social studies

1.
Drag each idea to the thinker that would agree with it the most. Ideas can be used once or not at all.

The best way for a nation to increase wealth is to remove all barriers to trade. added to
The power to rule a country is given by God alone, and the monarch should be treated as God's chosen representative.


When societies form governments, people give up some of their rights in exchange for law and order.

John Locke

People have rights as soon as they are born, and the government has a duty to protect these rights.


Baron de Montesquieu

Tyranny is unavoidable when one person or group holds too much governmental power.


Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Religious wars have caused enough damage. Everyone should be allowed to practice their own religion.


Adam Smith

The best way for a nation to increase wealth is to remove all barriers to trade.
(those where my answers plz check)

2.
Select the correct descriptions in the table. Descriptions may be used more than once.

Peter the Great:

Catherine the Great:

fought Poland and the Ottoman empire to gain land in Eastern Europe

fought Sweden to gain access to the Baltic

won access to the Black Sea

sent explorers across the Bering Sea to North America
(my answer is check 1,3,4 for Catherine, and check 2 and 4 for Peter)

3.
Question 3 of 20
Select the correct descriptions for each ruler in the table. Descriptions may be used once, twice, or not at all.

Maria Theresa

Frederick II

led the army to victories over Austria and expanded territory

allowed freedom of speech

improved the nation's tax system

supported the use of vaccines for illness

(my answer: check 1 and 2 for fredrick and 3 and 4 for Maria)

4.
Read the quotation.



“The state of monarchy is the supremest thing upon earth; for kings are not only God's lieutenants upon earth, and sit upon God's throne, but even by God himself are called gods.”

―King James I, Works (1609)



Which of the following people would have been most likely to agree with this statement?

A.
Oliver Cromwell

B.
Louis XIV

C.
William of Orange

D.
John Locke

(my answer is b)

5.
Drag and drop the events related to Peter the Great’s efforts to modernize Russia. Place the earliest event at the top and the latest event at the bottom.

Peter began a number of reforms in Russia.

Peter took a long trip to Western Europe.

Peter built a new capital city.

(my answer is already there, I put them in the order I think)

6. (short answer)
Read the quotation.



“The [collection] of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands . . . may justly be [called] the very definition of tyranny. . . .

. . . it will be proper to investigate the sense in which the [protection] of liberty requires that the three great departments of power should be separate and distinct.”

—James Madison, The Federalist Paper No. 47 (1788)



James Madison was the fourth president of the United States and one of the nation’s Founding Fathers.

Which Enlightenment thinker most likely influenced the ideas presented in this quotation by Madison? Explain what this thinker believed and how his ideas relate to the quotation.
(for this one number 6, I simply dont want the whole answer given to me, I would just like to understand the basic concept. I think the thinker is maybe Montesquie? correct me if im wrong and plz give me a little bit of info to understand the question im not wanting to cheat or copy an answer)

7.
What is the correct sequence of events related to Spain’s rise as a major world power? Place the earliest event at the top and the latest event at the bottom.

The Spanish claim colonies in the Americas.

The Spanish take gold and silver from the Americas.

Gold and silver fund Spain's “golden century.”

(again I placed them in the order I think is right already)

8.
How did Charles I show his intention of ignoring the 1628 Petition of Right?

A.
by refusing to sign it

B.
by dissolving Parliament

C.
by forming the Church of England

D.
by ending the Commonwealth
(my answer is b)

9.
Read the quotation.



“There never will be complete equality until women themselves help to make laws and elect lawmakers.”

―Susan B. Anthony, 1897



Which of the following Enlightenment thinkers would have been most likely to agree with this statement?

A.
Rousseau

B.
Wollstonecraft

C.
Voltaire

D.
Locke
(my answer is a)

10.
Which of the following factors contributed the most to the increase of Spanish power in Europe in the late 1500s?

A.
the steady supply of wealth flowing into Spain from its colonies in the Americas

B.
the near-constant warfare it waged in Europe defending Catholicism

C.
its traditional, agriculturally-based economy

D.
a decisive victory over the mighty English navy
(my answer is a)

there are more questions in the test as well

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To all of those who believe im cheating, Im simply not, I would just like
you to check my answers. Thx for understanding. Help will be greatly appreciated. God bless all of you.
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  1. someone plz help me.....:(

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  2. Since this is a complete test (and you've probably violated the copyright by posting it here), no one here is going to read and check all these answers.

    If you've done your studying well, then turn it in. After all, a test is supposed to indicate what YOU learned, not what anyone else knows.

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  3. wait so is she right

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  4. someone I need help T^T

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  5. That was a nice thing to say to someone who's asking for help and u assume they didnt study and should have bot a easy for some and its important to remember everyone dosnt learn the same and some are stronger in different things so to assume they didnt study rite off isnt rite to do. Just saying .

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  6. @Cnoneya, Right * didn't * you * didn't * bad grammar and spelling in general *

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  8. 1. John locker: “People have rights as soon as they’re born, and the government has a duty to protect these rights”. Barón de Montesquieu: “Tyranny is unavoidable when one person or group holds too much governmental power”. Jean Jacques: “When societies form governments, people give up some of their rights in exchange for law and order.” Adam Smith: “The best way for a nation to increase wealth is to remove all barriers to trade”.
    2. Fought Poland and the Ottoman Empire to gain land in Eastern Europe (Catherine the great). Fought Sweden to gain access to the Baltic (Peter, The Great). Won access to the Black Sea (Catherine, The Great). Sent explorers across the Bering Sea to North America. (Both)
    3. Led the Army to victories over Austria and expanded territory. ( Fredrick the second). Allowed freedom of speech ( Fredrick the Second). Improved the nation's tax system ( Marisa Theresa).
    Supported the use of vaccines for illnesses (Marisa Theresa).
    4. B
    5. Peter took a long trip to Western Europe, Peter began a number of reforms in Russia, & Peter built a new capital city.
    6. Do it on your own
    7. The answer is The Spanish can colonies in the Americas
    The Spanish take gold and silver from the Americas
    Gold and silver fund Spain's "golden century"
    8. B
    9. B
    10. A
    11. D
    12. Parliament asks Charles the second to become king, James the second becomes king of England, Parliament urges Mary & William the second to force the king from power, & The English King is overthrown.
    13. D
    14. Henry IV: Goal was a “chicken in every pot”: Was a Huguenot who converted to Catholicism. Cardinal Richelieu: Ruled France as chief adviser to the king: Reduced the power of local nobles.
    15. Supported of the Arts by Louis XIV: Supported Schools that taught the Arts and Sciences, Expanded royal palaces,
    Supported French writers of plays, & Hired famous architects to design and decorate royal palaces.
    16. C
    17. A
    18. D
    19. Do it on your own
    20. Do it on your own

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  9. having a mental break down on 18-20

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  10. Are his answers correct?

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  11. I am stuck on 19

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  12. could some one help just a little with the do it urself ones ?

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  13. How were the ideas of Enlightenment thinkers influenced by the Scientific Revolution?

    How was Adam Smith's position about the necessity of free trade and free markets different from how many national economies operated during this period?

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