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Social Studies
What about the political rivalries between empires in Europe made North American exploration so appealing?

History
1: Assume the Chilean peso is decreasing in exchange value compared to the U.S. dollar. Who will benefit most in this situation? A Chilean company that imports oil from Venezuela A Chilean family visiting relatives in the United States A Chilean exporter who sells fruits and ...

Socials 9
what social values would have led jacques cartier to kidnap the sons of his iroquois hosg at the Gaspé Peninsula and take them to Europe?

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 ...

Geography (Europe)
I'm doing a project in Social Studies about the "new" products in Europe that include: Compass Porcelain Silk Cloth Gunpowder Spices Tea In order to receive full credit, I must include: Name of item Slogan for item How it changed life in Europe And I must do this for each. I ...

World history
Which of the following was one reason that World War II alliances broke down following the end of the conflict? Britain refused to impose reparations on Germany and other aggressor nations France refused to permit socialist parties to participate in government Roosevelt ...

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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 ...

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France and Britain were able to avoid the worst of the Great Depression because A) their colonies were required to purchase goods from them.**** B) neither had any significant involvement in international trade. C) the Great Depression affected only the United States, not ...

Social Stuidies
What was happening in Europe during the 1600s which caused Europeans to explore new trade routes? A) A period of religious revival was beginning. B) The enlightenment created a spirit of adventure.*** C) Political pressure pushed many to leave Europe for new lands. D) The ...

SS check plz
If governments around Europe reduced funding for primary and secondary schools, which of these would be the MOST likely to be the result? A) Europeans would take more vacations. B) Europeans' standard of living would decrease. **** C) Europe would export more "high tech" ...

Social Studies
What was a common thread in the fall of communist regimes throughout Eastern Europe? A) a decline in education and health care******* B) poor economies and demands for more rights C) a lack of strong leaders in communist governments D) support for military alliance with the ...

Social Studies
Which of these is a natural result of specialization? A)Isolation is caused by specialization. B)When people specialize they become rich. C)Specialization leads to interdependence.*** D)Specialization leaves people worse off than without. Why were the Europeans able to drive ...

business mathematics
You are planning to go to Europe 4 years from now and have agreed to set aside RM200 each month for trip. If you deposit this money at the end of month into savings account paying interest at the rate of 8%/year compounded monthly, how much money will be in your travel fund at...

Social Studies Please Check Answer
Why did the US most likely offer economic aid to Russia and Eastern Europe during the 1990s? A) to encourage them to break ways from the Soviet Union B) to politically dominate new governments in the region C) to help stable democratic governments emerge in the region***** D) ...

Social Studies Check Answers Please
What was a common thread in the fall of communist regimes throughout Eastern Europe? A) a decline in education and health care B) poor economies and demands for more rights C) a lack of strong leaders in communist governments D) support for military alliance with the United ...

US HISTORY
1. How did the Iranian Revolution impact the United States? 2. What was Ronald Reagan’s view on the US government? 3. What are the Moral Majority and the “Contract with America?” 4. What did the falling communist regimes in Eastern Europe have in common? 5. Define “...

Social Studies help ASAP!!!
1. Which inference can best be made about the rule of the tsars? a. Their power relied on the oppression of a large number of people b. They maintained power through strong military leadership c. Their rule threatened the more democratic ideals of Western Europe d. They ruled ...

Social studies
3) Why were the Europeans able to drive Australia's Aborigines off the best land and into the dry interior? A) The Europeans paid the Aborigines a large amount of money. B) The Europeans had better military technology and equipment. C) The Aborigines were nomadic and did not ...

history
Please check my answers, thanks :) 1.Which of the following decisions best shows the us government's willingness to participate in the global economy? A.relocating domestic jobs to foreign countries B.joining the world trade organization. C. Decreasing spending in ...

Social studies
Which of the following contributed to the collapsed of communism. In Europe

Social Studies
"If we intend to stay hands off to the powers of europe, then sooner or later we must keep to ourselves" What future US policy toward Latin America is suggested by this quotation from Theodore Roosevelt? I was thinking the answer would be: The united states would remain ...

history
what was the relationship between politics and religion in medieval Europe.

geography
1. Which of the following is an example of a refugee? a student who moves to Europe to study art a Jewish person who moves to America to escape the Nazis during World War II a family who comes to America to find work*** 2. Example of (an) immigrant(s)? a student who moves to ...

History
Was the U.S. successful in stopping the spread of communism in Europe prior to 1950?

apush
20 reasons for European exploration in 15th and 16th century? I have to get 20 but i can't find any other reason. Please read what i have and try to think of what i can put on the list. ⦁ Fall of Constantinople to muslim ottoman turks. Constantinople connected europe and ...

SS
How did the fall of communism most impact people in Eastern Europe economically A) Privatization has allowed them to become entrepreneurs.*** B) Greater freedoms have enabled collective farming. C) Democratic elections have ensured more representative government. D) The market...

Social Studies
Which statement best reflects the relationship between communism and religious faith in Eastern Europe? a) Communism encouraged the spread of religious devotion. b) Religious life increased with the end of communism as state restrictions relaxed. c) Religious diversity ...

Algebra Word Problem
During summer vacation, c children went to different destinations with their parents. 36% of the children went to Europe and 24 children to Asia. The rest of the children went to South America. How many children went to South America?

Social Studies
Please help me find products that changed Europe during the Renaissance along with a slogan, thank you I really need help.

georgraphy
What is considered to be the largest mountain-free area in Russia? By what other name is the Russian Plain known? How many time zones does Russia currently have? Russia is located only 50 miles from which US state? Describe the relative location of Russia in terms of: ...

Social Studies
"But assuming that national identities will persist, can a European identity be built alongside them or over them? Is there such an identity, and if not, is it desirable? Is there, or can there be, such a thing as European patriotism." Based on this excerpt, what is the main ...

Social Studies
what religious, economic, and political events led to the development of western Europe?

social studies
What circumstance had the most direct impact on European colonization of Caribbean South America? 1) the slave trade in Africa 2) the fur trade n Europe 3) piracy in the Caribbean Sea 4) rumors of gold in El Dorado I think 4 but not sure Thanks for your help

Social Studies
Which of the following was a reason for the Cold War? A. East and West Berlin were divided. B. Stalin prevented free elections in Eastern Europe. C. There was mutual distrust between the Soviets and Americans.*** D. Italian communist won seats in the Italian parliament. ***My ...

Social Studies
1. Why can families like Yasmin's easily move from place to place in Europe? (1 point) A Sweden and Spain are ruled by the same government, so residents are citizens of both places. B European university students may study wherever they wish regardless of their nationality. C ...

English
1. I was wondering, what's the best way to travel around Europe? 2. I was wondering what's the best way to travel around Europe. (Which one is gramatical?) 3. Hello? - Hello. It's Mark. - Hi, Mark. How are you? ------------------------------ This is a telephone conversation. ...

US History UGGGH
Sorry another question I am struggling with finding information in my text and on the web. Some things I am reading seem to be that the answer is d, all of the above. I know that Stalin wanted forces on the East front, but the Allies said it wasn't possible. Stalin also didn't...

Social Studies
What was Truman's response when communism began spreading beyond the soviet-run eastern Europe? A. He made a plea to the united nations to adopt the policy of containment B. He sent in military to the soviet union to pressure them to contain communism C. He began a program ...

social studies
In Medieval Europe areas like England, France, the Papal States, the Holy Roman Empire, and the Byzantine Empire had a different leader. Why do you think Europe had no single government during the Middle Ages? So I was kind of thinking that maybe it was because the area was so...

Social Studies
Question 1 (1 point) How have residents of Canada's eastern coast dealt with changes in the fishing industry? a They have banned aquaculture. b They concentrated on other economic activities. c They have completely given up fishing. d They only fish for cod. Question 2 (1 ...

Social studies
1)What is one example of the way a rise in productivity during the 19 fifties improve the standard of living in the United States? A) I gave workers more time off B) it led to Sharp increase in urbanization***** C) it led to the end discrimination in the United States D) it ...

World History
Which of the following was one effect of the failure of Germany’s Schlieffen Plan to quickly defeat France? A. Germany had to fight the war on both the Eastern and the Western Front. B. Germany was not able to bring Austria-Hungary into the war as its ally. C. Germany was ...

World History
+How was imperialism a cause of World War I? A. Rivalry over overseas territories increased tensions in Europe. B. Colonies' efforts to gain independence increased tensions in Europe. C. Alliances among overseas territories increased tensions in Europe. D. Efforts to stimulate...

History
All the following were causes of the U.S. isolationism in the 1930's except A:The economic troubles of the Great Depression B:The findings of the Nye Committee C:The passage of the Neutrality Acts*** D:The rise of totalitarian regimes in Europe Is this correct?

History
How did the outcome of the Battle of Midway influence the course of WWII? A: Discouraged U.S. troops in the Pacific, contributing to the decision to focus on Europe. B:Enraged the Japanese public, leading to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. C:It ended American involvement in the ...

Social Studies
What led to increased trade between Europe and Asia? A. The Black Death B. The hundred year war C. The Crusades D. The Reconquista

English
1. I was wondering, what's the best way to travel around Europe? 2. I was wondering, what's the best way to travel around Europe. 3. I was wondering what's the best way to travel around Europe. 4. I was wondering what's the best way to travel around Europe...

SS
Why did Britain and France adopt a policy of appeasement when meeting with Hitler at the Munich conference A They knew he had an agreement with the Soviet union over Poland B they were led to believe he wouldn't try to take any more territory in Europe Cthey assumed the ...

Social Studies
3. General Eisenhower was the leader of what coordinate effort of the Allies during the war? A. defeating Germany on the Eastern Front at the Battle of Stalingrad B. organizing the meeting for the Potsdam Declaration C. Coordinating a naval attack to end the German submarine ...

Creating High-Quality Centers
Which of the following statements concerning infants and music is true? A. Babies aren't instinctive music makers; instead, they need to be taught to create and respond to music. B. Lullabies are found only in cultures originating in Europe, so they might not be appropriate in...

Social Studies
2. How did the American Expeditionary Forces help Allies win the war? A. They convinced German troops to rebel against their leaders. B. They had secret talks with the German kaiser, which eventually led to an armistice C. They assisted the French and British troops in the ...

Social studies
What is the most exact location of southwest Asia? A) west of china and east of the United States B) across the Atlantic Ocean C) near Europe and Africa D) between the mediterranean and Arabian seas

Social Studies
Quote: We seek no conquest. All we ask is to be let alone." - Jefferson Davis According to this quote, which statement best summarizes the South's agenda? ~ to continue their way of life unchanged *** ~ to accept changes to the plantation system ~ to change the South's borders...

Social Studies
13. From 1914-1916 as war raged in Europe what was one reason it was difficult for America to remain netrual? a. Alliance required that the u.s get involed in foregin affairs b. newspaper encouraged a policy of expansionism c. th warning powers interfered with the u.s right to...

social studies
Check my answers please Which of the following is the best example of the growing fear of communism and foreigners that America was experiencing in the 1920s? 1. labor unions losing supporters 2. the john scopes trial 3. the harlem renaissance 4. the sacco and vanzetti trial ...

Histor;y
Which of the following is the best example of how some Americans responded to disillusionment after World War I? A Fans flocked to baseball games. B American observers attended the League of Nations. C Writers moved to Europe as expatriates. D Oakies moved to California as ...

Social Studies
1 Which of the following was among President Wilson's fourteen points? A Disarm all major powers B Form a league of Nations C Create an alliance with Germany D Make or European countries repay their debts 2 What was the main purpose of President Wilson's fourteen points? A To ...

Social Studies
1 Which of the following was among President Wilson's fourteen points? A Disarm all major powers B Form a league of Nations C Create an alliance with Germany D Make or European countries repay their debts 2 What was the main purpose of President Wilson's fourteen points? A To ...

social studies
in this question which was the main cause of the great migration to the United States in the 1800s and early 1900s. a. the need for workers in the US b. political unrest in Europe c. religious persecution in Eastern Europe d. scarcity of land and money I really think its a but...

social studies
Which was the main idea of the great migration to the United States in the late 1800s and early 1900s? 1)the need for workers in the U.S. 2)political unrest in Europe 3)religious persecution in Eastern Europe 4)scarcity of land and money******

American Government
Do you think our country's history would be different if the Articles of Confederation had remained as our constitution? yes, I do think our country's history would be different if the Articles had remained as our Constitution. Power was given to the states, not the government...

Social Studies
What was the main purpose od President Wilson's Fourteen Points? A. To assist the leaders of Europe to gain additional territory from Germany B. To divide Germany into several small parts so it would not be a treat C. To gain reparations from Germany to help pay for the war D...

Social Studies
Which of the following statements about the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) is true? A. The AEF broke the stalemate in favor of the allies B. Due to the lateness of its arrival in Europe, the AEF saw relatively little combat C. Because of its inexperience, the AEF proved ...

Social Studies
Which of the following was a reason in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? A. To develop closer political ties with Europe B. To open China to provide the United States with needed materials C. To support peacekeeping efforts in Europe D. To acquire new markets and sources...

History
Your answer 8.5 (C) 1. The Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans emerged as separate political parties partly as a result of disagreement over — * 5 points how the nation should develop economically whether to enforce the Monroe Doctrine how the nation should admit new ...

History
How did spices change life in europe?

History
3.How did Spanish colonies differ from French and English colonies? a.Missionaries sought to convert Native Americans to Christianity b.Peninsulares and creoles banned the slave trade, calling it immoral. c.The encomienda system subjected native peoples to forced labor. d.The ...

Social Studies
How could the North's factories be considered an advantage? A. The factories could sell surplus goods to Europe for money B. The factories could be converted to making supplies for the army C. The factories could get cotton from the West instead D. The factories could use ...

History
Which economic activity did relations between Europe and Ming China most likely encourage? the development of colonial sugar plantations ......... the export of enslaved Africans the growth of the fur trade in New France the search for gold in the Americas

History
Which motivation helped drive Columbus’s pursuit of a westward sea route from Europe to Asia? A)the need to find a northwest passage to the Pacific***** B)the impassable mountains and desert along the eastward land route C)the interest in exploring new continents to the ...

Help -Social Impact of Technology
Marge maintains that there is no direct correlation between population density and poverty. Mason argues that population density is normally associated with poverty and political instability. Who is correct? A. Marge and Mason are both incorrect. B. Marge and Mason are both ...

Geography
Which of the following are true of Barcelona? (more than one answer) Catalán is spoken there.*** It is one of the major ports of Europe.*** It is noted for its famous artists.*** It has the best Renfe station in Spain. Am I right? Thanks!

AP Language-Inductive/Deductive
These are pretty hard, at least to me. Please help me check my answers. 1. Most luxuries, and the so-called comforts of life, are not only indispensable, but positive hinderances to the elevation of mankind. With respects to luxuries and comforts, the wisest have ever lived a ...

Social Studies Pretest Lesson 1 Unit 7
1: Why is urbanization associated with the Industrial Revolution? A:The expansion of family farms refocused the nation on agriculture. B:The concentration of factories in cities brought job opportunities. C: Settlers expanded the frontier West of the Mississippi river. D: ...

history
1.What event led to the U.S. purchase of the Louisiana Territory? A)The burning of a U.S. Navy ship in the First Barbary War B)The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Marbury vs. Madison C)The successful Haitian slave revolt **D)Napoleon losing money in his European wars 2.Why ...

History
Would someone please give some reputable sources for history of smallpox in Europe and China. I am writing a paper on it. My thesis is There are similarities in the devastation, experts and vaccination in the regions of both China and Europe as it relates to the history of ...

SOCIAL STUDIES 7 GRADE
1. Which group made up the majority of white Southerners? (1 point) planters capitalists middle class small farmers Use the table to answer the question. 2. Which is the most likely cause of the spike in cotton production in Mississippi in the mid­ 1800s shown on the chart...

History
Why is urbanization associated with the industrial revolution? The expansion of family farms refocused the nation on agriculture •• The concentration of factories in cities brought job opportunities Settlers expanded the frontier west of the Mississippi River Immigration ...

American government
How have NATO's operations changed over time ? A.) NATO only directs peacekeeping measures now B.) NATO no longer defends Western Europe C.) NATO has fewer member countries now than when it began D.) NATO's activities now include crisis management and peacekeeping Which of the...

Science
1.Which of the following gases was most likely present in Earth's earliest atmosphere? A. nitrogen B. hydrogen* C. argon D. oxygen 2. Which of the following statements accurately describes the development of the geologic time scale? A. Scientists developed the geologic time ...

Science plsss help!
1.Which of the following gases was most likely present in Earth's earliest atmosphere? A. nitrogen B. hydrogen* C. argon D. oxygen 2. Which of the following statements accurately describes the development of the geologic time scale? A. Scientists developed the geologic time ...

American government
"With the existing colonies or dependencies of any European power we have not interfered and shall not interfere....Our policy in regard to Europe...Remains the same, which is, not to interfere in the internal concern of any of its powers..."  Which American foreign policy ...

American Government
"With the existing colonies or dependencies of any European power we have not interfered and shall not interfere....Our policy in regard to Europe...Remains the same, which is, not to interfere in the internal concern of any of its powers..." 1) Which American foreign policy ...

American Government
With the existing colonies or dependencies of any European power we have not interfered and shall not interfere....Our policy in regard to Europe...Remains the same, which is, not to interfere in the internal concern of any of its powers. 1. Which American foreign policy does ...

American Goverment
With the existing colonies or dependencies of any European power we have not interfered and shall not interfere....Our policy in regard to Europe...Remains the same, which is, not to interfere in the internal concern of any of its powers. 1. Which American foreign policy does ...

history
Please check my work: 1.Diplomatic immunity is based on what assumption a.diplomats will become active members of their new communities b.diplomats will obey the laws of their country of residence c.diplomats have no restrictions on behavior d.Diplomats will be isolated in the...

history
1) Which group made up the majority of white Southerners? Planters capitalists middle class small farmers 2. Which is the most likely cause of the spike in cotton production in Mississippi in the mid¬ 1800s shown on the chart? the growth in demand for cotton in the North and ...

History
Can Someone Please Tell Me The Answers!!! course picture Modern US History A-1 SOH Course Links  profile picture Joshua Whitmire Unit 2 Test Unit 2: Immigration and Migration > Unit Assessments 1. Why were many Native Americans opposed to settling in reservations? They ...

history
1. Which statement best explains the significance of the signing of the Mayflower Compact? * 5 points A)The colonists swore to survive together or die in North America. B)The colonists agreed to create their own government and to obey its rules. C)The colonists declared their ...

English please help
5. The Statue of Liberty has stood FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS in New York Harbor. adverb phrase** adjective appositive phrase adverb 6. Frédéric Bartholdi, THE SCULPOTOR, came up with the concept of a “mighty woman with a torch” as he sailed into the harbor. infinitive ...

History
8.What concept held the feudal relationship together? A. Fear B. Loyalty C. Economic debt? 10. Windmills were introduced to western europe in the twelfth century and were brought over from  11. A. china  B. egypt  C. constantinople  D. iran  prior to the year ...

World History
If someone could check these that'd be great ;o; <3 1. Which need did the first universities in medieval Europe seek to meet? A. Education of the Masses B. Instruction of knights in the chivalric code C. Preparation of monarchs to rule *D. Training for members of the clergy...

American Government
How have NATO's operations changed over time ? A.) NATO only directs peacekeeping measures now B.) NATO no longer defends Western Europe C.) NATO has fewer member countries now than when it began D.) NATO's activities now include crisis management and peacekeeping Which of the...

American government
I really need help with these questions:( if anyone can I'd really appreciate it How have NATO's operations changed over time ? A.) NATO only directs peacekeeping measures now B.) NATO no longer defends Western Europe C.) NATO has fewer member countries now than when it began ...

Social Studies
Which of the following statements best summarizes Washington's viewpoint on American foreign policy? A) The United States can take advantage of Europe's ambition B) The United States should limited interaction with Europe's ambition. C) Europe's interests are similar to those ...

History Check Please!
Please check! Thanks! 1. How did the hundred year’s war contribute to the decline of the medieval era? a) It encouraged kingdoms to look to explorer other lands b) It initiated reforms within the church that weakened the papacy c) It lead to the collapse of the federal ...

History Check Please!
Please check! Thanks! 1. How did the development of universities in medieval Europe strengthen the Church and unify society? a. Universities grew up around cathedrals, and courses of study helped educate clergy.*** b. Universities started cathedrals, which were important ...

History
How did the South attempt to compensate for it's disadvantages? A:Southern military leaders devised the Anaconda Plan to end the war quickly. B:Confederate troops remained within their own territory at all times. C:Southern leaders approached foreign governments for aid*** D:...

history
How did the Black Death affect medieval Europe? a.) It led to social upheaval and helped end the social order of the manor system. b.) It caused the Great Schism in the Roman Catholic Church. c.) It led to the Crusades and the spread of new ideas. d.) It closed down all trade ...

HISTORY HELP
which of the following does congress have the authority to do based upon the constitution ? A)Tax church services B)Regulate local tax C) regulate shipping licenses or vessels operating on rivers between D)tax the sale and consumption of oranges exported to europe from the ...

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