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Careful study of the stars led the Mayans to develop what advancement?
a) a 365-day calendar b) a telescope c) a monotheistic religion d)
What caused the destruction of the Incan and Aztec civilizations?
a) conflict with the Mayan people b) new foods brought by the Europeans c) wars with European conquerors d)
Terrace farming by the Inca and the use of chinampas by the Aztec are examples of what advancement?
a) policies for conquering new land b) agricultural adaptation to the environment c) creation of a simple government structure d)
The Aztecs of Mexico established which city as their capital?
a) Tijuana b) El Salvador c) Tenochtitlan d)
For what feature are ancient Mayan cities best known?
a) stone temples and palaces b) elaborate underground passages c) d)
Which civilization was established in present day Mexico with a multi-tiered social hierarchy?
a) Aztec b) Hutu c) Inca d)
Which culture created sophisticated network of city-states with a king and a great military out of the Yucatan Peninsula?
a) Aztec b) Hutu c) Maya d)
Terrace farming by the Inca and Chinampas by the Aztec are examples of what advancement?
a) creation of a government structure b) policies for conquering new land c) agricultural adaptation to the environment d)
On what increment was the Aztec and Mayan counting system based?
a) hundreds b) tens c) twenties d)
What led to the decline of the Aztec empire?
a) Spanish conquistadors b) declining population c) over farming d)
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