Geography 2105 Exam #3 Spring 2011

Geography 2105 Exam #3 Spring 2011 - Geography 2105 Exam #...

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Geography 2105 – Exam # 3: March 23, 2011 (David J Doran) 1. Tel Aviv (a.) 6 (b.) 7 (c.) 8 (d.) 9 (e.) 10 2. Tripoli (a.) 6 (b.) 7 (c.) 8 (d.) 9 (e.) 10 3. Cairo (a.) 6 (b.) 7 (c.) 8 (d.) 9 (e.) 10 4. Nairobi (a.) 6 (b.) 7 (c.) 8 (d.) 9 (e.) 10 5. Lagos (a.) 6 (b.) 7 (c.) 8 (d.) 9 (e.) 10 6. Kampala (a.) 1 (b.) 2 (c.) 3 (d.) 4 (e.) 5 7. Kigali (a.) 1 (b.) 2 (c.) 3 (d.) 4 (e.) 5 8. Cape Town (a.) 1 (b.) 2 (c.) 3 (d.) 4 (e.) 5 9. Durban (a.) 1 (b.) 2 (c.) 3 (d.) 4 (e.) 5 10. Johannesburg (a.) 1 (b.) 2 (c.) 3 (d.) 4 (e.) 5
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Last King of Scotland: 11. What was the name of Uganda’s first President, overthrown in the 1971 Ugandan coup d’état? (a.) Habyarama >(b.) Obote (c.) Kagame (d.) Mugabe (e.) Mandela 12. Who became president of the new Uganda in 1971? >(a.) General Idi Amin Dada (b.) Paul Kagame (c.) Charles Taylor (d.) Ellen Johnson 13. If Rwanda is an excellent example of genocide, Idi Amin is a grand example of ? (a.) Colonialism (b.) Ethno – nationalism (c.) Disease >(d.) Corruption 14. (a.) Nile River
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course GEOG 2105 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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Geography 2105 Exam #3 Spring 2011 - Geography 2105 Exam #...

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