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3.What is the current political status of Australia and New Zealand?

A.
Both remain British colonies and members of the British Commonwealth of Nations.

B.
Australia is independent; New Zealand is still a British colony.

C.
New Zealand is independent; Australia is still a British colony.

D.
Both nations are independent but belong to the British Commonwealth of Nations.***

4.In terms of population, how does Papua New Guinea differ from other the Pacific islands?

A.
It has a large population.

B.
It has low population density.

C.
Its population is mostly urban.

D.
It has a diverse population.***

5.Which of the following statements describes a difference between the political systems of Australia and New Zealand?

A.
Australia is a constitutional monarchy; New Zealand is a democracy.***

B.
Australia's entire territory is ruled directly by the central government; New Zealand is divided into states.

C.
In Australia, citizens are required by law to vote in elections; in New Zealand, voting is not required.

D.
Australia does not have a written constitution; New Zealand has a written constitution.

6.Economically, how do the Pacific island countries differ from Australia and New Zealand?

A.
They have higher GDPs per capita.

B.
They rely more heavily on tourism.

C.
They have more natural resources.***

D.
They depend more on agriculture.

7.How did the Aborigines’ religious beliefs affect their way of life?

A.
Priests became powerful tribal leaders.

B.
They migrated to other islands to spread their religion.

C.
They believed that it was their responsibility to care for the land.***

D.
They believed that they had a right to farm the land and use its resources.

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  1. i need help i got the first cople im not sure about this

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  2. If the answers to these questions are not clear after reading your text, then you should look them up via Google. That's what any tutors here would have to do since we're all in the US and Canada.

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  3. i did look them up i didnt find them i just need a little help with 7 and 6

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  4. 6=B
    7=C

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  5. so does anyone know the answers.

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  6. 1) convicted prisoners
    2) New Zealand= led by a prime minister, most government decisions made at a national level. Australia= Led by a prime minister, federal structure includes national and individual state governments
    3) D
    4) A
    5) C
    6) B
    7) C

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  7. I am not following i had the same problem @###knifes out like your name bru

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  8. ypur answers a re right, but i got 88% i clicked the wrong one =-(

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  9. how do you know if these answer are right? :(

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