HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

In which social class were the warriors and rulers? A)   
Kashatriyas

B)   
Sudras

C)   
Vaishyas

D)   
Brahmins

 

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Answer 1
Answer: The correct answer is B) Kashatriyas. Hope this helps.
Answer 2
Answer: A. Kashatriyas (the second level of the four level caste system)

Sudras are the lowest of the caste; workers
Vaishyas are the in the 3rd level; merchants and farmers
Brahmins are the absolute highest; priests

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HIGH SCHOOL

Unionization a. made wealthy industrialist wealthier


b. forced many businesses to close


c. gave a louder voice to low paid factory workers


d. led to corruption among workers

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Answer:

C

Explanation:

The workers were treated badly and worked in condition

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What does the above chart explain about migration trends? A. It shows that migration did not start until modern technology wa
B. It shows that agricultural societies are the most developed socie
C. It shows that as human needs and resources change, societies
D. It shows that having a strong artistic culture will not increase mi
Please select the best answer from the choices provided.

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I don’t know but d sounds right
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Crispin yes no answer key​

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Answer:

I think its No

Answer:

i think yes

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

What was the country’s staple in the South before the Great Migration?

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The country's staple in the South before the Great Migration was Cotton. The agriculture in the south was always driven by large-scale plantation to exportation. And the cultures more cultivated were Cotton, tobacco, and sugar. African-Americans, prior to the Great migration, used to work in the farm sector, particularly in the intensive labor crop of cotton. Either working under a sharecropper system or wage laborer.  


Answer:

Cotton

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the following chronological listings for eras of Texas History is correct? A. Civil War Texas, Early Statehood, Era Of Reform, the Great Depression.
B. Era Of Reform, Early Statehood, Civil War Texas, the Great Depression.
C. The Great Depression, Civil War Texas, Early Statehood, Era Of Reform.
D. Early Statehood, Civil War Texas, Era Of Reform, the Great Depression.

I NEED HELP WITH THIS QUESTION. Im struggling on this Test.

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Answer:

The correct answer here is the option D.

Explanation:

The Early Statehood period of Texas includes the period between 1845 to 1861. This means that that this period ended just as the Civil War started, so the next period is the Civil War Texas which lasted from 1861-1865. After that began the Era of Reform which lasted from 1890  until 1920. The last period is the period of the Great Depression which lasted from 1929 till 1939.

Answer:

D. Early Statehood, Civil War Texas, Era Of Reform, the Great Depression

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Under the Song dynasty, individuals selected as officials followed the teachings of: A.
Buddha

B.
Genghis Khan

C.
Jesus

D.
Confucius

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The correct answer is D) Confucius. Although philosophers and elected officials did infuse Buddhism with Confucian teachings, they created a sort of neo-Confucianism, which was a philosophy based completely on the teachings of Confucius. Even though they had Buddhist infusions within neo-Confucianism, people were often quite skeptical about Buddhist and Taoist (another Chinese religious tradition) teachings. 

The answer is D Confucius

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Explain how various Presidents views have shaped the powers of office?

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Presidents own views affected the power of the office because the congress/constitution gives the presidents more power.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Who was the 34th president of the United States?

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Answer:

Dwight David Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States.

President for 1953-1961

Answer:

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Explanation:

Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States.

His time as president began in 1953 and ended in 1961.

HIGH SCHOOL

What does the term primary source mean?

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Primary source is an artifact, a document, diary, manuscript, autobiography, a recording, or other source of information that was created at the time under study.
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What is the main theme of the excerpt? Read this excerpt from Guy de Maupassant's "Mother Savage" about an old woman who takes in four Prussian soldiers while her son is away fighting in the French army: But the old woman thought always of her own son, so tall and thin, with his hooked nose and his brown eyes and his heavy mustache which made a roll of black hair upon his lip. She asked every day of each of the soldiers who were installed beside her hearth: "Do you know where the French marching regiment, No. 23, was sent? My boy is in it." They invariably answered, "No, we don't know, don't know a thing at all." And, understanding her pain and her uneasiness—they who had mothers, too, there at home—they rendered her a thousand little services. She loved them well, moreover, her four enemies, since the peasantry have no patriotic hatred; that belongs to the upper class alone. The humble, those who pay the most because they are poor and because every new burden crushes them down; those who are killed in masses, who make the true cannon's prey because they are so many; those, in fine, who suffer most cruelly the atrocious miseries of war because they are the feeblest and offer least resistance—they hardly understand at all those bellicose ardors, that excitable sense of honor or those pretended political combinations which in six months exhaust two nations, the conqueror with the conquered. A. mother’s love has no barriers. B.In war, there are no winners. C. The common man is not patriotic. D.The poor suffer the most in war.