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Chapter 1 Quiz Key Version B

 

7)

What was the most likely effect of advances such as the plow and improved irrigation on early civilizations? (DO

 

1)

What is the key version for the quiz?

 

NOW 08/22/2016)

a)

A

a)

Population decreased.

 
b) B
b)
B
 

b)

Crop production increased.

 

c)

Villages fought over new technology.

 
 

2)

This quiz is for what class?

 

d)

More farmers were needed to keep up the

a)

English

supply of food.

b)

Math

c)

Physical Education (P.E.)

 

8)

In Egypt the pharaoh was both ruler and

d)

Science

(DO NOW 08/22/2016)

e)

World History

 

a)

an emperor.

 
 

b)

a priest.

 

3)

Who is the teacher for this class?

 

c)

a commoner.

 

a)

Mr. Diaz

 
d) a god.
d)
a god.
 

b)

Mr. Neal

 

c)

Mr. Noh

 

9)

Which form of writing, practiced by the

d)

Mr. Son

 

Sumerians, is described as wedge-shaped?

e)

Mr. Trieu

 

(DO NOW 08/22/2016)

 

a)

Cuneiform

 
 

4)

Analects are the holy book of what

 

b)

Glyphs

 

religion? (DO NOW 08/18/2016)

c)

Hieroglyphics

 
 

a)

Buddhism

 

d)

Pictographs

 

b)

Christianity

 

c)

Confucianism

 

10) The covenant between Abraham and God

d)

Hinduism

 

established Judaism as a religion (DO

e)

Judaism

NOW 08/23/2016)

 

a)

Concerned only with the afterlife.

 
 

5)

What is the name of god for Hinduism?

 

b)

In which many gods were worshiped.

 

(DO NOW 08/18/2016)

c)

With many strict rules and regulations.

 

a)

Abraham

 

d)

That focused on the worship of one god.

b)

Allah

c)

Brahman

 

11) The forced movement of Jews out of

d)

Confucius

 

Palestine (Israel). (DO NOW 08/24/2016)

e)

Jesus

a)

Covenant

 
 

b)

Diaspora

 
 

6)

Why did hunter-gathers lead nomadic, or

 

c)

Monotheism

 
 

traveling, lives? (DO NOW 08/19/2016)

d)

Polytheism

 

a)

They moved on when the soil was used up.

e)

Synagogues

b)

They followed the movements of animals.

 

c)

They outgrew their villages.

 

12) What religion believes in the Four Noble

d)

They moved to escape wars.

Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path? (DO NOW 08/25/2016)

 

a)

Buddhism

 

b)

Christianity

c)

Hinduism

d)

Islam

e)

Judaism

13) What religion follows the Five Pillars? (DO NOW 08/25/2016)

19) In Five Themes of Geography,” what is an area of Earths surface with distinctive

  • a) Buddhism

characteristics?

  • b) Christianity

  • a) Location

  • c) Hinduism

  • b) Place

d) Islam
d)
Islam
  • c) Region

 
  • e) Judaism

  • d) Movement

 
  • e) Human-Environment

14) What is NOT an example of landforms?

 
  • a) Mountains

20) In Five Themes of Geography,” what it

  • b) Oceans

 

called when people change or adapt to the

  • c) Plains

physical world?

  • d) Plateaus

  • a) Location

  • e) Valleys

  • b) Place

  • c) Region

15) What is NOT a continent?

  • d) Movement

 
  • a) Africa

  • e) Human-Environment

  • b) Asia

  • c) Antarctica

21) What was the name of the Iceman”

  • d) Atlantic

 

mummy?

  • e) Australia

  • a) Alp

b) Otzi
b)
Otzi

16) What percentage of Earth is covered by

  • c) Khufu

water?

  • d) Sphinx

  • a) 100

  • e) Tut

b) 75
b)
75
  • c) 50

22) What was NOT an artifact found with the

  • d) 25

Iceman” mummy?

  • e) 0

  • a) Arrow

  • b) Dagger

17) What is NOT an ocean?

  • c) Match

 
  • a) Arctic

  • d) Shoe

  • b) Europe

 
  • e) Spear

  • c) Indian

  • d) Pacific

23) What are the skills and methods people

  • e) Southern

use to make maps?

 
  • a) Artifact

18) What are weather conditions at a particular

  • b) Cartography

 

place over a period of time?

  • c) Climate

  • a) Archaeology

  • d) Landform

 
  • b) Cartography

  • e) Scholar

  • c) Climate

 
  • d) Landforms

24) What does the oldest surviving map drawn

  • a) America

  • e) Vegetation

on a clay tablet more than 4,000 years ago

show?

  • b) Babylon

 
  • c) China

  • d) Egypt

  • e) India

25) Who was the Ancient Greek that wrote about making accurate maps?

  • a) Abraham

  • b) Confucius

  • c) Buddha

  • d) Jesus

  • e) Ptolemy

 

26) Muslim scholars made maps in what language?

  • a) Arabic

 
  • b) Cuneiform

  • c) English

  • d) Greek

  • e) Spanish

27) What is the holy city for Muslims?

  • a) Jerusalem

  • b) Los Angeles

  • c) Mecca

 
  • d) Vatican

  • e) Washington DC

28) What is the line used to divide Earth into Northern and Southern Hemispheres?

  • a) Artifact

  • b) Archaeology

  • c) Equator

 
  • d) Excavation

  • e) Prime meridian

29)

25) Who was the Ancient Greek that wrote about making accurate maps? a) Abraham b) Confucius

What is line shown in the above map?

  • a) Archaeolgy

  • b) Climate

  • c) Equator

  • d) Excavation

  • e) Prime meridian

30)

25) Who was the Ancient Greek that wrote about making accurate maps? a) Abraham b) Confucius

What are the lines shown in the above picture?

  • a) Artifact

  • b) Landform

  • c) Latitude

 
  • d) Longitude

  • e) Prime meridian

31)

25) Who was the Ancient Greek that wrote about making accurate maps? a) Abraham b) Confucius

What are the lines shows in the above picture?

  • a) Climate

  • b) Culture

  • c) Landform

  • d) Latitude

  • e) Longitude

32)

25) Who was the Ancient Greek that wrote about making accurate maps? a) Abraham b) Confucius

What type of map projection is shown in the above map?

  • a) Mercator projection

  • b) Homolosine projection

  • c) Robinson projection

  • d) Latitude projection

  • e) Longitude projection

33) What map projection shows the sizes of the continents and oceans almost accurately?

  • a) Mercator projection

  • b) Homolosine projection

  • c) Robinson projection

  • d) Latitude projection

  • e) Longitude projection

34) What is the recovery and study of physical evidence from the past?

  • a) Archaeology

  • b) Cartography

  • c) Climate

  • d) Geography

  • e) Weather

35) Arts, beliefs, customs, language, and technology are examples of what?

  • a) Continent

  • b) Culture

 
  • c) Excavation

  • d) Hemisphere

  • e) Projection

36) What is a document or artifact created during a historical event?

  • a) Continent

  • b) Geography

  • c) Oral history

  • d) Primary source

  • e) Secondary source

37) What are stories told verbally from generation to generation?

  • a) Climate

  • b) Cartography

  • c) Excavation

  • d) Historian

  • e) Oral history

33) What map projection shows the sizes of the continents and oceans almost accurately? a) Mercator
33) What map projection shows the sizes of the continents and oceans almost accurately? a) Mercator

For questions 28-30 use the compass and map. (N=North, S=South, E=East, W=West)

38) What is the latitude (North or South) and longitude (West and East) coordinates for A?

  • a) 0*, 150*W

  • b) 60*N, 90*W

  • c) 60*S, 90*E

  • d) 30*S, 60*W

  • e) 30*N, 60*E

39) What is the latitude (North or South) and longitude (West and East) coordinates for E?

  • a) 0*, 150*W

  • b) 30*N, 150*E

 
  • c) 30*S, 150*W

 
  • d) 60*N, 60*E

  • e) 60*S, 60*W

40) C is located in what continent?

  • a) Africa

  • b) Asia

  • c) Europe

  • d) North America

 
  • e) South America