AP WH Mid Term Exam Practice Test 3

AP WH Mid Term Exam Practice Test 3 - AP WORLD HISTORY -...

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AP WORLD HISTORY - SEMESTER 1 EXAM - MR. MULFORD Mr. Mulford - 1, 2, 3 GO CHARGER! - Liberty High School - GO GATORS! 1. The gradual adoption of agriculture transformed the world most by causing [A] major die off of wild species. [B] global population increase. [C] an increase in insect infestation due to mono-cropping. [D] global population decrease. [E] major migrations to the temperate zones. 2. Early societies developed civilizations in the floodplains of great rivers because the rivers and floodplains provided [A] a cheap form of long-distance transportation. [B] a route for barge traffic. [C] spawning grounds for fish. [D] fertile silt and water for agriculture. [E] a “natural compass.” 3. The term city-state refers to [A] a large city surrounded by a protective wall. [B] an urban center and the agricultural hinterlands it controlled. [C] any number of small states which engaged in long-distance trade. [D] an association of mutually dependent cities. [E] the political institution that ruled over ancient kingdoms. 4. The Babylonian leader Hammurabi is best known for his [A] religious reforms. [B] modern political organization. [C] law code. [D] expansion of the Mesopotamian economy. [E] physical strength. 5. The culture that developed in Egypt was unique largely because of [A] Egypt’s large population. [B] Egyptian dominance in metalworking. [C] Egypt’s natural isolation and essential self-sufficiency. [D] Egypt’s surplus agricultural production and trade. [E] Egypt’s interaction with other civilizations. 6. A pivotal event in early Egyptian history was [A] the assassination of Ramesses. [B] the creation of popular democracy by King Menes. [C] the unification of all Egypt under King Menes. [D] the rejection of divine birth by Queen Hapshepsut. [E] the freeing of the slaves under King Gilgamesh. 7. Egypt’s external interests were primarily concentrated on [A] defeating the threatening desert nomads. [B] war for the sake of gaining slaves. [C] maintaining access to valuable raw materials. [D] acquiring new territory. [E] trading for the gold and wealth of western Africa.
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AP WORLD HISTORY - SEMESTER 1 EXAM - MR. MULFORD Mr. Mulford - 1, 2, 3 GO CHARGER! - Liberty High School - GO GATORS! 8. According to the chapter, why was China’s development unique? [A] It was geographically separate from the rest of East Asia. [B] Most of the country is desert. [C] China was always lagged behind the rest of the world in development. [D] It had a small population. [E] It never developed agriculture. 9. The Chinese political system which relied primarily on strict laws and punishments in order to compel the people to behave is called [A] Moism. [B] Confucianism. [C] Legalism. [D] Rationalism [E] Daoism. 10. Two indigenous Chinese philosophies that emerged from the Warring States Period are
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