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Test 2.

This act was passed by Parliament in the 1600s to regulate colonial trade and manufacturing.
a) Stamp Act 1765
b) Sugar Act 1764
c) Boston Tea Party Act
d) Navigation Act

This act was passed to increase taxes paid by colonists.
a) Stamp Act 1765
b) Sugar Act 1764
c) Boston Tea Party Act
d) Navigation Act

This act was passed by Parliament in 1773 and granted the EIC the right to sell tea directly to consumers for less.
a) Stamp Act 1765
b) Sugar Act 1764
c) Navigation Act
d) Tea Act of 1773

In Dec. 1773, 342 chests of tea were dumped into the Boston Harbor in protest of the tax on tea. What was this event called?
a) American Revolution
b) Seven Years' War
c) Boston Massacre
d) Boston Tea Party

This document was drafted by the Second Continental Congress in 1776 ti declare independence from Britain. It reflects Locke's ideas of the government's obligations to protect people's natural rights.
a) Declaration of Independence
b) Constitution of the United States
c) Bill of Rights
d) Articles of Confederation

Signed on September 3, 1783, this was the official peace treaty between the United States and Britain that ended the American Revolutionary War.
a) Treaty of Greenville
b) Treaty of Paris
c) Treaty of Versailles
d) Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Who discovered Calculus?
a) Liebniz
b) Bieber
c) Chance the Rapper
d) Drake

Isaac Newton wrote a book on the three laws of motion. What was the title?
a) Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica
b) Diary of a Wimpy Kid
c) Harry Potter
d) The Hunger Games

What is known as the engine of enlightenment?
a) enlightened despots
b) wolves
c) trains
d) backpacks

How many amendments are in the Bill of Rights?
a) 10
b) 11
c) 12
d) purple

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