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In Latin America, the Maya and the Aztec civilizations were similar in that they
a) showed little evidence of urbanization b) lacked a strong central government c) developed complex mathematical and calendar systems d) used military weapons superior to those of Europeans
A study of the Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations of Latin America would show that these civilizations
a) developed advanced and complex societies before the arrival of the Europeans b) established extensive trade with Pacific Rim nations c) were strongly influenced by their contact with Asian and African civilizations d) were relatively large, but not well organized
Which was an immediate result of the European Age of Exploration?
a) Islamic culture spread across Africa and Asia b) European influence spread to the Western hemisphere c) independence movements developed in Asia and Africa d) military dictatorships were established throughout Europe
A major result of the Age of Exploration was
a) a long period of peace and prosperity for the nations of Western Europe b) extensive migration of people from the Western Hemisphere to Europe and Asia c) the fall of European national monarchies and the end of the power of the Catholic Church d) the end of regional isolation and the beginning of a period of European global domination
Which system developed as a result of the Commercial Revolution (beginning of business organizations in Europe)
a) manorialism b) communism c) bartering d) market economy
Which of these events during the Age of Exploration was a cause of the other three?
a) Europeans brought food, animals, and ideas from one continent to another b) European diseases had an adverse effect on the native populations of new territories c) warfare increased as European nations competed for land and power d) advances in learning and technology made long ocean voyages possible
The Native American population of Mexico in 1492 has been estimated at 25 million; the population in 1608 has been estimated at 1.7 million. This decrease in population was mainly a result of
a) crop failures brought on by poor weather conditions b) emigration of Native Americans to Europe and Africa c) wars between various native groups d) diseases introduced by the Spanish
In Latin America during the early period of Spanish colonialism, the deaths of large numbers of the native people led to
a) a decline in Spanish immigration to the Americas b) the removal of most Spanish troops from the Americas c) the importation of slaves from Africa d) improved health care in the colonies
Both Japan and China decided to limit trade with Europe during much of the 16th and 17th centuries because the Japanese and the Chinese
a) had few products to sell to the Europeans b) held religious beliefs that prohibited contact with foreigners c) thought European technology would hinder any effort to modernize d) believed they would receive no benefit from increased contact with the Europeans
One reason the Spanish conquistadors were able to conquer the Aztec and Inca Empires rapid is that
a) these empires had no standing armies b) the Spanish had better weapons than the Aztecs and Incas did c) the Spanish greatly outnumbered the Aztecs and Incas d) the Aztecs and Incas joined together to fight the Spanish
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