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Title: AP Exam 2002


1
AP Exam 2002
50 and below 1 60s 2 70s 3 80-95 4 95
5
2
Question 1 D
  • Christianity and Islam
  • Christian missionaries
  • Muslim missionaries Sufis (mystics), most
    effective missionaries

3
Question 3 E
  • Chastity
  • Men did not have to remain pure.
  • Patriarchal

4
Question 4 C
  • Socrates (469 BCE 399 BCE)
  • Confucius (551 BCE 479 BCE)
  • Muhammad (550 CE-632 CE)
  • Laozi (6th 4th centuries BCE, birth unknown)
  • Siddhartha (563 BCE 483 BCE)

5
Question 5 B
  • Vikings few large urban areas
  • Expert sailors, fierce warriors from Scandinavia.
    (800s 1100s)
  • Colonized much of Iceland and Greenland
  • Leif Ericsson -gt today Canada
  • Arab urban expansion

6
Question 6 E
  • Indian Ocean

7
Question 7 C
  • Ibn Battuta explorer (Marco Polo of Islam)
  • Of Berber descent
  • 1304-1368
  • Look at the wrong choices and figure out which
    countries dont make geographic sense.

8
Question 8 C
  • China
  • Beginning of Song Dynasty (other dynasties
    follow)
  • Silk Road

9
Question 10 A
  • Midwife -gt a woman who delivers babies
  • Healer -gt spiritual

10
Question 11 D
  • Must know religion of each nation
  • Japan
  • Shintoism
  • Brazil
  • Catholic
  • Pakistan
  • Muslim state
  • Indonesia
  • BINGO
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Muslim state

11
Question 12 B
  • Political fragmentation broken down
  • NOTE Feudalism -gt Early Renaissance, different
    principalities (monarchs)
  • Abbasid Empire (750-1258 C.E.)
  • Appointed governors to rule provinces
  • Ulama ("people with religious knowledge") and
    qadis (judges) ruled locally

12
Question 13 A
  • Mongol Empire 12061368
  • Ibn Battuta (1304-1369)
  • A Moroccan Islamic scholar who served as qadi to
    the sultan of Delhi
  • Consulted with Muslim rulers and offered advice
    on Islamic values

13
Question 14 D
  • Relative size shows a ruler

14
Question 15 B
  • SOLD TO THE WHITES
  • SOLD FROM THEIR KINGDOMS

15
Question 16 C
  • American colonies in the south are similar to the
    Caribbean and South American colonies.

16
Question 19 C
  • Look at the time period.
  • Mercantilism and colonization!
  • Makes sense for LA

17
Question 20 B
  • One of these things is not like the other.
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?v0WhuikFY1Pg

18
Question 21 C
  • One of these things is not like the other.
  • All of the other choices show European
    domination.

19
Question 22 D
  • All are true, friended them, enabled them to
    conqueror.

20
Question 24 E
  • READ THE SOURCE FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!
  • Other hints, imperial citypassing the line

21
Question 25 E
  • Monetary money system
  • Traditional economy Africa

22
Question 26 A
  • Vocabulary
  • Inhibit suppress

23
Question 27 C
  • TECHNOLOGY
  • Who do I lt3?
  • JARED!

24
Question 29
  • No answer declared
  • Dont feel too bad, they made the exam!

25
Question 30 A
  • Extraterritoriality definition
  • Good old Webster's

26
Question 31 A
  • As long as you know one of the events you can
    arrive at the answer (usually)
  • They are both nationalist/independence movements
    or steps to independence.

27
Question 32 D
  • He not only depicted victims of the catastrophe
    of the First World War - the disabled, crippled,
    and mutilated - he also portrayed the collapse of
    capitalist society and its values.
  • German artist

28
Question 33 E
  • As long as you know one of the events you can
    arrive at the answer (usually)
  • You know Mao, offered peasants land! Communes.

29
Question 35 E
  • ECONOMIC was the key word.
  • Question was not referring to both superpowers.
  • USA -gt least involved in WWII, makes sense!

30
Question 36 E
  • Agriculture need more children to farm!
  • Cities do not need children for physical labor.

31
Question 37 C
  • Current events.
  • Parliamentary, again if you know one!

32
Question 38 C
  • Confusing
  • ALWAYS BANTU

33
Question 41 D
  • Key word inferior

34
Question 42 A
  • Use your outside knowledge, India is known for
    SPICES

35
Question 43 D
  • ?
  • BIG THREE!
  • All believe in the Old Testament, same stories!

36
Question 44 A
  • Philosophy BELIEF SYSTEM!

37
Question 45 A
  • Spread of Islam
  • East coast yes Islam goes there
  • BUT Ethiopia Christianity

38
Make it simple.
  • West Islam
  • East Christianity
  • Kingdom of Axum make it the state
    religion.(330 AD)

39
Question 46 - D
  • 1400s
  • Ming -gt Zheng He
  • RESULTS
  • Domestic problems in their country
  • Frontier security must defend China
  • Rise of the west, CHINA LOST OPPORTUNITY TO BE A
    MAJOR POWER

40
Question 47 - E
  • Swahili language facilitated trade.
  • Used by four nations, namely Tanzania, Kenya,
    Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • Developed as a result of the Bantu/Islam (Arabic)
    migrations

41
Question 48 - B
  • Mongol Empire LAND BASED
  • Re-established trading.

42
Question 49 - D
  • If you KNOW one choice then you can answer it.
    YOU KNOW THE CRUSADES!
  • Fatimid caliphate
  • The caliphate was ruled by the Fatimids, who
    established the Egyptian city of Cairo as their
    capital.
  • The term Fatimite is sometimes used to refer to
    the citizens of this caliphate.

43
Question 50 - C
  • ASIA paper money

44
Question 51 - B
  • Sugar, tobacco and cotton (stop thinking American
    history) are traded but sugar is the better
    answer.
  • Sugar was immensely profitable to produce but
    required large tracts of land and a large labor
    force for production.
  • For these two reasons, the sugar and slave trade
    became intimately entwined in the European
    exploitation of the Atlantic Islands.
  • WHITE GOLD

45
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46
Question 52 - A
  • 16th century 1500s
  • Ottoman Empire (1299-1922)
  • Byzantine Empire collapsed! (1453)
  • Spain and Portugal (geographically Atlantic
    more so)
  • Hapsburg Empire and France (HRE)
  • Crusader states (Middle Ages)

47
Question 53 - E
  • Brazil is home to the largest number of Asians in
    L.A. (Peru has a larger population as well)
  • For two and a half centuries (between 1565 and
    1815) many Filipinos helped the Spanish Empire
    establish colonies in L.A.

48
Question 55 - E

Name Population
1 Beijing, China 672,000
2 Vijayanagar, India 500,000
3 Cairo, Egypt 400,000
4 Hangzhou, China 250,000
5 Tabriz, Iran 250,000
6 Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey 200,000
7 Gaur, India 200,000
8 Paris, France 185,000
9 Guangzhou, China 150,000
10 Nanjing, China 147,000
49
Question 57 - B
  • enclave is a territory whose geographical
    boundaries lie entirely within the boundaries of
    another territory

50
Question 58 - E
  • Coffee part of the Atlantic slave trade
  • Shows that Europeans are still interacting with
    these places and dominating due to the lack of
    industry in Kenya and El Salvador

51
Question 59 - B
  • Ottoman Empire (1299-1922)
  • Declining because other nations are extending
    their empires, too weak to compete.

52
Question 60 - E
  • Both nations were forced to industrialize
  • Russia even before Lenin and Stalin, Nicholas
    II industrialized.
  • Japan Meiji Restoration

53
Question 61 B
  • STEEL WEAPONS
  • Who do I lt3?
  • JARED!
  • Wanted to compete and rid outside influence.

54
Question 62 D
  • Empires that had colonies and
  • extended their influence to other parts.

55
Question 64 A
  • Urban dweller
  • Resides in a city

56
Question 65 A
  • Was a period of political liberalization in
    Czechoslovakia during the era of its domination
    by the Soviet Union after World War II.
  • Democratization and more liberation

57
Question 66 DConfusing questionperiodization?

Current maPknow that Islam has spread SOUTH TO
ASIA and AFRICA
58
Question 68 A
  • LA last of the colonies

59
Question 70 B
  • Mao gave women more rights
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