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1. During the late 18th and mid-19th centuries, Europeans and North Americans were attracted to nearby coastal waters due to potential economic gains from?

A.) Catching trout and cod fish.
B.) Catching seals and whales.
C.) Shipbuilding.
D.) Finding riches and unexplored islands.

2. Islanders living in Beqa, Fiji, Live primarily.

A.) By hunting and eating meat.
B.) By fishing and cultivating tara.
C.) By gathering nuts for exports.
D.) By eating plants.

3. This geographic feature is a primary reason for a budding economy on Cook Island.

A.) Beautiful beaches and pleasant climate.
B.) Beautiful volcanoes.
C.) Tropical plants.
D.) Unique population of fish.

4. The discovery of _________________ caused the creation of new Australian towns.

A.) Jewels & Diamonds.
B.) Bronze pottery.
C.) Gold & Mineral deposits.
D.) Furs.

5. Which natural resource is not a common and highly important food source throughout the Pacific Island?

A.) Bananas.
B.) Cattle.
C.) Pork.
D.) Taro root.

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    I'll be glad to check your answers.

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    Ms.Sue, is number 5. B ?

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    Yes.

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

    Are these correct?

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    1. wrong
    2. I don't know. The main economic activity is tourism.
    3. Correct
    4. Correct

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    Thank You, Ms.Sue!

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    You're welcome, Kaitlyn.

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    1. During the late 18th and mid-19th centuries, Europeans and North Americans were attracted to nearby coastal waters due to potential economic gains from (1 point)catching trout and cod fish.
    catching seals and whales.
    shipbuilding.
    finding riches on unexplored islands.






    2. Islanders living in Beqa, Fiji, live primarily
    (1 point)by hunting and eating meat.
    by fishing and cultivating tara.
    by gathering nuts for export.
    by eating plants.






    3. This geographic feature is the primary reason for a budding economy on Cook Island. (1 point)beautiful beaches and pleasant climates
    beautiful volcanoes
    tropical plants
    unique population of fish






    4. The discovery of _____________ caused the creation of new Australian towns.
    (1 point)jewels and diamonds
    bronze pottery
    gold and mineral deposits
    furs






    5. Which natural resource is not a common and highly important food source cthroughout the Pacific Islands? (1 point)bananas
    cattle
    pork
    taro root






    6. Which geographic feature of Cook Island benefits the growth of crops? (1 point)fertile, volcanic soil
    dry climate
    proximity to the ocean
    infrequent sunlight supports the growth of shade plants.






    7. Which of the following is the basis of the traditional Aborigine economy? (1 point)farming
    industry
    mining
    hunting and gathering

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    1.B
    2.B
    3.A
    4.C
    5.B
    6.A
    7.D

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