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social studies
what is one cost that victory in the cold war brought to the united states? a. many new governments emerged in eastern Europe and opposed the US b the "peace divided" people hoped for never came about. c. the spread of nuclear weapons and general arms race created new dangers ...

World History
Which accurately describes the involvement of the Catholic Church in medieval European governments? A: The Catholic Church forced European lords and barons to spare extra lands for peasant farmers. B:The rules and rituals of the Church guided the administration of government ...

S.S
Lesson 10: Unit Test CE 2016 Social Studies 8 B Unit 6: Meeting New Challenges 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 ...

History
12. What is one cost that victory in the Cold War brought to the United States? (1 point) A.Many new governments emerged in Eastern Europe and opposed the United States.*** B.The “peace dividend” people hoped for never came about. C. The spread of nuclear weapons and ...

History Help ASAP
7. How did glasnost contribute to the break-up of the Soviet Union? (1 point) A. Restructuring the economy led to a change in the political structure. B. By allowing citizens more freedom to travel, people could see what they were missing. C. Due to cuts in military spending, ...

Science
How do clouds form? (No links, please, just a few facts, I've done half of this question) All weather occurs in Earth's _______. thermosphere troposphere*** stratosphere exosphere Because of their shape when seen from the ground, tornadoes are sometimes called _____. V clouds ...

Ss
"If we intend to stay hands off to the powers of europe, then sooner or later we must keep to ourselves" What does the above quote suggest about future U.S policy towards latin america? My answer: The quote suggests that in the future, they need to either lessen the rules ln ...

ss
what were the disadvantages of using coal as a fuel for industry in Eastern Europe

History
How did Dorothea Dix's study of prison conditions in Massachusetts and Europe change American beliefs? She argued that poverty causes lawbreaking. She argued that innocent people are imprisoned. She showed that mental illness is treatable. She showed that sanitation decreases ...

Social Studies
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 goverment. D. The market ...

ss
Hey guys im super behind in my ss work and we have a portfolio and i honestly dont understand any part of it ( probably bc im so dumb lol) and im in connexus btw idk if that helps here are the directions Migration and Immigration in the Early 20th Century Portfolio Directions ...

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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 ...

Social Studies (Check my work)
What factors contributed to the weakening and decline of Medieval Europe? My answer: In the 14th century, there was a disease called the black death. It weakened Medieval Europe a lot because it killed millions of Europeans. Is this good?

US History
Freedom is indivisible, and when one man is enslaved, all are not free. When all are free, then we can look forward to that day when this city will be joined as one and this country and this great continent of Europe in a peaceful and hopeful globe. Kennedy's views expressed ...

history
What impact did Napoleon have on popular culture? Napoleon deported foreign artists and teachers who spoke out against him. Napoleon controlled art production so that he would be portrayed in a positive manner. Napoleon replaced the Julian calendar with a new one that ...

history
What was the impact of the Napoleonic Code? It became the set of civil laws adopted throughout Europe and other parts of the world. It was the central method of determining criminal punishment in all French-held territory under Napoleon. It established a way to use sociology ...

fine art
There was a wide range of influences that affected the art of the emerging modern Europe. Explain how five of these influences had an impact on the art of the Italian Renaissance, and explain five influences that had an impact on art of the Rococo period. Please help me I can'...

history
What impact did the Napoleonic Wars have on popular culture? The magnitude of Napoleon’s war on Europe led to the destruction of important museums and art galleries throughout the continent. As one of the most significant events of the 19th century, the Napoleonic Wars ...

Social Studies
Which of the following is true about textiles and Georgia's economy? (3 points) a. The state's textile industry has found it difficult to compete with oversea textile industries. b. Four major carpet companies are located in Georgia*** c. Georgia is a world leader in carpet ...

Social Studies
McCarthyism was able to become strong because of the increasing fear of Communism in China and Eastern Europe that came to the United States. True** False The term "McCarthyism" comes from Senator Jake McCarthy, who spearheaded the drive to defeat Democratic infiltration, ...

SS
Textile mills in America and Europe became more efficient due to advancements in machinery such as the Spinning Jenny and power loom. What resulted from the technology advancements in the textile industry? Cloth could be made more quickly and many textile workers have had ...

Social Studdies
How did magnetic compasses effect life in Europe?

S.S
how did magnetic compass change life in europe

History
What led to the Scramble for Africa? Colonial powers in Europe scoured Africa in search of gold left by ancient civilizations. Multiple European powers wanted African territory to create new ports along Asian trade routes. New inventions and an economic slump in Europe led to ...

Social Studies
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 all European country learn their lesson What was the main purpose of President Wilson’s Fourteen Points? A ...

History
Which was not an impact of World War I? furthered industrialization of Western economies dismantling of European colonial empires instability in eastern Europe accelerated social transformation I said the answer is accelerated social transformation, but was also thinking it ...

History
Which best describes an impact of Italian aggression in the inter-war period? the end of a shaky alliance with France Germany’s first overseas empire increased U.S. intervention in Europe revived cultural ultranationalism

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...

World History
What was the impact of the Napoleonic Code? 1.) it became the set of civil laws adopted throughout Europe and other parts of the world. 2.) it established a way to use sociology to categorize European citizens for taxation 3.) It was the central method of determining criminal ...

world history
What impact did the Concert of Europe have on Europe? 1.) The Concert of Europe sought to establish a unified trading partnership to promote unity and eliminate future wars. 2.) The Concert of Europe sought to eradicate monarchies in favor of democratic governments. 3.) The ...

history
which most accurately explains how the union of austria and hungary contributed to the outbreak of world war 1? a. the powerful economy of austria-hungary dominated europe and upset neighboring countries b. the union eventually created tension between austria and hungary that ...

History
Jews were persecuted in Europe for hundreds of years even before the 20th century (1). Thousands were massacred by crusading knights on their way to the Holy Land (2). Another common practice was to force Jews into sections of town called ghettos (3). In the 18th century, most...

geography
What is more mountainous, northern or southern Europe? Northern?

History
What impact did the collapse of the Napoleonic Empire have on Europe? The collapse of Napoleon's empire promoted international trade and led to the rise of the European Union The fall of Napoleon and the spread of ideas from the French Revolution led to a rise in nationalism ...

history
which offers one reaon for how industrialization led to imperialism? a. british factories eliminated the need for inexpensive human labor b. british factories required the raw materials that could be found overseas. c. british factories eliminated the need for overseas ...

History
How did Napoleon’s conquests in Europe impact other parts of the world? A. Napoleon's conquest of Spain led to independence movements in the Americas. B. Napoleon’s consolidation of Europe led to the establishment of the League of Nations. C. Napoleon’s conquest of the ...

Geography
Name the large lake in Central Australia? Name at least four countries and/ or independent states of Europe that are landlocked? Are Andorra, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Liechtenstein all correct options?

History
Which is a difference between the policies of Hitler and the politics of Mussolini? a.Mussolini aggressively pursued a policy of militarization, while Hitler sought only diplomatic methods of foreign policy. b.Hitler implemented a large-scale hunt to eradicate Jews from Europe...

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...

wold history
Which trade route refers to the extensive trade and sharing of plants, animals, culture, and ideas between the Americas, Africa, and Europe following Christopher Columbus’s discovery of the Americas? Trans-Saharan Trade Columbian Exchange Incense Route Silk Road I'm almost ...

History
What effects did imperialism have on World War I? (Select all that apply.) a.Millions of colonial troops served in World War I in Europe and affected the outcome of key battles. b.Indian troops in the British Empire refused to fight and used the war as an opportunity to fight ...

History
Which most accurately describes consequences of the Renaissance in Europe? The Renaissance led to the Catholic church having a monopoly on literacy and interpretation of the bible The Renaissance gave rise to the protestant reforming and reduced the power of the Catholic ...

History
Which most accurately describes consequences of the Renaissance in Europe? 1.) the Renaissance led to the Catholic church having a monopoly on literacy and interpretation of the bible 2.) the Renaissance gave rise to the protestant reforming and reduced the power of the ...

Geography
What is the capital of the largest (in land area ) island nation of Africa? Madagascar capital Antananarivo? Which continent has more nations, Europe or South America? Europe?

History
Which examines the impact of Napoleon’s territorial conquest on the world? a.Napoleon's conquest of Spain led to independence movements in Spain's colonial holdings in the Americas. b.The establishment of the Napoleonic code allowed for the codification of natural resources...

History
How did Napoleon’s conquest impact Europe? a.The French conquest of Austria led to a reduction of the Ottoman Empire. b.Napoleon’s invasion of Great Britain led France to gain international territories. c.Many Germanic territories were united for the first time in history...

History
Which identifies the impact that Napoleon had on history? A.Napoleon’s withdrawal of civil liberties led to laws that promoted minorities’ rights for citizens throughout Europe. B.Napoleon’s expanded empire led to the adoption of the French language in many countries ...

History
How did the policies of the Napoleonic Empire change Europe? a. Napoleon’s expansion policies led to a desire for self-rule throughout Europe. b. Policies of the Napoleonic Empire elevated the education system throughout Europe, which led to local revolutions. c.The policies...

History
Question: How did the policies of the Napoleonic Empire change Europe? A. Napoleon’s expansion policies led to a desire for self-rule throughout Europe. B. Policies of the Napoleonic Empire elevated the education system throughout Europe, which led to local revolutions. C. ...

History
Which examines the impact of Napoleon’s territorial conquest on the world? Napoleon's conquest of Spain led to independence movements in Spain's colonial holdings in the Americas. Unification of the Rhine created a new European imperial power in Africa. Elimination of ...

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...

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.

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The World Bank is an organization that strives to reduce poverty, especially in "Third World," or developing, nations. Which continent has the greatest need for assistance from the World Bank due to drought, political corruption and instability, and a high rate of HIV/AIDS? A...

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...

History
Which phenomenon would be cited as evidence of increased economic interdependence between Europe and Americas? A. the agreement on the Line of Demarcation B. the condition on the Middle Passage c. the depopulation of Native Americans D. the development of mercantilism. My ...

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-...

History
Which accurately describes the Columbian Exchange during the Age of Discovery? The Columbian Exchange was a system of cultural sharing developed by Columbus and the natives on the island of Hispaniola. The Columbian Exchange was the transfer of plants, animals, people, and ...

world history
Which economic impact did the Crusades have on medieval Europe?

History
Which accurately describes the Middle Passage of the triangular trade? During the Middle Passage, European nations sailed around Africa to Calicut, India, and traded for spices. During the Middle Passage, European nations sailed along the Mediterranean Sea to the Middle East ...

History
Which accurately describes an aspect of the triangular trade during the 16th and 19th centuries? The triangular trade included European merchants, who purchased corn, tomatoes, cocoa, and tobacco from African tribal leaders in exchange for whiskey. The triangular trade ...

Geography
What two continents do not have deserts? Is the answer none? All of them have deserts except possibly Europe?

Social Studies
Lesson 12 Unit 2 quick check: The major countries of Europe set up colonies in Africa and Asian in order to

History
What was a major motivational factor for sailing expeditions during the Age of Discovery? European monarchs sought refuge from the bubonic plague ravaging Europe at the time. The Catholic Church paid monarchs large sums of money to find the fabled hero Prester John. Orthodox ...

History
What were some of the agricultural products exported from the Americas that became popular in Europe? A) apples, pork, and millet B) tobacco, sugar, and cotton C) oranges, rice, and wheat D) grapes, olives, and silk Would it be D?

Literature
Choose the meaning of the bold word for questions 1–4. 1. He had left school in junior high, "ostensibly" because his mother was ill. (“Delfino II: Diez in the Desert") (1 point) oddly surely fortunately supposedly * 2. And I throbbed with a burning desire / To travel this...

Investing money (gr 10)
Dave wants to travel around Europe in 2.5 years, when he graduates. He estimates the airfare will cost $1900 and he will need $200 per day for all his expenses. Dave has just invested $4600 in a GIC earning 4.5% compounded semi-annually. He also has a savings account that ...

English
A masterpiece in medieval Europe, as well as today, is a product that _______________________________ . is produced by most talented craftsman demonstrates the artist's mastery of the art exceeds all similar products of beauty A?

English
A masterpiece in medieval Europe, as well as today, is a product that _______________________________ . is produced by most talented craftsman demonstrates the artist's mastery of the art exceeds all similar products of beauty A?

History
1.) Why did so many Southern cotton planters move to Texas in the mid-1800s? Slavery had been banned in other Southern states Demand for cotton in Europe was at an all time low Enslaved orders could still be imported from Africa They had exhausted the soil in their former ...

World History
Which best describes how the fall of Constantinople to Ottoman Turks affected Europe? A) The Ottoman Empire spread Eastern Orthodox Christianity into southeastern Europe including Greece and Italy. B) The Ottoman Empire captured Constantinople’s gold supply, causing rapid ...

s.s
what are the advantages of using of using coal as a fuel for the industry in eastern Europe???

History
which economic impact did the crusades have on medieval europe?

s.s
How does the geography of Eastern Europe most affect farming in the region?

World History
how did the second great schism affect church authority and power and contribute to the end of medieval europe ?

History
Which accurately describes an impact of scientific innovation during the Renaissance? a. Invention of concrete helped the Byzantine Empire defend its borders from the Holy Roman Empire. b. Invention of concrete enabled the Holy Roman Empire to construct new weapons against the...

History
What were the two warrior classes of feudal Europe and Japan used to protect the peasant class? knights and samurai?

Math
Congratulations! You were the 10th caller on the KMTH morning show and you just won $9,000.00. After you calm down, you decide to put the money into a bank account so that you will have even more money for a trip to Europe. Snurling Bank tells you that they will pay 8% per ...

History
Rule by tyranny or by a leader with absolute power is called __________. Monarchy? Which identifies a contagious disease spread by the bites of fleas carried by rats that killed up to 60 percent of Medieval Europe’s population? bubonic plaque? A breakup of a religious group ...

6th ss help
why did the cold war end? 1:capitalism failed 2:the Korean war began 3:nations took sides 4:communism in Eastern Europe and Soviet Union collapsed

History
Which accurately describes the involvement of the Catholic church in medieval European government? A. the rules and rituals of the church guided the administration of government in Europe. B. The Catholic Church forced European Kings to adopt the governmental practices of the ...

History
Which of the following statements best summarizes Washington’s viewpoint on American foreign policy? (1 point) The United States can take advantage of Europe’s ambition. The United States should limit interaction with Europe to commerce, or trade. Europe’s interests are ...

History
How did the Scientific Revolution impact people’s views about absolute monarchies and government? (Select all that apply.) people questioned the rule by divine right of European monarchs people believed the government was no longer necessary and lean towards anarchism people...

History
Which best describes accomplishments of Ferdinand Magellan? he sailed around the southern tip of Africa before reaching Calicut, India. he sailed to the Caribbean islands and pioneered trade between Europe, Africa, and the Americas he sailed around South America before sailing...

History
Which accurately describes aspects of the Trans-Saharan Trade in the 1400s between Europe and Africa? the trans-Saharan trade included slaves as a primary commodity, which slavery being permitted by Islamic practices the trans-Saharan trade included copper, which was sold to ...

History
Which most accurately describes the significance of Vasco da Gama discovered a route to India? hinduism practices spread and caused the Catholic church to initiate the crusades hinduism quickly spread throughout Europe and challenged the Catholic church Portugals economy grew ...

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 ...

Social studies
I need help with lesson 12 unit 2 for seventh grade there is a unit test called Eastern Europe and Russia and unit test 7. Many words offer clues to media bias. Which word below would mostly likely signal bias. A. Was B. Did C. Should D. Might

History
Here is your question for today. Why do nations form alliances? If so, what are its purpose? Typically in modern society, Europe formed alliances with other nations to side with others. You figure out the rest, you rejects.

History
Which accurately describes aspects of the trans-Saharan trade between Europe and Africa? the trans-Saharan trade included the trade of both gold and slaves along the Saharan desert of Africa the trans-Saharan trade included the trade of molasses and sugar to European merchants...

History
Which accurately describes aspects of the trans-Saharan trade between Europe and Africa? the trans-Saharan trade included the trade of both gold and slaves along the Saharan desert of Africa the trans-Saharan trade included the trade of molasses and sugar to European merchants...

History
In Europe, one of the first modern companies, and later, corporations, was the Virginia Company (1). The founders, who were private citizens, secured a royal charter from King James I of England (2). However, the owners did not have enough money to fund the voyages of ...

History
Which accurately describes a similarity between medieval Japanese culture and medieval European culture? japan and Europe used a form of representative democracy during the middle ages Japanese samurai and European knight shared similar codes of ethical conduct medieval Europe...

geography
the great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is in extending our commercial relations to have with them as little political connection as possible so far as we have already formed engagements let them be fulfilled with perfect good faith. here let us stop. ...

social studies Part 1 unit test
Justinian’s code became the backbone of modern Europe’s 1.Phone system 2 alphabets 3 legal system 4 religions

History
What was a major motivational factor for sailing expeditions during the Age of Discovery? orthodox Christians controlled the overland routes to the Asian spice markets muslims controlled the overland routes to Asian spice markets European monarchs sought refuge from the ...

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, ...

Spanish
I would appreciate it if someone could check my answers immediately please!!!!!!! I don't need answers, I just need someone to see if mine are correct. 1. Translate the following into Spanish: "Where is the door?" A-Dónde es la puerta? B-Dónde están la puerta? C-Dónde est...

History
During the Renaissance, humanist ideas swept through Europe (1). Humanism launched the Scientific Revolution, resulting in advancements in metallurgy, anatomy, and astronomy (2). Humanist ideals mimicked the feudal system to identify classes of people (3). The feudal system ...

History
Which option best describes events of the Spanish Inquisition? the Spanish inquisitors exiled or executed Roman Catholics in Europe spanish inquisitors executed protestants, Muslims, and jews spanish inquisitors revitalized Roman art, philosophy, and architecture spanish ...

History
Which option most accurately describes the origins and principles of the humanist philosophy? the humanist philosophy originated in England and spread throughout the British Isles, emphasizing chivalry and a feudal society the humanist philosophy originated in Jerusalem and ...

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