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the five classics, i am not sure what these are. they are related to chinese literature. but it doesnt list them in the section. please help. thanks

Sun Su's: The Art Of War May be one

This site lists and describes the Five Confucian Classics.

http://www.wsu.edu:8001/~dee/CHPHIL/PRECONF.HTM

I need help with World Geography lesson from Penn Foster examination number 6648X if anyone has anwsers please help
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The imaginary east/west lines used by geographers as references on a map are called

The imaginary east/west lines used by geographers as references on a map are called


The imaginary east/west lines used by geographers as references on a map are called
I need help with World Geography lesson from Penn Foster examination number 6648X if anyone has anwsers please help
Thanks

Please help answers for exam 6648x

1. D Correct
2. D Correct
3. A Correct
4. A Correct
5. D Correct
6. B Correct
7. D Correct
8. D Correct
9. A B PAGE 262
10. B Correct
11. C Correct
12. B Correct
13. D Correct
14. D Correct
15. A Correct
16. C Correct
17. C Correct
18. B Correct
19. C Correct
20. B Correct
21. B Correct
22. C Correct
23. A Correct
24. A Correct
25. C Correct
HOPE THIS HELPS!! :) now you wouldnt happen to have the geometry test answers or psychology?

which of the following is not true?
a) rural settlement in north america is primarily dispersed.
b) agglomerated rural settlement is most commin the world.
c) the agglomerated pattern exists in lands colonized by the europeans.
d)an agglomerated village can be described as a swarm of buildings without a core.

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    1. With respect to human rights issues in Southeast Asia, which statement is most accurate?
    A. Chinese merchants living in Cambodia and elsewhere have carried out vendettas against hill tribes." type="radio"A. Chinese merchants living in Cambodia and elsewhere have carried out vendettas against hill tribes.
    B. The leaders of the Khmer Rouge fled from Cambodia after 1979." type="radio"B. The leaders of the Khmer Rouge fled from Cambodia after 1979.
    C. The Khmer Rouge leaders have never been brought to trial." type="radio"C. The Khmer Rouge leaders have never been brought to trial.
    D. Both Cambodia and Vietnam carried out ethnic eradication programs against hill people." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"D. Both Cambodia and Vietnam carried out ethnic eradication programs against hill people.

    2. The Indonesian name for Borneo is
    A. Brunei." type="radio"A. Brunei.
    B. Sulawesi." type="radio"B. Sulawesi.
    C. Kalimantan." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. Kalimantan.
    D. Irian Jaya." type="radio"D. Irian Jaya.

    3. Which of the following statements is true regarding gender equality in Southeast Asia?
    A. Mao Zedong declared that "Women hold up half the sky."
    B. South Korea is the only Southeast Asian country that supports absolute gender equality." type="radio"B. South Korea is the only Southeast Asian country that supports absolute gender equality.
    C. Japan's nationalists support female succession to the Chrysanthemum Throne." type="radio"C. Japan's nationalists support female succession to the Chrysanthemum Throne.
    D. Traditional Confucian views no longer maintain the inferiority of women." type="radio"D. Traditional Confucian views no longer maintain the inferiority of women.

    4. The Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea was established in
    A. 1963." type="radio"A. 1963.
    B. 1953." type="radio"B. 1953.
    C. 1945." type="radio"C. 1945.
    D. 1911." type="radio"D. 1911.

    5. Distinguishing unique patterns of biodiversity in eastern and western areas of Southeast Asia, the Wallace Line is found between
    A. East Timor and New Guinea." type="radio"A. East Timor and New Guinea.
    B. the South China Sea and the Philippine Sea." type="radio"B. the South China Sea and the Philippine Sea.
    C. Borneo and Sulawesi." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. Borneo and Sulawesi.
    D. Borneo to the east and Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula to the west." type="radio"D. Borneo to the east and Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula to the west.


    6. The rise of China's naval power under Admiral Cheng-He occurred during the _______ dynasty.
    A. Tang" type="radio"A. Tang
    B. Zhou" type="radio"B. Zhou
    C. Ming" type="radio"C. Ming
    D. Qin" type="radio"D. Qin

    7. Which of the following is true of the ethnic composition of Southeast Asia? ---pg 112 B&C
    A. North and South Korea have been ethnically distinct for many centuries." type="radio"A. North and South Korea have been ethnically distinct for many centuries.
    B. The Han Chinese comprise more than 90 percent of China's population." type="radio"B. The Han Chinese comprise more than 90 percent of China's population.
    C. Japanese peoples are mainly descended from mainland Asian populations." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. Japanese peoples are mainly descended from mainland Asian populations.
    D. About 25 percent of Mongolians are ethnic Kazakhs." type="radio"D. About 25 percent of Mongolians are ethnic Kazakhs

    8. Founded in 1967, ASEAN did little to foster economic cooperation until _______ proposed a free-trade area in 1991.
    A. Singapore" type="radio"A. Singapore
    B. Indonesia" type="radio"B. Indonesia
    C. Malaysia" type="radio"C. Malaysia
    D. Thailand" type="radio"D. Thailand

    9. Which of the following statements about Vietnam is true?
    A. Vietnam's current level of rice exports challenges that of India." type="radio"A. Vietnam's current level of rice exports challenges that of India.
    B. Vietnam is no longer a communist country." type="radio"B. Vietnam is no longer a communist country.
    C. Vietnamese farmers have long specialized in the production of Arabica coffee." type="radio"C. Vietnamese farmers have long specialized in the production of Arabica coffee.
    D. Hanoi is the main center of Vietnam's marketplace economy." type="radio"D. Hanoi is the main center of Vietnam's marketplace economy.

    10. Which of the following cities is located on the most densely populated island of Indonesia?
    A. Manila" type="radio"A. Manila
    B. Bangkok" type="radio"B. Bangkok
    C. Jakarta" type="radio"C. Jakarta
    D. Kuala Lumpur" type="radio"D. Kuala Lumpur

    11. _______ has the largest metropolitan economy in the world.
    A. Taipei" type="radio"A. Taipei
    B. Seoul" type="radio"B. Seoul
    C. Hong Kong" type="radio"C. Hong Kong
    D. Tokyo" type="radio"D. Tokyo

    12. From 800–1200, the Khmer and Mon peoples moved into the northern regions of
    A. Vietnam." type="radio"A. Vietnam.
    B. Myanmar." type="radio"B. Myanmar.
    C. Cambodia." type="radio"C. Cambodia.
    D. Thailand." type="radio"D. Thailand.

    13. Which of the following ethnic groups have suffered a long history of discrimination in Japan?
    A. Falun Gong" type="radio"A. Falun Gong
    B. Uygurs" type="radio"B. Uygurs
    C. Ainu" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. Ainu
    D. Xinjiang" type="radio"D. Xinjiang

    14. The Filipinos call it the Luzon Sea and the Vietnamese call it the East Sea, but however it's named, the _______ Sea is the world's largest sea body after the five oceans.
    A. South China" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. South China
    B. Celebes" type="radio"B. Celebes
    C. Java" type="radio"C. Java
    D. Philippine" type="radio"D. Philippine

    15. In China in the 1980s, commune-based agriculture was replaced by the _______ responsibility system.
    A. Confucian" type="radio"A. Confucian
    B. cultural" type="radio"B. cultural
    C. household" type="radio"C. household
    D. community" type="radio"D. community

    16. Until the mid-1900s, most Chinese cities were
    A. very few in number." type="radio"A. very few in number.
    B. market and administrative centers." type="radio"B. market and administrative centers.
    C. small towns." type="radio"C. small towns.
    D. nonexistent." type="radio"D. nonexistent.

    17. Which of the following mainland countries of Southeast Asia was never a European colony?
    A. Laos" type="radio"A. Laos
    B. Thailand" type="radio"B. Thailand
    C. Burma (Myanmar)" type="radio"C. Burma (Myanmar)
    D. Cambodia" type="radio"D. Cambodia





    18. Which of the following statements is true of East Timor?

    A. It's a former colony of Spain." type="radio"A. It's a former colony of Spain.
    B. It gained independence in 1688." type="radio"B. It gained independence in 1688.
    C. It's 90 percent Buddhist." type="radio"C. It's 90 percent Buddhist.
    D. It's the newest country in Southeast Asia." type="radio"D. It's the newest country in Southeast Asia.

    19. By the early 2000s, which country was Taiwan's third-largest trading partner?
    A. Japan" type="radio"A. Japan
    B. United States" type="radio"B. United States
    C. South Korea" type="radio"C. South Korea
    D. China" type="radio"D. China

    20. According to a 1993 World Bank report, East Asian economic growth in the late twentieth century was due, in part, to
    A. educational programs focused on free higher education." type="radio"A. educational programs focused on free higher education.
    B. strong governments that maintained business stability." type="radio"B. strong governments that maintained business stability.
    C. relatively weak laissez-faire government policies." type="radio"C. relatively weak laissez-faire government policies.
    D. governments that favored import substitution over export competitiveness." type="radio"D. governments that favored import substitution over export competitiveness.

    1. D Correct 2. C Correct 3. A Correct 4. B Correct 5. C Correct 6. C Correct 7. B Correct 8. D Correct 9. A Correct 10. C Correct 11. D Correct 12. C Correct 13. C Correct 14. A Correct 15. C Correct 16. B Correct 17. B Correct 18. D Correct 19. D Correct 20. B Correct

    This is for East Asia and Southeast Asia

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    This is for Geography Essentials Europe Russia and its Neighboors

    1. The Soviet policy of democratic centralism maintained that
    A. the state owned all businesses for the good of the people." type="radio"A. the state owned all businesses for the good of the people.
    B. the state, not free-market consumers, should decide what needed to be produced." type="radio"B. the state, not free-market consumers, should decide what needed to be produced.
    C. the Communist Party represented the working people and, therefore, was the only party with the right to govern." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. the Communist Party represented the working people and, therefore, was the only party with the right to govern.
    D. capitalists used their riches to manipulate governments to serve their interests." type="radio"D. capitalists used their riches to manipulate governments to serve their interests.

    2. Nationalism is to pride in one's national identity as a _______ is to a group of people who share a common identity, a sense of unity, and a desire for self-government.
    A. country" type="radio"A. country
    B. state" type="radio"B. state
    C. nation" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. nation
    D. region" type="radio"D. region

    3. Which of the following is the dominant country of the Central Asian subregion?
    A. Kyrgyzstan" type="radio"A. Kyrgyzstan
    B. Uzbekistan" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"B. Uzbekistan
    C. Tajikistan" type="radio"C. Tajikistan
    D. Turkmenistan" type="radio"D. Turkmenistan

    4. Which of the following best facilitates the building of ports?
    A. Fjords" type="radio"A. Fjords
    B. Wetlands" type="radio"B. Wetlands
    C. Estuaries" type="radio"C. Estuaries
    D. Bays" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"D. Bays

    5. The position of a place north or south of the equator is measured in
    A. degrees of latitude." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. degrees of latitude.
    B. meridians of latitude." type="radio"B. meridians of latitude.
    C. terms of relative location." type="radio"C. terms of relative location.
    D. terms proportional distance." type="radio"D. terms proportional distance.

    6. Regarding the eastern Slavs, which of the following statements is false?
    A. The word Ukraine means "borderland."
    B. Ukraine has expressed interest in reuniting with the Russian Federation." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"B. Ukraine has expressed interest in reuniting with the Russian Federation.
    C. Under Polish, Austrian, and Lithuanian influences, the people of Belarus and Ukraine adopted national identities that distinguished them from Russians." type="radio"C. Under Polish, Austrian, and Lithuanian influences, the people of Belarus and Ukraine adopted national identities that distinguished them from Russians.
    D. The word Belarussian means "white Russians."

    7. Economic growth that assures basic resources for future generations is associated with _______ human development.
    A. modern" type="radio"A. modern
    B. sustainable" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"B. sustainable
    C. "growth pole"
    D. ecological" type="radio"D. ecological

    8. Under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev, the doctrine of perestroika called for which of the following?
    A. More local control and free-market practices" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. More local control and free-market practices
    B. Democratic elections" type="radio"B. Democratic elections
    C. Openness in communication" type="radio"C. Openness in communication
    D. A central banking system under private ownership" type="radio"D. A central banking system under private ownership

    9. In Russia, which of the following occurred after the global financial crisis in 1998?
    A. Russian farmers abandoned their farms in large numbers." type="radio"A. Russian farmers abandoned their farms in large numbers.
    B. The Russian ruble declined in value against the dollar by about 12 percent." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"B. The Russian ruble declined in value against the dollar by about 12 percent.
    C. Large areas of farmland were bought back from foreign investors." type="radio"C. Large areas of farmland were bought back from foreign investors.
    D. Russia became a major exporter of grain after 2001." type="radio"D. Russia became a major exporter of grain after 2001.

    10. Which of the following countries has the highest number of Fortune 500 companies?
    A. France" type="radio"A. France
    B. Germany" type="radio"B. Germany
    C. United States" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"C. United States
    D. Japan" type="radio"D. Japan

    11. With respect to industrial practices, the most polluted region of Russia is located around
    A. Norlisk." type="radio"A. Norlisk.
    B. Moscow." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"B. Moscow.
    C. Lake Baikal." type="radio"C. Lake Baikal.
    D. Volgorad." type="radio"D. Volgorad.

    12. Serbian nationalists adopted which of the following terms to rationalize their actions during the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina?
    A. Ethnic cleansing" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. Ethnic cleansing
    B. Holocaust" type="radio"B. Holocaust
    C. Depopulation" type="radio"C. Depopulation
    D. Ethnic diversity" type="radio"D. Ethnic diversity

    13. In the Northern Europe subregion, which country, famous for its mobile phones, was ruled under the Swedish monarchy until 1809?
    A. Finland" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. Finland
    B. Estonia" type="radio"B. Estonia
    C. Norway" type="radio"C. Norway
    D. Denmark" type="radio"D. Denmark

    14. Which of the following is the only global city in the region of Russia and its neighboring countries?
    A. Tashkent" type="radio"A. Tashkent
    B. St. Petersburg" type="radio"B. St. Petersburg
    C. Kiev" type="radio"C. Kiev
    D. Moscow" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"D. Moscow

    15. In general, the most materially advanced and developed countries are focused on extensive development of the _______ sector of their economy.
    A. tertiary" type="radio"A. tertiary
    B. quaternary" type="radio"B. quaternary
    C. primary" type="radio"C. primary
    D. secondary" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"D. secondary

    16. Which of the follow is a Slavic language?
    A. Romanian" type="radio"A. Romanian
    B. Flemish" type="radio"B. Flemish
    C. Gaelic" type="radio"C. Gaelic
    D. Polish" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"D. Polish

    17. The steppes of southern Russia, the African veldt, and the pampas of Argentina are good examples of _______ biomes.
    A. grassland" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. grassland
    B. tundra" type="radio"B. tundra
    C. forest" type="radio"C. forest
    D. desert" type="radio"D. desert

    18. The nation-state concept originated in which of the following countries?
    A. France" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"A. France
    B. England" type="radio"B. England
    C. Japan" type="radio"C. Japan
    D. United States" type="radio"D. United States

    19. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, 15 of its former republics became independent. Twelve of these former republics formed the Commonwealth of Independent States, largely in recognition of
    A. the economic threat posed by the European Union." type="radio"A. the economic threat posed by the European Union.
    B. the need to sustain the trade flows established during Soviet times." CHECKED="checked" type="radio"B. the need to sustain the trade flows established during Soviet times.
    C. common cultural ties." type="radio"C. common cultural ties.
    D. the threat posed by NATO." type="radio"D. the threat posed by NATO.

    20. In 2005, which two European groups rejected an EU treaty that would have provided for an EU constitution?
    A. The Germans and the Dutch" type="radio"A. The Germans and the Dutch
    B. The French and the Irish" type="radio"B. The French and the Irish
    C. The Danes and the Irish" type="radio"C. The Danes and the Irish
    D. The French and the Dutch" CHECKED="checked" type="radio"D. The French and the Dutch

    1. C Correct 2. C Correct 3. B Correct 4. D C PAGE 39 5. A Correct 6. B Correct 7. B Correct 8. A Correct 9. B D PAGE 92 10. C Correct 11. B A PAGE 103 12. A Correct 13. A Correct 14. D Correct 15. D Correct 16. D Correct 17. A Correct 18. A Correct 19. B Correct 20. D Correct

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