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Muslims developed Algebra. What uses did Mathematics NOT have in Islamic culture?
a) Determine distances b) Figure out the time of day c) Figure out the time of day to call Muslims to worship d) Determine who Muslims should marry
Non-Muslims were treated differently than Muslims. What were non-Muslims forced to do?
a) Non-Muslims had to pay a special tax b) Non-Muslims could not marry c) Non-Muslims had to convert to Islam d) Non-Muslims could not own land
Non-Muslims were treated differently than Muslims. What were non-Muslims not able to do?
a) Non-Muslims could not trade with Muslims b) Non-Muslims could not own land c) Non-Muslims could not marry Muslim women d) Non-Muslims could not learn to read
What language spread along with Islam?
a) Latin b) Arabic c) Greek d) Italian
What did Muslims lead advances in?
a) Construction b) Architecture c) Sea Navigation d) Chariots
What did Muslims lead advances in?
a) Architecture b) Art c) Weapons d) Algebra
What did Muslims lead advances in?
a) Art b) Banking c) History d) Construction
What is an astrolab?
a) a journey to a place of religious importance b) a religious image c) a Muslim place of worship d) an instrument used by navigators to determine latitude
How were the lands that were once part of the Byzantine Empire added to the Islamic world?
a) through Muslim wars and conquests b) through building of cathedrals c) through the spread of the Arabic language d) through the desire of their citizens to become Muslims
What land did Muslims NOT conquer?
a) North Africa b) Southeast Asia c) China d) England
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