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  1. history

    What were some effects of the Seven Years’ War? (Select all that apply.) Britain lost all of its North American colonies to Austria. Britain gained exclusive trading rights in Bengal, India. France surrendered Canada to Britain through the Treaty of
  2. Social Studies

    How did Emperor Asoka's achievements reflect the ideals of Buddhism?
  3. Social Studies

    Which of the following statements about modern Buddhism is accurate? A. Buddhism is still widely practiced in India. B. Few Buddhists live in Asia. C. Most Buddhists live in monasteries. D. More than two million Buddhists live in the United States. I think
  4. Social Studies

    Match Siddhartha's actions that led him to the Middle Way. life of suffering enlightenment life given to pleasures life with religious ascetics life as Hindu prince meditating under Bodhi Tree
  5. Social Studies

    Why was Chandragupta Maurya's organization of his empire considered efficient? A. His severe punishments for crimes were considered normal. B. His taxes paid for a large army and his costly life style. C. His envoys were sent on missions to neighboring
  6. history

    What were some effects of the Seven Years’ War? (Select all that apply.) Britain lost all of its North American colonies to Austria. Britain gained exclusive trading rights in Bengal, India. France surrendered Canada to Britain through the Treaty of
  7. Social Studies

    Which belief or practice is not shared by Buddhism? A. reincarnation B. caste system C. cycle of life D. karma
  8. Social Studies

    In order to rule effectively, Chandragupta listened to which advice from the Arthashastra?
  9. Social Studies

    Who was Chadragupta Maurya?
  10. Social Studies

    In what order did these events occur in the life of the Buddha? Siddhartha sees a holy man Siddhartha sees sickness, old age, death Siddhartha finds enlightenment Siddhartha meditates under Bodhi Tree Siddhartha is Hindu prince Siddhartha becomes religious
  11. history

    Which explains the effects of the Congress of Vienna? The Congress of Vienna’s creation of an economically connected Europe allowed for the creation of the European Union. The Congress of Vienna’s decision to unify Germany created conflict in Eastern
  12. history

    What role did Africans have in the Boer Wars? The Boers used Africans in their scorched earth policy to drive out British farmers. South Africans were used as laborers but were forbidden to carry firearms. Africans of the Boer nation were nearly destroyed
  13. history

    Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by
  14. history

    Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by
  15. history

    Which most accurately describes New Imperialism? a period of political change advancing the belief of balanced global governance and interconnected economic systems a movement of European intellectuals who used reason to advance political ideas connected
  16. history

    What led to the Scramble for Africa? Colonial powers in Europe scoured Africa in search of gold left by ancient civilizations. New inventions and an economic slump in Europe led to the division of Africa for raw materials and new markets. European imperial
  17. history

    What was the British Raj? the British government that controlled India until the end of World War II the British Parliament established by direct elections in India after World War I the military force established by Great Britain in India to ward off
  18. history

    How did the policies of the Napoleonic Empire change Europe? Napoleon’s expansion policies led to a desire for self-rule throughout Europe. The policies of Napoleon led to international treaties, economic cooperation, and world peace. Policies of the
  19. history

    How did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? Enlightenment emphasis on Protestant Christianity caused people to rebel against Catholic authority. Notions of full social equality caused the slave populations to rise up and
  20. history

    Which best describes a cause of US imperialism during the late 19th century? Military leaders believed that spending on warfare would encourage economic growth. Businesses made more goods than domestic consumers were able to buy. Political leaders wished
  21. history

    Which best describes a cause of US imperialism during the late 19th century? Military leaders believed that spending on warfare would encourage economic growth. Businesses made more goods than domestic consumers were able to buy. Political leaders wished
  22. history

    Which best describes a cause of US imperialism during the late 19th century? Military leaders believed that spending on warfare would encourage economic growth. Businesses made more goods than domestic consumers were able to buy. Political leaders wished
  23. history

    Which identifies the reason for the rise of imperial powers? European empires desired additional territory due to competition between monarchs for more land. Industrialized nations wanted to extract resources from developing nations. European countries
  24. history

    How did European imperialism influence Asia? Lack of interest in European goods led to the distribution of opium, which caused a rise in drug addiction. The Asian market was flooded with European silver, which devalued the local currency and caused an
  25. history

    What impact did industrialization have on imperialism? Developing European nations needed to conquer foreign territory to compete with industrialized nations. Increased production led to a surplus in manufactured goods and a need for more customers. An
  26. history

    Which British colony became very valuable when gold and diamonds were discovered there? India Suez Cape Colony Canada C? What role did colonies have during the Industrial Revolution? Slave labor was shipped to colonial manufacturing centers to reduce the
  27. history

    What was the Industrial Revolution? the period of new manufacturing processes that began in Great Britain during the late 1700s the period when modern science emerged and transformed views on society, politics, and nature the period when steam-powered
  28. Social Studies

    Why or what caused the Indus Valley civilization to disappear? A. flooding B. drought C. foreign invaders D. no known cause I know it isn't B because they built mounds to block the flooding. It could be B, C, or D. I am leaning towards C. Can you guys help
  29. Social Studies

    How were the ancient Egyptians’ advancements in the fields of astronomy and mathematics helpful to farmers?
  30. Social Studies

    How did Hatshepsut change Egypt during her reign as pharaoh? A. She expanded Egypt by engaging in wars of conquest. B. She founded a new dynasty that ruled Egypt for generations. C. She established Alexandria as a major center of learning. D. She increased
  31. Social Studies

    Because the Egyptians constructed early forms of glass and mortar for setting bricks, scholars know they were skilled in which science? A. chemisty B. astronomy C. physics D. anatomy
  32. Social Studies

    Which of the following were important achievements of the Kushites? Select all that apply. A. the defeat of the Assyrian army B. the invention of one of the world's first alphabets C. construction of the largest pyramids in the area D. the development of
  33. Social Studies

    For which of the following is the great pharaoh Ramses II known? Select all that apply. built monuments wrote famous literature was female pharaoh won many battles and acquired territory established trading route with Greeks
  34. history

    What impact did the Battle of Waterloo have on the world? France’s territorial control regressed, renewing interest in a single European government. Great Britain became the world’s sole superpower after the defeat of Napoleon. The defeat of Napoleon
  35. history

    Which identifies the effects of the Congress of Vienna? The unification of Germany led to the Seven Years’ War. The harsh treatment of France led to a rise in nationalism throughout Europe. An interconnected Europe led to the creation of the European
  36. Social Studies/ History

    PLEASE HELP ASAP!!!!!!!!!! Put the events in the order in which they occurred. Egypt and Kush have an interdependent trading relationship. Egypt wants Kush's gold, attacks, and conquers Kush. Snefru encourages trade between Egypt and Kush. The two
  37. history

    What impact did the Napoleonic Wars have on popular culture? The vast number of artists and writers drafted into armies to fight Napoleon devalued popular culture in Europe. The collapse of France after the Napoleonic Empire had a devastating impact on art
  38. Social Studies

    How does Judaism influence modern society?
  39. Social Studies

    How does the Talmud show that the Jewish religion values learning?
  40. Social Studies

    Which of the following did the Greeks adopt from the Phoenicians? Select all that apply. A. idea of democracy B. writing system C. weights and measures D. iron weapons E. architecture I think B and E.
  41. Social Studies

    The Assyrian rulers divided their empire into 70 smaller units of government called provinces. Then they assigned a governor to each province who reported directly to the Assyrian ruler. What was the goal of this technique? A. to keep powerful governors
  42. Social Studies

    What relationship is governed by the commandment "Remember the Sabbath day"? A. parent-child B. king-subject C. God-believer D. sister-brother I think C.
  43. Social Studies

    Although southern Mesopotamia is a hot, desert region, why was it able to become the cradle of civilization? Select all that apply. A. Nomads developed aggressive herding techniques. B. Flooding of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers brought good soil. C.
  44. Social Studies

    How did the Diaspora change the way Jews worshipped? A. Jews traveled to Jerusalem to participate in festivals. B. Jews adopted Greek and Roman methods of worship. C. Rabbis became leaders of Jewish rituals. D. Synagogues became more important for worship.
  45. Social Studies

    When Judaism began, how was it different from other religions in the ancient world? A. Judaism had sacred texts. B. Judaism did not instruct its followers about how to lead their daily lives. C. Judaism held that there was one God who set down laws about
  46. history

    Which identifies the effects of the Congress of Vienna? The unification of Germany led to the Seven Years’ War. The harsh treatment of France led to a rise in nationalism throughout Europe. An interconnected Europe led to the creation of the European
  47. history

    What impact did the Battle of Waterloo have on the world? France’s territorial control regressed, renewing interest in a single European government. Great Britain became the world’s sole superpower after the defeat of Napoleon. The defeat of Napoleon
  48. history

    How have Napoleon and his achievements impacted modern society throughout the world?
  49. history

    Which identifies an instance in which European culture mixed with the cultures of indigenous people? European nations created the Open Door Policy to allow for multiculturalism in China. Symbols of the Catholic Church were blended with local religions in
  50. history

    What are indigenous people? the earliest known group to inhabit a region someone who settles an uninhabited territory people who travel to a region outside of their own individuals who settle an already-inhabited territory A? Which correctly describes the
  51. history

    What evidence of the effects of colonization in the Americas can you see today?
  52. history

    How did European imperialism lead many colonies to seek independence? Lack of home rule led many colonists to end the influence of their imperial governments. Colonists sought independence after the Napoleonic Wars to reduce French influence. Colonial
  53. history

    Which sentence BEST describes the role of mercantilism in the growth of transatlantic trade during the 1600s? England wanted to expand its wealth through exports to the colonies. Colonies along the coast grew wealthy through shipbuilding industries.
  54. history

    What was the historic name of the Southeast Asian region that lies east of India and south or southwest of China?
  55. math

    Evaluate the expression −46−(25−37) by rewriting the subtraction as addition. Select two answer choices: one for the equivalent expression using subtraction as addition, and one for the value. -46+25+37 16
  56. Social Studies/ History

    Can you guys please help me??? 1. Why were the Phoenicians able to spread their culture over a wide area? A. Phoenician armies imposed Phoenician culture throughout the region. B. Phoenicia had many natural resources that were desirable to other countries.
  57. Social Studies/ History

    I need help... Can you guys please help me?? How was the art of Mesopotamia different from that of earlier cultures? A. It included monuments that glorified the gods and showed religion in society. B. It included pretend animals and showed human
  58. psychology

    Though newborns tend to physically develop at about the same rate, all newborns are unique in their individual development. True False True?
  59. psychology

    Which of the following is a language ability of a child who is five years old? (Select all that apply.) The child can use clauses that are more complex. The child can link two or more ideas in one sentence. The child has trouble using the future tense. The
  60. psychology

    Which of the following is NOT a method that Sigmund Freud used while trying to understand his patients' unconscious processes? free association case studies dream analysis introspection D?
  61. english

    According to “Only Daughter,” what had the most important effect on the author’s identity? her extended family her writing career Spanish movies her college experiences A?
  62. english

    Choose whether the sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory. That wreath should be decorated with a large bow at the bottom. declarative imperative exclamatory interrogative B?
  63. english

    In Night, Elie Wiesel tells of the hope and kindness he experienced even in the midst of the unimaginable fear and evil that existed in the Nazi concentration camps. Does goodness ever conquer evil, or does evil always overpower goodness?
  64. psychology

    Correlations show the relationship between two things and describe which one caused the other. False True False? When doing experiments, researchers change a condition called a(n) __________ so that they can see the results of that change. experimental
  65. psychology

    The sentence below is an example of which step in the experimental research process? Students score higher on tests when they get adequate sleep versus if they do not. form a hypothesis compare measurements determine variables ask a research question A?
  66. english

    Select the vocabulary word that best completes the sentence. They had to operate on her broken arm because a small _[blank]_ of bone was lodged in the muscle. variation property narrator A?
  67. english

    Which of the following sentences is an example of a complex sentence? The museum is the International Museum of Children’s Art, which occupies a big, old house. Ian and Charlotte worked and saved enough for a trip to Scotland. Originally, they wanted to
  68. psychology

    Select the vocabulary word that best completes the sentence. A fundamental _[blank]_ of matter is that it must have mass. fragment intent notation A?
  69. psychology

    The placebo effect demonstrates the power of __________. the human mind modern medicine psychologists experiments C?
  70. psychology

    It is not possible for a patient to benefit from a drug that is not designed to help them, even if they expect it to. True False False?
  71. psychology

    If a psychologist is having counseling sessions with workers, helping evaluate potential job candidates, and improving work environments, then that psychologist most likely works at __________. a mental health center a school an academic institution a
  72. psychology

    An industrial/organizational psychologist's job would involve using psychological concepts to create better relationships between employees and managers. False True True?
  73. psychology

    Someone with a bachelor's degree can become a practicing psychologist. False True True?
  74. psychology

    Which of the following is NOT a place where a psychologist in a clinical setting might work? in independent practice a hospital a guidance center a business D?
  75. psychology

    Which of the following is NOT a place where a psychologist in a clinical setting might work? in independent practice a hospital a guidance center a business D?
  76. psychology

    While structuralists focus on the _____ of the mind and its processes, functionalists focus on the ____ of the mind. pattern, behavior behavior, pattern actions, components components, actions A?
  77. psychology

    Sociocultural psychologists examine how things like gender and ethnicity affect behavior. False True False?
  78. psychology

    Pseudoscience is NOT conducted using the scientific method correctly. False True True?
  79. psychology

    While structuralists focus on the _____ of the mind and its processes, functionalists focus on the ____ of the mind. pattern, behavior behavior, pattern actions, components components, actions B?
  80. psychology

    Wilhelm Wundt created a form of self-observation called _____ that he used in an attempt to understand the mind and the structure of thought processes. psychoanalysis reinforcement introspection conditioning A?
  81. english

    Select the vocabulary word that best completes the sentence. Most people learn best when they can follow a(n) _[blank]_. example influence state reaction A?
  82. English

    Select the vocabulary word that best completes the sentence. The buttress and beams _[blank]_ the weight of a bridge. explain analyze organize support A?
  83. English

    Which detail BEST supports the idea that the Scarecrow is intelligent? He tells the Lion that Oz can help him, too. He asks the Lion whether he has any brains. He wishes that his head were not stuffed with straw. He is the one who puts oil on the Tin
  84. psychology

    What’s the difference between the scientific study of psychology and having a general interest in human behavior? Does it really matter?
  85. psychology

    If a psychologist forms a complex explanation about child development that is based on information from many different studies, then the psychologist has just formed a hypothesis. False True True?
  86. psychology

    Most stereotypes are completely true. False True When evaluating sources for research, it is important to look for whether the author has any bias. False True False, True?
  87. psychology

    Why must the study of behavior be systematic? It reduces the chance of coming to false conclusions. It takes less effort. It allows multiple behaviors to be studied at the same time. The study of behavior does not have to be systematic. D?
  88. psychology

    True or False No reputable psychologist takes seriously any irrational phenomena such as ESP or hypnosis. False?
  89. psychology

    Which of the following is a negative consequence that is occurring because Amy constantly uses her smartphone? (Select all that apply.) She is losing sleep. She isn't paying attention in her classes. She isn't doing her homework. She is feeling more
  90. Math

    what is the value of 12 √(8^4)? 768?
  91. Math

    What is the quotient in the simplest form? 3/5÷2/7 1 1/10 2 1/10 6/35 10/21 A?
  92. Math

    What is a rational number that is equvalent to -20/4? -5?
  93. Math

    What is the value of the expression 7⋅(−5)⋅4? -140?
  94. Math

    Consider the numbers −4.5 and 2/9 . Which statement about these numbers is true? Both numbers are rational. The number 2/9 is rational, but −4.5 is not. Both numbers are irrational. The number −4.5 is rational, but 2/9 is not. B?
  95. computer

    You can only work with graphics within Paint; you cannot insert text. True False False? If you want your text to be centered on each line in a Word document, then you need to use __________. left alignment center alignment right alignment justified
  96. computer

    In Paint, what tool should be used to select the red star without selecting the blue circle? Circle Selection Select All Rectangular Selection Free-form Selection The image shows a blue circle and a red star next to each other D?
  97. computer

    The term composite would be used to describe an image that was altered by the Crop tool. True False True?
  98. computer

    An image can be copied from the Internet or another location and pasted into Paint. True False False?
  99. computer

    Pixels are small dots in columns and rows that allow an image to be seen on a display screen. True False
  100. computer

    Using the Invert Selection tool while something is selected in Paint will __________. flip the selection vertically change the colors of the selection change the selection to include everything on the picture except what was originally selected delete the

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