in
   national courts.
D. They illustrate the inability of American Indians
   as warriors.
                                                 D 500
B. They led to the oppression
    of American Indians.




                                D 500
 Examine the information in the boxes to answer this
 question.

       Indian Scholars contributed to      Arab mathematicians introduced the
   mathematics by developing the decimal   decimal system and the concept of
      system and the concept of zero.               zero to Europe.



What conclusion can best be drawn from these two statements?
A. Indians and Arabs developed the first civilizations.
B. Ideas are often spread through contacts between cultures.
C. The study of mathematics began in ancient Greece.
D. Europeans had few ideas of their own to share with Asians.


                                                                            E 100
B. Ideas are often spread
through contacts between
         cultures.



                            E 100
In the past, many men saw women as highly
   emotional, intellectually inferior, and
   unable to make political decisions.
What process did these beliefs illustrate?
A. Racism
B.Stereotyping
C.Institutional discrimination
D.Cultural diffusion
                                             E 200
B. Stereotyping




                  E 200
Which of these conflicts was mainly
 rooted in religious differences?
A.Crusades
B.Mongol Invasions
C.American Indian Wars
D.American Civil War

                                  E 300
A. Crusades




              E 300
Examine the information in the boxes to answer the following
   question.

  Wheel         Astrolabe       Gunpowder        Steam Engine
 2300 B.C.      600 A.D.         800 A.D.         1769 A.D.
 Sumerian        Persia            China            England


Which conclusion can best be drawn from these examples?
A. Inventions from one culture were often passed on to other
   cultures.
B. The Chinese were the most inventive people.
C. The steam engine was the world’s most important invention.
D. Earlier inventions had little impact on later inventions.

                                                                E 400
A. Inventions from one
culture were often passed
   on to other cultures.



                            E 400
Which religion teaches that after a person
 dies, his or her soul is reborn in
 another living thing?
A.Ancient Egyptian religion
B.Islam
C.Judaism
D.Hinduism

                                       E 500
D. Hinduism




              E 500
Examine the information in the boxes to answer the following
   question.

      Serf          Untouchable        Noble        Slave



What do the examples indicated above illustrate?
A. Members of a religious group
B. Ancient civilizations
C. Gender roles
D. Social classes



                                                               F 100
D. Social classes




                    F 100
In 1519, Spanish soldiers and the Aztec Indians of
   Mexico came into contact. What was one
   important effect of this encounter?
A. It led to the spread of the Christian religion to
   Indians.
B. It brought about the decline of the Spanish
   language.
C. It strengthened the Aztec ruler’s power.
D. It led to the resettlement of large number of
   Aztecs in Spain.
                                                       F 200
A. It led to the spread of the
      Christian religion to
             Indians.



                                 F 200
Which is a characteristic shard by
 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?


A.Belief in reincarnation
B.Worship of idols
C.Desire to achieve nirvana
D.Belief in one God

                                     F 300
D. Belief in one God




                       F 300
What did the U.S. Supreme Court conclude in the
 Dred Scott case?


A. Slavery was prohibited under the U.S.
   Constitution
B. Slaves had no right to sue in a federal court.
C. The right to vote did not apply to former slaves.
D. The U.S. Congress could limit the rights of
   slave owners.

                                                    F 400
B. Slaves had no right to sue
      in a federal court.




                                F 400
Which of the following is an example of
 institutional racism?
A.Southern state governments enact Black
  Codes.
B.Women are denied the right to vote.
C.A newspaper has an article describing a
  racial bias incident.
D.An African American refuses to speak to
  an American-Asian classmate.
                                            F 500
   A. Southern state
governments enact Black
        Codes.



                          F 500
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