Asia

  1. social studies HELP
    Prior to the destruction of the Second Temple, which of the following areas of the world contained Diaspora communities? A. Central Asia B. Great Britain C. Japan D. Southern Africa
  2. science
    1. Which of the following gases was most likely present in Earth’s earliest atmosphere? (1 point) nitrogen hydrogen argon oxygen**** 2. Which of the following statements accurately describes the development of the geologic time scale? (1 point) Scientists developed the ...
  3. Ugj
    Areas of southwest Asia like _________ Have moister climates where areas like ____________ Have arid climates. social studies 7th. Awnsers. Jordan and turkey. Isreal and Arabia. Turkey and northern Iran Arabia and western Iran. Btw awnsers you pick 2
  4. Social Studies
    Which feature of Greece’s geography explains the ancient Greeks’ need for trade? A. the mountainous landscape B. the dry summer climate C. the location along the seacoast D. the location along the boundary between Asia and Europe
  5. history
    How did trade with Asia impact Italy? Italians sought new reasons to extend the Crusades as they fulfilled their need for Asian goods. The Byzantine Empire secured its position by becoming a conduit of trade between Italy and the Middle East. The increased trade with Asia led ...
  6. American History
    What significance did the domination of southern Spain by the Umayyad Caliphate have on European culture? Spain became the center of Muslim culture due to the increased volume of art and architecture. Spaniards migrated to Africa to escape the invasion of the Umayyad Caliphate...
  7. History re.
    Who brought Islam to India? A. Turks from central Asia B. Mongols from eastern Asia C. Chola from southern India ~~ D. Persians from southwestern Asia Over which main point did Sunnis and Shias disagree? A. the role of women in Muslim society B. what should be included in the ...
  8. History
    What do the Five Pillars of Islam require Muslims to do five times a day? A. feast B. fast C. pray ~~ D. give charity Which of the following were common characteristics of Muslim architecture? A. adobe construction B. windowless buildings C. arches and domes ~~ D. flat roofs ...
  9. SocialStudies
    #2 What was a common theme shared by Mayan and Aztec civilizations? A. They traded fur with the Dutch and French. B. They were both interested in astronomy. C. They shared similar marriage customs. D. They were nomadic and traveled in clans.*** #3 What was the initial reason ...
  10. World History
    Which option critiques the factual accuracy of the summary? Read the summary. The earliest humans originated in northern Europe (1) and traveled south via land bridges to Asia and Africa (2). As people spread throughout the world, a shift from hunter-gather to farming occurred...
  11. social studies
    1. Drag and drop the events to arrange them from the event that occured first to the event that occured last. 3.Colonial leaders sign the Declaration of Independence. 2.British soldiers and American colonists clash in Massachusetts. 1.The members of the Continental Congress ...
  12. World geography grade 9
    4. Which of the statements below is an example of folk culture rather thean pop culture? A. The general population listens to rock music*** B. Many Irish participate in the St. Patrick Day parade. C. The general population uses plastic plates during picnic outings D. Members ...
  13. History
    How did Japan attempt to solve its economic troubles during the Great Depression? The Japanese government began to invest in less capital-intensive industries to reduce overhead and promote international trade. ..The collapse of the US stock market caused inflation of the ...
  14. World Geography
    1. What is the difference between race and ethnicity? A. Ethnicity is related to culture; race is related to biological ancestry. *** B. Ethnicity is determined scientifically; race is not C. People of the same ethnicity always share the same religion; people of the same race ...
  15. history
    Which most accurately describes the Vietnam War? a. Communism spreading in Southeast Asia led to a power struggle between the superpowers that escalated into an ongoing bloody conflict. b. The French occupiers of Vietnam allied with Communist Chinese forces to defend Southeast...
  16. english
    do not need answers,just some pointers for the reflection response on the speech. How does the exact date (not just general time period) impact an understanding of the speaker’s goal? How might it be different if the speech was given a few years before or a few years after? ...
  17. History
    How did Japan attempt to solve its economic troubles during the Great Depression? The Japanese government began to invest in less capital-intensive industries to reduce overhead and promote international trade. The collapse of the US stock market caused inflation of the ...
  18. history
    Which identifies continued French colonial interests following World War I? France exerted authority over its colonies through elevating local puppet dictators in an attempt to regain control. France supported self-determination movements to allow their colonies to reach ...
  19. history
    Which mostaccurately identifies a main difference between the revolutions led by Lenin and Gandhi? Lenin wanted to establish a Communist state, while Gandhi sought independence for India. Lenin wanted to establish a Communist state, while Gandhi fought to achieve socialist ...
  20. history
    Which most accurately explains how the Pacific nations of Vietnam and Indonesia became economic powers? They followed the Japanese model of success, and shipping became fast and affordable. They exploited the abundant natural resources of Southeast Asia to corner the ...
  21. Geography
    How have religion and politics affected Southwest Asia and Africa?
  22. Geography
    How have religion and politics affected Southwest Asia and Africa?
  23. Geography
    Despite all bad things that happen in Africa and Southwest Asia. What does the future look like for these realms?
  24. american History
    How did trade with Asia impact Italy? Italians sought new reasons to extend the Crusades as they fulfilled their need for Asian goods. The Byzantine Empire secured its position by becoming a conduit of trade between Italy and the Middle East. The increased trade with Asia led ...
  25. American History
    What significance did the domination of southern Spain by the Umayyad Caliphate have on European culture? Europeans became dependent on goods from the Middle East and Asia. Spaniards migrated to Africa to escape the invasion of the Umayyad Caliphate. Spain became the center of...
  26. american history
    What was the significance of the closing of the Silk Road? It gave Europeans the incentive to establish new overland trails into territories in Asia. It inspired Europeans to discover the hidden secret of creating their own silk textiles. It encouraged Europeans to develop ...
  27. Social Studies
    I feel as if the hardest challenges area olution one way to fix these is getting solar panels and renewable recources but those are expensive and in Southest Asia there are poor people who cant afford that so i think the government should help with that problem. No need to ...
  28. History
    Why was Vietnam key to the US curbing communism in Asia? a. None of these answers. b. Vietnam and the US had strong economic ties. c. Vietnam was a major supplier of rice to the United States. d. Vietnam had a direct tie to Japan which the US had thus far kept communism out of...
  29. English
    Choose incorrect if the sentence is punctuated incorrectly. Choose correct if it is punctuated correctly. 1: Gravel, crushed rock, cinder- these are used as ballast on railroad beds. Correct*** 2:Ben Franklin[noted statesmen, scientist, and philosopher] attended school for ...
  30. Social Studies
    How was Korea affected by the Japanese surrender in World War II. I need help please help me other questions I need help with two like Analyze how Islam spread along Southeast Asia's trade routes Why might Myanmar have a difficulty attracting foraging Investments
  31. Algebra
    1. Nine students ask to visit a college admissions counselor. Each scheduled visit includes one student. In how many ways can they be scheduled? **They can be arranged in 45,360 different ways.** 2. Evaluate 8P2 Using the permutation formula, **The answer is 8P2 = 56** 3. A ...
  32. ss more more more
    The United States had strong ties to north Africa and Southwest Asia. This region lies where that continents of Africa, Asia, in Europe meet. It is a region inhabited by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. As in past years, old conflicts in this region continued after 2000, in new ...
  33. Social Studies
    1. Why did Henry the Navigator sponsor voyages of exploration? A. To establish colonies in the Americas B. To find better trade routes to Asia C. To search for gold and other riches D. To engage in the triangular trade Please help me I have no idea!
  34. U.S History
    What did the first civilizations in Asia and Africa have in common? A. They had organized governments. B. They lacked social hierarchies. My answer is A is it correct?
  35. World history
    Why did Europeans sail across the Atlantic Ocean during the Age of Discovery? (Select all that apply.) A.European explorers tried to find oceanic routes to Asia to trade for spices. B.European explorers wanted to gain wealth and notoriety. C.European explorers attempted to ...
  36. reading
    The pangolin is a critically endangered mammal native to Africa and Asia. Due to their unique appearance, pangolins ate the most trafficked mammal on the planet. About the size of a cat, the body and tail of pangolins are covered by hard, overlapping scales made of keratin, ...
  37. history
    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect and defend democracy...
  38. Social Studies
    I need help in Social Studies for grades 5 through 7. Here is my question: What countries in the Middle-East/South-West Asia have little to no oil? I have been researching all over the internet for 2 hours straight and all I found was that Israel and Lebanon barely had any oil...
  39. History
    Read the statement. Finally, you have broader considerations that might follow what you would call the “falling domino” principle. You have a row of dominoes set up, you knock over the first one, and what will happen to the last one is the certainty that it will go over ...
  40. History
    Which was a primary motivation for the European extension of influence and control over territories in Asia? to extend the principles of democracy and human rights to push back against the growth of Communist ideology to gain access to raw materials and large, new markets to ...
  41. History
    How did Japan’s geography affect its relations with neighboring countries in the 1930s? a.Because it lacked resources, Japan occupied China and Indochina to secure agricultural land, coal, and iron. b.Because of Japan’s rich supply of silkworms, it was invaded and occupied...
  42. History
    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect and defend democracy...
  43. world history
    Which accurately describes Portugal’s motivation for funding explorations along the coast of Africa? to navigate around Africa to Asia and find the kingdom of Prester John to navigate around Africa and find the kingdom of Japan to navigate around Africa and find El Dorado, ...
  44. History
    Which option evaluates how imperialism influenced Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America? a.European powers took local resources from colonies and created a system of communism in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. b.The spread of European religion and language ...
  45. History
    Which was an effect of Russia’s desire for increased control of warm-water ports in the mid-19th century? A.Russian conquest of Siberia and Central Asia in order to gain access to Silk Road trade routes B.the scheduling of the Berlin Conference by Otto von Bismarck to ...
  46. geography
    In what common hemisphere are asia, africa, australia, and antarctica located? Eastern Hemisphere?? What sea can be found near the southern tip of Greenland? Labrador Sea?
  47. Sosial Studies
    Describe the political and cultural history of the Iran, Turkey, and Cyprus. ~~~My Answer~~~ Cyprus is an Island in Mediterranean Sea. Iran is Ringed in mountains with the Iranian Plateau in the middle. Turkey located on two continents, Europe and Asia. There is a king in Iran...
  48. Social Studies
    Athens, Sparta, and Troy are in which area? A. Egypt* B. Greece C. Asia Minor D. Greek Colonies May I get an answer?
  49. History
    What did the first civilization in Asia and Africa have in common? A They emerged along sea coast b. They had organized governments c. They lacked social hierarchies d. They practiced monotheism. My answer is D
  50. Geograph ( Help one question )
    Geographically, people in western Russia have tended to identify with Europe more than Asia because A) the soil is so similar. B) their languages are quite similar. C) the Mediterranean Sea connects them. D) the Ural Mountains seal them off from the rest of Asia.
  51. History
    How did European imperialism influence Asia? European nations overthrew local leaders to establish a trade network, which reduced the profitability of the Chinese tea industry. Lack of interest in European goods led to the distribution of opium, which caused a rise in drug ...
  52. History
    Which statement is true in the context of European exploration in Asia? A. Spain was the first European power to gain a foothold in Asia B. Portugal seized the island f Goa, making it their major military and commercial base C. For most of the 1500s, Portugal could not control...
  53. World History
    What were the social effects of the bubonic plague spreading from Asia to Europe? (Select all that apply.) Millions of European Christians fled to the Holy Land of Jerusalem. Approximately 30 percent of the Persian population was killed. Fathers would sacrifice their first-...
  54. History
    Which accurately describes the achievements of Amerigo Vespucci and his role during the Age of Discovery? He was an English explorer who was granted a charter by Queen Elizabeth and established the first European colonies in Virginia. He proved the New World was a separate ...
  55. History
    What were the history and purpose of the Dutch East India Company? (Select all that apply.) The Dutch East India Company received a royal charter in 1606 by King James I and established the first British colony in North America. The Dutch East India Company received a charter ...
  56. History
    Which accurately describes how spices impacted the Age of Discovery? The papacy banned spices discovered in South America because the Church believed they caused hysteria and immoral behavior. European monarchs sought to control the spice trade with Asia to grow their wealth ...
  57. S.S
    how have geographic conditions most impacted South Asia's economic activities 1)Lack of arable land has made farming impossible 2) Difficult terrain has led people to rely on forest resources 3)Inadequate rainfall has encouraged people to develop irrigation methods 4)Seasonal ...
  58. History
    European nations were not the only ones exploring the open seas during the Age of Discovery (1). Chinese explorer Admiral Zheng He navigated the Indian Ocean a total of seven times (2). Between 1405 and 1433, Admiral He helped strengthen trade routes and cultivated Chinese ...
  59. Social Studies
    Why has Mongolia's economic growth been weaker than the economic growth of Taiwan and China? The Han dynasty began the practice of teaching Confucianism in China's schools. What lesson would Han rulers want students to learn from this practice? How do mountains influence where...
  60. Social studies
    Which theory of migration states that people sailed down the West coast of North America to make settlements? A) European Migration theory B) Northern Asia Coastal theory C) Bering Land Bridge theory D) Polynesian theory
  61. World History
    Why did the pope order the First Crusade in 1095? A) to spread Christianity and the power of the Catholic Church in East Asia B) to defend European Christians on pilgrimage to Jerusalem C) to gain access to spices controlled by the Arab Empire in North Africa D) to reclaim ...
  62. SS
    Throughout the 1900s, many countries in Africa and Asia gained independence from European colonial powers. India is one of these countries, having gained their independence from Britain in 1947. Why did people in India want independence? In what ways was India's independence ...
  63. Social Studies
    1. Why did Xerxes want to conquer Greece? a. to increase his country's wealth b. to win glory c. for revenge d. all of these** 2. Xerxes was king of a. Athens b. Persia** c. Delos d. Crete 3. The Greeks won the Battle of Salamis because their ships a. could move around quickly...
  64. history
    What body of water lies SOUTH of Asia Minor?
  65. History
    Which options accurately describe actions taken by Catholic Reformers to lead the Counter-Reformation against Protestant teaching? (Select all that apply.) A)The Roman Catholic Church composed and distributed the “95 Theses” to describe the Catholic-reformation initiatives...
  66. History
    Which options accurately describe actions taken by Catholic Reformers to lead the Counter-Reformation against Protestant teaching? (Select all that apply.) A)The Roman Catholic Church composed and distributed the “95 Theses” to describe the Catholic-reformation initiatives...
  67. History
    Which options accurately describe actions taken by Catholic Reformers to lead the Counter-Reformation against Protestant teaching? (Select all that apply.) A)The Roman Catholic Church composed and distributed the “95 Theses” to describe the Catholic-reformation initiatives...
  68. History
    Which accurately describes the accomplishments of Admiral Zheng He during Asia’s Age of Discovery? admiral Zheng he navigated o present-day Madagascar and helped expand the chines empire into Africa admiral zheng navigated the pacific ocean and helped to strengthen Chinese ...
  69. History
    Which accurately describes the accomplishments of Admiral Zheng He during Asia’s Age of Discovery? admiral Zheng he navigated o present-day Madagascar and helped expand the chines empire into Africa admiral zheng navigated the pacific ocean and helped to strengthen Chinese ...
  70. History
    Which accurately describes exploration events of Sir Francis Drake? drake found a northwest passage to Asia through present-day Canada drake sailed to the new world and founded the colony of Jamestown drake sailed north along the coast of Greenland to find a passage to Asia
  71. History
    Which accurately describes the purpose and history of the Dutch East India Company? the dutch east India company was granted a monopoly of the spice trade by the Dutch government and subsequently owned its own military and colonies in the Pacific the dutch east India company ...
  72. History
    Which accurately describes life events of explorer Hernando de Soto?  Fernando de Soto led the first successful expedition to the Polynesian islands including Tahiti Fernando de Soto led expeditions through the attic looking for the southwest passage to Asia Fernando de Soto ...
  73. History
    What was the purpose of the Dutch East Indian Company? it was the worlds largest shipping company in the 16th century and was located in Holland it was a ship-building company in India that was financed and run by the Dutch government it was a multination corporation used to ...
  74. History
    Which best describes the reason for increased European sailing voyages during the Age of Discovery?Which best describes the reason for increased European sailing voyages during the Age of Discovery? explorers were seeking to find the lost ark of the covenant explores were ...
  75. History
    Which accurately describes how spices impacted the Age of Discovery? the Japanese declared in the age of isolationism and declared in spices imported from China illegal the papacy banned spices discovered in South America because the church believed they caused hysteria and ...
  76. History
    How did spices impact exploration efforts during the Age of Discovery the papacy ordered exploration efforts and crusades against eastern European nations that condoned cooking with Muslim spices asian sices are believed to cure ailments caused by the bubonic plaque, resulting...
  77. History
    Which accurately describe events in the life of explorer Sir Walter Raleigh? (Select all that apply.) sir Walt Raleigh was charged with treason and beheaded England king James 1 sir Walt Raleigh led expeditions to South America to look for the fabled gold city of el dorado sir...
  78. History
    Why did Europeans sail across the Atlantic Ocean during the Age of Discovery? (Select all that apply.) european explorers attempted to claim new lands for the Byzantine empire european explores attempted to claim new lands or the Carolingian dynasty european explorers wanted ...
  79. History
    European countries sought new territory and expanded trade markets during the Age of Exploration (1). In particular, when the Ottoman Empire seized control of Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul, Turkey), it blocked European trade ships traveling to Asia and parts of North ...
  80. History
    The need to find new routes to the spice markets of Asia was a major determining factor in many early voyages during the Age of Discovery (1). However, it was more than the quest for spices that inspired these voyages (2). As new continents and islands were discovered, ...
  81. History
    Which most accurately describes Kublai Khan’s role in trade between the Mongol Empire and European markets? Kublai Khan’s waged war with the Ottoman empire in the near east, resulting in the closing of the silk road which stopped the flow of goods across Asia Kublai Khan...
  82. History
    Which geographic locations did the Arab Empire control through the year AD 750? italy, France, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Slovenia spain (Iberia), North Africa, and the near east eastern European, Russia, and North Asia rwanda, congo,angola, zambia, and zimbabwe i think it b
  83. history
    Which accurately describes historical events of the Han Dynasty? during the han dynasty, emperor qin shi huang began building the great wall of china during the han dynasty, historian believe the l ching, a fortune telling guide, was written during the dynasty, trade prospered...
  84. world history
    how did sapiens reach north america from africe? A they sailed from the west coast of africe to the east coast of north america. B they sailed from the southern tip of africe to south america. C they went through asia and crossed a land bridge into north america. D they went ...
  85. Social studies
    Where do most people in southwest Asia live and why
  86. social studies
    where do people live in sw asia? Why? and what goes into choosing where you live?
  87. Social studies
    2. According to the map, how did people first arrive in North America? (A). They traveled by boat from Africa. (B). They sailed across the Atlantic ocean. (C). They migrated from South America to North America. (D). They walked or paddled from Asia to North America.*** 3. ...
  88. SS
    The people of East Africa traded with A. China, India, and Southwest Asia B. Songhai C. Europe and the Americas D. Portugal
  89. social studies
    The port cities of East Africa traded with ? 1)China,India, and Soutwest Asia 2)Songhai 3)Europe and the Americas 4)Portugal I think number 1. I have read the text several times but still not sure. Thanks for your help.
  90. Social Studies
    For their part, native Americans introduced Europeans, Africans, and agent to new foods, customs, and ideas. After 1492, elements of native American ways of life gradually spread around the world. Sadly, disease also spread from the Americans to Europe and other parts of the ...
  91. World History
    How did the Fertile Crescent's location help with the development of the Hebrew civilization? A. offered connection to Asia, Africa, and Europe B. possessed few natural barriers C. became a meeting place for people and ideas**** D. accessed the Mediterranean Sea
  92. history
    How do you think this resolution influenced later u.s. policy in southeast asia? gulf of tonkin resolution?
  93. Geography
    In southwest asia most people live?
  94. History
    What was the president empowered to do in Southeast Asia ? During the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
  95. World History
    1. Which inference is best supported by pacific rim nations? A. Chinese communist policies have been accepted Across Asia. B. The tension between China and Japan has increases recent decades. C. The modernization of many East Asian economies has been successful. D. The Unites ...
  96. History
    "We came by steerage on a steamship in a very dark place that smelt dreadfully. There were hundreds of other people packed in with us, men, women and children, and almost all of them were sick. It took us twelve days to cross the sea, and we thought we should die, but at last ...
  97. ss
    In what way is the government of the United Kingdom similar to that of the United States? A) Both have a head of government that is a member of the legislative branch. B) Neither government has a formal set of written laws as a framework. C) Both have seen their powers ...
  98. Social Studies urgent
    All of these were inspirations for 15th Century European exploration of the Western Hemisphere EXCEPT A) the desire to spread Christianity B) the desire to conquer India and China C) the desire to establish new trade routes to Asia D) to search for basic resources and land ...
  99. S.Studies
    What do many political conflicts in South Asia have in common? MY ANSWER: I think that they all have many problems with terroristic attacks, military enforcement, border control and personal freedoms. Many of the countries in South Asia have problems with controlling ...
  100. Social Studies
    1.What was North Korea's response to president George W. Bush's 2001 threat to stop negotiations? A.North Korea immediately gave into his list of conditions B.North Korea resumed to nuclear program C.North Korea sought the help of the United National D.North Korea finally ...
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