Test Corrections 10

Test Corrections 10 - T estCorrections10,11,15,16 2.)...

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Test Corrections 10, 11, 15, 16  2.) Strong regional monarchies took hold in this period in Student Answer – “D”: France and England Correct Answer – “C”: Spain and Portugal Proof – “In Spain and Portugal, regional rulers drove back Muslim occupiers.” 5.) Which of the following was NOT an international economic difficulty experienced by the west by 1400? Student Answer – “E”: Western elites were accustomed to increasing consumption of Asian luxury products Correct Answer – “D”: Trade with Asia had ceased as a result of the Mongol conquests Proof – “Economy was growing and the West experienced much difficulty due to the elites becoming accustomed to the Asian luxury” 6.) What was the Western response to the problems of international trade that they experienced in 1400? Student Answer – “C”: They began to pull back from all but regional trade Correct Answer – “D”: Western nations began explorations of alternative routes to Asia that would bypass the Middle East and Muslim realms Proof – “The West began explorations to find better routes to Asia to avoid the middle men.” 8.) Which of the following was NOT a result of the European contact with sub-Saharan Africa after 1500? Student Answer – “C”: European weapons played an increasing role Correct Answer – “D”: Regional kingdoms lost all influence in West Africa and were replaced by European government Proof – “They also became increasingly intact with the weapons that the Europeans had introduced to the Sub-Saharan Africa” 31.) The image of the Inca Empire as a carefully organized system in which every community
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