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CRCT Review Questions
  • 6th Social Studies

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1. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are religious
faiths practiced by many people in the world.
Which of the following statements is NOT true
about the three faiths?
  • A. They are all monotheistic.
  • B. All recognize Abraham as the Patriarch
    (father) of the faith.
  • C. All recognize Jerusalem as a kingdom city.
  • D. All three have the same holy book.

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D. All three have the same holy book.
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2. Which of the following contributed to the
outbreak of World War I?
  • A. The fear of the spread of communism
  • B. an explosion on the battlefield Maine
  • C. The Japanese invasion of the Philippines
  • D. European empire building in Africa and Asia

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D. European empire building in Africa and Asia
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3. One difference between the German and Russian
languages is that German
  • A. does not use the Cyrillic alphabet.
  • B. is spoken by fewer people than Russian.
  • C. has not been spoken in Europe since World War
    II.
  • D. is spoken in only one country in Europe, and
    Russian is spoken in several.

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A. does not use the Cyrillic alphabet.
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4. Which countrys colonial empire is shaded in
the map below? A. Great Britain B. Spain C.
Portugal D. Latin America
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B. Spain
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5. Withdrawal from WWI, poverty, starvation,
overthrow of the czar, civil war and communism
are associated with the
  • A. Chinese Revolution
  • B. Russian Revolution
  • C. American Revolution
  • D. Spanish Revolution

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B. Russian Revolution
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6. What type of government did Czar Nicholas II
have in Russia?
  • A. Autocracy
  • B. Democracy
  • C. Oligarchy
  • D. Republic

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A. Autocracy
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7. How is power distributed in a unitary
government?
  • A. One ruler makes all the decisions for a
    country.
  • B. Smaller units of government, like counties,
    control the central government.
  • C. A central government assigns power and duties
    to smaller units of government within the
    country.
  • D. The central government does not have much
    power over the smaller units of government in the
    country.

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C. A central government assigns power and duties
to smaller units of government within the country.
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8. Which is the oldest of the three western
religions?
  • A. Christianity
  • B. Islam
  • C. Judaism
  • D. Roman Catholic

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C. Judaism
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  • 9. Which countrys colonial empire is shaded in
    the map below?
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Great Britain
  • Canada

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Great Britain
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World Literacy Rate
  • According to the map above which of the
    following
  • statements could be concluded?
  • A. The temperature in Africa is much warmer
    than other parts of the world.
  • B. The standard of living in Canada is higher
    than most of South America.
  • C. Brazils climate is very tropical and has
    many rainforest.
  • D. There is not enough information to conclude
    anything.

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B. The standard of living in Canada is higher
than most of South America.
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11. What is a main reason for people to exchange
currency?
  • A. To have foreign money
  • B. To use American dollars to trade
  • C. To make more money by trading currency
  • D. To buy and sell goods and services with other
    countries

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D. To buy and sell goods and services with other
countries.
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12. In which type of economy do individuals have
the most freedom?
  • A. Traditional
  • B. Mixed
  • C. Market
  • D. Command

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C. Market
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13. Which statement best summarizes the reasons
for European exploration?
  • A. European explorers were trying to prove that
    the earth was not flat.
  • B. Europeans were looking to find ways to ease
    overcrowding in their cities.
  • C. The monarchs of Europe were trying to develop
    and use new satellite technologies.
  • D. The Europeans were trying to expand their
    territories, gather riches, and spread their
    religion.

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D. The Europeans were trying to expand their
territories, gather riches, and spread their
religion.
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14. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are all
monotheistic faiths. What does this mean?
  • A. They all believe that Jesus was the son of
    God.
  • B. They all believe in many gods.
  • C. They all believe in one God.
  • D. They were all founded by Abraham.

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C. They all believe in one God.
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15. Which of the following was an important
cause of the Russian Revolution?
  • A. Differences among religious and ethnic groups
    in Russia
  • B. An unsuccessful attempt by China to invade
    Russia
  • C. Differences among social and economic classes
    in Russia
  • D. An unsuccessful attempt by Britain to invade
    Russia

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C. Differences among social and economic classes
in Russia.
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16. Which type of economy would best describe a
communist country?
  • A. Market
  • B. Traditional
  • C. Command
  • D. Free Enterprise

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C. Command
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17. The main purpose of the European Union is to
  • A. Require all European nations to adopt a
    command economy.
  • B. Strengthen the economic, political, and
    defense ties of member nations.
  • C. Create a large standing army for use around
    the world.
  • D. Solve Europes environmental problems.

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B. Strengthen the economic, political, and
defense ties of member nations.
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18. Which is a literate adult in Europe LEAST
likely to have?
  • A. Good health care
  • B. A high-paying job
  • C. Modern technology
  • D. Uneducated children

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D. Uneducated children
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19. What part of the Treaty of Versailles was
most damaging to the German economy after World
War I?
  • A. Germany lost its colonies.
  • B. The German emperor was to be put on trial.
  • C. Germany had to pay the Allies large sums of
    money.
  • D. Germans were not allowed to have a large army
    and navy.

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C. Germany had to pay the Allies large sums of
money.
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20. A country that invests in human capital will
have a more successful economy because
  • A. There will be more money to pay workers.
  • B. Workers will learn the skills they need on
    their own.
  • C. Businesses will not pay taxes to pay good
    schools.
  • D. Workers who are educated, skilled, and
    healthy are more productive.

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D. Workers who are educated, skilled, and
healthy are more productive.
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21. Which of the following is usually TRUE about
a countrys literacy rate and its standard of
living?
  • A. A low literacy rate goes along with a low
    standard of living.
  • B. A low literacy rate goes along with a high
    standard of living.
  • C. Increasing the standard of living means
    decreasing the literacy rate.
  • D. Decreasing the standard of living means
    increasing the literacy rate.

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A. A low literacy rate goes along with a low
standard of living.
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22. Which is LEAST likely to be found in Europe
today?
  • A. Capitalism
  • B. Command economy
  • C. Traditional economy
  • D. Market economy

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C. Traditional economy
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23. Why did Prince Henry the Navigator want to
send ships south to Africa?
  • A. He hoped to learn more about marine life.
  • B. He wanted to prove the world was not flat.
  • C. He felt his father, the King, would be proud.
  • D. He wanted a route around Africa to Asian
    markets.

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D. He wanted a route around Africa to Asian
markets.
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24. What was the Columbian Exchange?
  • A. Sending food and people from the Old World to
    the New World
  • B. Sending animals and plants from the Old World
    to the New World
  • C. The moving of animals, plants, people, and
    diseases from Central and South America to North
    America.
  • D. The moving of animals, plants, people, and
    diseases from the Old World to the New World and
    from the New World to the Old World.

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D. The moving of animals, plants, people, and
diseases from the Old World to the New World and
from the New World to the Old World.
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25. This group was created in 1993 for the
purpose of creating a single economic market in
which there are no barriers to trade, services,
or capital among the member states
  • A. Warsaw Pact
  • B. European Union
  • C. North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • D. South East Asian Treaty Organization

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B. European Union
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26. In a traditional economic system people
usually exchange goods or services rather than
money. Which of the following is an example of
this exchange?
  • A. Charging goods on credit card
  • B. Bartering with a seller
  • C. Paying for services by check
  • D. Using currency to pay

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B. Bartering with a seller
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27. When a country has a market economy, which
of these statements correctly defines this system?
  • A. Workers are guaranteed a pay raise each year.
  • B. The government controls most of the
    businesses in the country.
  • C. Basic goods in the country are provided to
    all people without charge.
  • D. Companies produce goods of their choice and
    consumers decide whether to buy the goods.

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D. Companies produce goods of their choice and
consumers decide whether to buy the goods.
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28. What are the following religious
requirements Pray five times per day to Mecca
the belief in only one God, Allah, Hajj, fasting
during Ramadan, charity.
  • A. The five Commandments
  • B. Sabbath
  • C. The Five Pillars of Islam
  • D. The New Testament

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C. The Five Pillars of Islam
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29. Which statement best describes how economics
played a role in European colonies in the 19th
century?
  • A. The desire for international tourism
    increased.
  • B. Europe felt Asias growing population was a
    threat to expansion.
  • C. Trade routes to Asia from Europe were less
    important than before.
  • D. Europe wanted more sources of raw materials
    needed for manufacturing.

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D. Europe wanted more sources of raw materials
needed for manufacturing.
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30. Which of the following led to the end of the
Cold War?
  • A. The Treaty of Versailles
  • B. The Bombing of Hiroshima
  • C. The collapse of the Soviet Union
  • D. The colonization of Africa

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C. The collapse of the Soviet Union
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31. Which environmental consequence resulted
from the Chernobyl disaster?
  • A. Glaciers began to melt.
  • B. Rain forests were destroyed.
  • C. Radiation polluted the area.
  • D. Oil was spilled into the ocean.

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C. Radiation polluted the area.
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32. What do the economic systems of the U.K.,
Germany, and Russia have in common?
  • A. All are examples of pure market economies.
  • B. All are examples of mixed economies that are
    mostly market economies with some elements of
    command economies.
  • C. All are examples of mixed economies that are
    mostly command economies with some elements of
    market economies.
  • D. All are examples of pure command economies.

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B. All are examples of mixed economies that are
mostly market economies with some elements of
command economies.
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33. What do the languages of French and Italian
have in common?
  • A. They are derived from Germanic tribes.
  • B. They are spoken by the majority of the
    European population.
  • C. They are Romance languages.
  • D. They use the Cyrillic alphabet.

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C. They are Romance languages.
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34. Economic Continuum
Command
Market
US
UK
Germany
Cuba
Russia
Australia
  • Using the economic continuum, answer the
    following questions.
  • Which country has the least government
    involvement in their economy?
  • Which country has less individual freedom and
    more government involvement in their economy?

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1. Australia 2. Cuba
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35. In order to produce a good or service, four
factors of production are needed natural
resources (land), human resources (labor),
capital resources (buildings and machinery), and
entrepreneurship (organization). A sixth grade
class decides to open a popcorn stand. The stand
and the popcorn popper are examples of which
factor of production?
  • A. Natural resources
  • B. Human resources
  • C. Capital resources
  • D. Entrepreneurship

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C. Capital resources
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36. The North American Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA) was designed to promote free trade
between the United States,
  • A. Canada, and Mexico.
  • B. The United Kingdom, and Russia.
  • C. Canada, and the United Kingdom.
  • D. Mexico, and the islands of the Caribbean.

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A. Canada and Mexico.
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37. Which statement about the United Kingdoms
parliamentary system is correct?
  • A. Members of both houses of Parliament are
    elected for life
  • B. The queen decides which laws Parliament will
    debate
  • C. Members of Parliament do not belong to
    political parties
  • D. The prime minister is not directly chosen by
    voters.

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D. The prime minister is not directly chosen by
voters.
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38. In the 1400s, this man helped Portugal
take an early lead in exploration by providing
money to study navigation, develop better boats,
and encourage voyages along the coast of Africa.
Who was he? A. Christopher Columbus B. Prince
Henry (the Navigator) C. Francisco Pizarro D.
James Cook
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B. Prince Henry (the Navigator)
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39. Who were the first inhabitants of Australia?
  • A. Prisoners from Britain
  • B. Europeans looking for spices
  • C. People who migrated from Asia
  • D. Sailors from Captain Cooks ships

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C. People who migrated from Asia
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40. Which type of government would most likely
abolish all opposing political parties, the
direct election of leaders, and free speech?
  • A. Republic
  • B. Constitutional monarchy
  • C. Autocracy
  • D. Representative democracy

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C. Autocracy
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41. In the late 1700s the British government
used the colony of Australia as
  • A. A location in which to build new factories
  • B. A prison to which criminals could be sent
  • C. A military base to replace the African
    colonies
  • D. A source of resources like coal and iron.

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B. A prison to which criminals could be sent
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42. Australias government power is divided
between one central and several regional
authorities. Name the type of government.
  • A. Unitary
  • B. Confederation
  • C. Federal
  • D. Autocratic

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C. Federal
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43. What actions did the United Nations take as
a result of the Holocaust?
  • A. It divided Palestine and Germany.
  • B. It defeated Hitler and freed the Jews.
  • C. It helped the Jews find jobs and shelter.
  • D. It created a Jewish state called Israel and
    made genocide a crime.

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D. It created a Jewish state called Israel and
made genocide a crime.
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44. A market economy is very different from a
command economy. Which of the following is found
in a market economy?
  • A. Competition and privately owned businesses
  • B. Government control of industry
  • C. Guaranteed pay raises
  • D. Government control of agriculture

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A. Competition and privately owned businesses
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45. Which of the following explanations would
reflect a country with a mixed economy?
  • A. Prices and wages are solely regulated by a
    countrys government.
  • B. A combination of privately-owned industry and
    governmental control.
  • C. A countrys distribution of resources is
    based on inheritance.
  • D. Individuals make all economic decisions.

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B. A combination of privately-owned industry and
governmental control.
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46. Consider the overall climate of Russia.
Which best explains how climate has affected
Russia?
  • A lack of water has prevented the growth of
    forests.
  • B. Harsh winters have forced invading armies to
    retreat.
  • C. The long growing season makes it possible to
    produce a lot of grain
  • D. The warm winds allow year-round travel on
    Russias waterways.

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B. Harsh winters have forced invading armies to
retreat.
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47. For hundreds of years which factor has made
it most difficult for Russia to take better
advantages of its many natural resources?
  • A. large size
  • B. harsh climate
  • C. lack of rivers
  • D. mountainous terrain

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B. harsh climate
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48. How does the climate of Italy, located
along the Mediterranean, compare to the climate
of the U.K., located on the Atlantic
  • A. Italy has colder winters and shorter summers.
  • B. Italy has much more rainfall over the year.
  • C. Italy has a shorter growing season with long
    winters.
  • D. Italy has warmer winters and drier summers.

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D. Italy has warmer winters and drier summers.
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49. Which of the following countries is
located along the Mediterranean Sea?
  • A. Italy
  • B. Russia
  • C. Germany
  • D. Norway

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A. Italy
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50. The leader of Parliament in countries such
as Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom is
called the
  • A. Speaker
  • B. President
  • C. Chairman
  • D. Prime minister

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D. Prime minister
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51. How did the English colonization of
Australia affect the Aborigines?
  • A. It led to the discovery of gold which made
    the Aborigines wealthy.
  • B. It resulted in an outbreak of disease which
    reduced the Aborigine population.
  • C. It made the land difficult to farm which
    caused the Aborigines to have less food.
  • D. It introduced a new system of laws which made
    it easier for the Aborigines to own land.

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B. It resulted in an outbreak of disease which
reduced the Aborigine population.
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52. Why do some people in Quebec want
independence from Canada?
  • A. Taxes are higher in Quebec.
  • B. The standard of living is better in Quebec.
  • C. Quebecs culture is different.
  • D. Quebec's industries export more goods.

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C. Quebecs culture is different.
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53. Which environmental consequence resulted
from the Chernobyl disaster?
  • A. Glaciers began to melt.
  • B. Radiation polluted the area.
  • C. Rain forests were destroyed.
  • D. Oil was spilled into the ocean.

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B. Radiation polluted the area.
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54. Cuba has a dictatorship and Brazil has a
presidential democracy. How are these countries
different from each other?
  • A. In Cuba the head of government has unlimited
    power.
  • B. In Brazil the head of government is appointed
    for life.
  • C. In Cuba more citizens protest against the
    government.
  • D. In Brazil all newspapers are owned by the
    government.

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A. In Cuba the head of government has unlimited
power.
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55. What role did Pizarro play in the history
of Latin America?
  • A. He led a small Spanish force to defeat the
    Inca Empire.
  • B. He conquered the Aztecs by creating alliances
    with their enemies.
  • C. He led a revolt that resulted in Haitian
    independence from France.
  • D. He created nationalism in Argentina by
    appealing to the working class.

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A. He led a small Spanish force to defeat the
Inca Empire.
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56. Why is Australia more of a market economy
than a command economy?
  • A. It has very few trading partners.
  • B. Farmers grow crops for themselves only.
  • C. The government decides how to distribute
    services.
  • D. Consumers determine which goods should be
    produced.

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D. Consumers determine which goods should be
produced.
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57. Why would a country make investments in
human capital?
  • A. To decrease population.
  • B. To increase unemployment.
  • C. To decrease natural resources.
  • D. To increase gross domestic product (GDP).

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D. To increase gross domestic product (GDP).
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58. After 1986, Chernobyl, Ukraine was
abandoned. What caused the people to abandon
this city?
  • A. The nuclear power plant exploded and
    radiation levels were unsafe.
  • B. The people were being persecuted by soldiers
    of the Soviet Union.
  • C. The Chernobyl river was diverted so there was
    no drinking water.
  • D. The area was under water because of the
    construction of a dam.

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A. The nuclear power plant exploded and
radiation levels were unsafe.
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59. What war was a result of militarism and
nationalism in the late nineteenth century?
  • A. Civil War
  • B. World War I
  • C. World War II
  • D. Vietnam War

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B. World War I
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60. Which group of nations formed the Central
Powers during WWI?
  • A. Japan, Germany, Italy
  • B. United States, France, Great Britain
  • C. Ottoman Empire, Germany, United States
  • D. Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire

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A. Japan, Germany, Italy
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61. What was a cause of the Russian Revolution?
  • A. The czar was executed.
  • B. There were food shortages in Russia.
  • C. The Germans showed signs of surrender.
  • D. Soldiers did not know how to use their
    weapons.

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B. There were food shortages in Russia.
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62. did not protect the Russian royal
family changed Russias name to the Soviet
Union made a treaty with Germany to end the
war gave up large amounts of Russian land to
Germany
  • Which person did the actions listed in the box?
  • A. Vladimir Lenin
  • B. Czar Nicholas II
  • C. Emperor Wilhelm II
  • D. Woodrow Wilson

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A. Vladimir Lenin
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63. What country was once split into communist
and democratic parts but is now re-united?
  • A. Poland
  • B. Germany
  • C. Russia
  • D. France

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B. Germany
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64. What was the major cause of the worldwide
economic depression in 1929?
  • A. Treaty of Versailles
  • B. World War I
  • C. Inflated German money
  • D. U.S. stock market crash

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D. U.S. stock market crash
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65. Adolf Hitler was the leader of which
political party?
  • A. Fascist
  • B. Socialist
  • C. Nazi
  • D. Republican

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C. Nazi
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66. Which country explored and colonized much of
the New World by conquering the Aztec and Incan
civilizations?
  • A. Great Britain
  • B. Spain
  • C. Portugal
  • D. France

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B. Spain
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  • 67. Who was the leader of the Nazi Party in
    Germany?
  • Adolf Hitler
  • B. Vladimir Lenin
  • C. Woodrow Wilson
  • D. Czar Nicholas II

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A. Adolf Hitler
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68. What happened to the people who spoke out
against Hitler in Germany? A. They were sent
to Siberia. B. Some were put in prison some
were murdered. C. They were put under house
arrest. D. Some were allowed to leave Germany.
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B. Some were put in prison some were murdered.
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69. Hitler promised to rebuild Germanys military. The Treaty of Versailles angered Germans. Hitler said he would get back Germanys lost land.
Which statement explains what these sentences are
about? A. events that led to World War I B.
feelings Germans had about other countries C.
ways German leaders tried to rebuild their
country D. reasons why Hitler and the Nazis
came to power in Germany

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D. reasons why Hitler and the Nazis came to
power in Germany
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70. Which of the following best describes the
power of a Queen or King in a Constitutional
Monarchy?
  • A. The monarch has limited powers.
  • B. The monarch has absolute powers.
  • C. The monarch has unlimited powers.
  • D. The monarch is the head of government.

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A. The monarch has limited powers.
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  • 71. Which countrys colonial empire is shaded
    in the map above?
  • A. Canada
  • B. Great Britain
  • C. Spain
  • D. Australia

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B. Great Britain
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  • 72. Which countrys colonial empire is shaded
    in the map above?
  • A. Spain
  • B. Mexico
  • C. Great Britain
  • D. Portugal

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A. Spain
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73. The Black Forest in ________ has been
heavily damaged by acid rain.
  • A. Poland
  • B. Germany
  • C. Ukraine
  • D. United Kingdom

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B. Germany
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74. Parliamentary and Presidential democracies
are forms of this type of government.
  • A. Representative Democracies
  • B. Constitutional Monarchies
  • C. Federal Autocracies
  • D. Direct Democracies

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A. Representative Democracies
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75. In which system of government does the
legislature elect the executive leader of the
government?
  • A. democratic
  • B. communist
  • C. parliamentary
  • D. totalitarian

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C. parliamentary
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76. Which of these countries is currently an
example of a constitutional monarchy?
  • A. the United States
  • B. France
  • C. Indonesia
  • D. Great Britain

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D. Great Britain
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77. Which best describes how a parliamentary
government differs from the United States
government?
  • A. The legislature consists of two houses
  • B. There are usually two major political
    parties.
  • C. There are state as well as national
    governments.
  • D. The head of the government is a member of the
    legislature.

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D. The head of the government is a member of the
legislature.
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78. The leader of the Parliament in countries
such as Canada and Great Britain is called the
  • A. Speaker
  • B. President
  • C. Chairman
  • D. Prime minister

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D. Prime Minister
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79. In the 1980s and 1990s, many eastern
European governments became
  • A. more democratic
  • B. constitutional monarchies
  • C. satellites of the Soviet Union
  • D. more dictatorial

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A. more democratic
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80. The European Union (EU) was established in
the 1990s. Which of the following is a goal of
the EU?
  • A. To create a single European currency.
  • B. To endorse a single European language.
  • C. To provide military aid to European countries
    experiencing civil war.
  • D. To protect western European countries from
    formerly communist countries.

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A. To create a single European currency.
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81. What is the importance of the EU, which was
established in the 1990s?
  • A. It is a special stock market for European
    businesses.
  • B. It provides better training for people
    wanting to run businesses.
  • C. It provides its members with military
    protection from foreign attack.
  • D. It is a system to remove trade barriers and
    open trade between countries.

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D. It is a system to remove trade barriers and
open trade between countries.
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82. How has the European Union been a benefit to
the countries that have joined it?
  • A. The use of tariffs has increased trade.
  • B. Trade with the United States has increased.
  • C. More people now make full use of their
    countrys resources.
  • D. The exchange of goods among the members has
    become easier.

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D. The exchange of goods among the members has
become easier.
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83. The Great Barrier Reef lies off the
northeast coast of which country?
  • A. Brazil
  • B. Australia
  • C. Chile
  • D. Cuba

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B. Australia
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84. When a country has a free enterprise
economic system (market system) which of these
statements correctly defines this system?
  • A. Basic goods in the country are provided to
    all people without charge.
  • B. The government controls most of the
    businesses in the country.
  • C. Workers in the country own many of the
    companies that employ them.
  • D. Companies produce goods of their choice and
    consumers decide whether to buy the goods.

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D. Companies produce goods of their choice and
consumers decide whether to buy the goods.
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85. On which continent today is there only one
form of government?
  • A. South America
  • B. Europe
  • C. Australia
  • D. North America

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C. Australia
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86. The government of Australia is most similar
to the government of which other country?
  • A. Spain
  • B. France
  • C. United Kingdom
  • D. Germany

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C. United Kingdom
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87. Which best describes the government of
Australia?
  • A. Federal Republic
  • B. Absolute Monarchy
  • C. Parliamentary Democracy
  • D. Federal Parliamentary Democracy

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D. Federal Parliamentary Democracy
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88. What is the total market value of all final
goods and services produced in a country in a
given year?
  • A. gross domestic product (GDP)
  • B. human capital investments
  • C. GDP per Capita
  • D. capital goods investments

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A. gross domestic product (GDP)
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