Period 4: Global Interactions, c. 1450 to c. 1750
Key Concept 4.1 Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange
The interconnection of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres made possible by transoceanic voyaging marked a key
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Part 1: The Early Complex Societies, 3500 to
1. The term prehistory refers to the period before
A) the evolution of hominids.
B) the evolution of homo sapiens.
C) a human language.
E) the alphabet.
Question Type: Fact-base
How did humans settle in all parts of of the Americans
an in Oceania?
High sea levels did not prevent people from settling here. They
interacted with people of different societies within the Americans
and within Oceania. The first inhabitants of this land
Ink Chromatography Lab
Design and/or interpret the results of a separation experiment (filtration, paper chromatography,
column chromatography, or distillation) in terms of the relative strength of interactions among
Kinetics and equilibrium - HW
1) A burning splint will burn more vigorously in pure oxygen than in air because
A) oxygen is a reactant in combustion and concentration of oxygen is higher in pure
oxygen than is in air.
B) oxygen is a ca
mathematics and Greek and
Copernicus was close to
finishing his findings on