Cartoons, Graphs, and Visuals for Practice

Cartoons, Graphs, and Visuals for Practice

CARTOONS, GRAPHS, AND VISUALS FOR PRACTICE From January 2009 The Question

Based on information shown in these maps, the change in the Balkan states between 1914 and 1930 is a result of (1) the end of World War I and the treaties of 19191920 (2) the role played by the Catholic Church to stop the advance of Islam

(3) economic competition and development of new capitalistic markets (4) movement of people to escape earthquakes and droughts The Answer:

(1) the end of World War I and the treaties of 19191920 From January 2009 The Question

In 1968, the areas labeled Estonian SSR, Belorussian SSR, and Moldavian SSR referred to (1) republics that were part of the Soviet Union (2) members of the Central Powers (3) independent nations of Eastern

Europe (4) members of the Organization of Petroleum The Answer

(1) Republics that were part of the Soviet Union From January 2009 The Question

The main idea of this 1949 cartoon is that the United Nations would (1) work to solve pollution problems (2) meet only when world crises erupted (3) bridge the gap between world powers

(4) prevent the Cold War The Answer (3) Bridge the gap between world powers From January 2009

The Question Which title best completes this graphic organizer? (1) Saddam Hussein and the Persian Gulf War (2) Sun Yixian (Sun Yat-sen) and the

Defeat of the Manchu Dynasty (3) Joseph Stalin and the Rise of a Totalitarian State (4) Jawaharlal Nehru and the Modern Industrial State of India The Answer

(3) Joseph Stalin and the Rise of a Totalitarian State From August 2008

The Question Which item best completes this graphic organizer? (1) Development of the Wheel (2) Preservation of Greek and Roman Culture (3) Creation of the Compass

(4) Utilization of Cuneiform The Answer (2) Preservation of Greek and Roman Culture

From August 2008 The Question Based on this print, which statement reflects an important theme in Japanese art and culture?

(1) Nature is a powerful force. (2) Beauty is found in technological innovations. (3) Realistic portrayals create a harmonious effect. (4) Traditional activities should be expressed in simple forms.

The Answer (1) Nature is a powerful force. From August 2008

The Question This cartoonist is referring to the way Germany was affected in 1919 by (1) the Congress of Vienna (2) its defeat of Napoleon (3) the Treaty of Versailles

(4) its defeat in World War II The Answer (3) The Treaty of Versailles

From August 2008 The Question Between which two years did the number of collective farms increase the most? (1) 1929 and 1930

(2) 1930 and 1931 (3) 1934 and 1935 (4) 1939 and 1940 The Answer

(2) 1930 and 1931 From August 2008 The Question What does this cartoon suggest about news coverage of world events?

(1) Social concerns are often overemphasized. (2) Africas issues are often overshadowed by events in other regions. (3) Too much time is devoted to European affairs. (4) Africas problems can be solved if

global powers cooperate. The Answer (2) Africas issues are often overshadowed by events in other

regions. From August 2008 The Question The economic trend represented in this chart is most likely an effect of the

creation of the (1) Organization of American States (OAS) (2) North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) (3) North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) (4) Organization of Petroleum Exporting

Countries (OPEC) The Answer (3) North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

From August 2008 The Question What is the main idea of this 2002 cartoon? (1) The technology of the Cold War now threatens peace in Asia.

(2) The risk of nuclear conflict has been eliminated. (3) Nuclear power presents a possible solution to energy shortages in southern Asia. (4) Mediation has lessened tensions between India and Pakistan.

The Answer (1) The technology of the Cold War now threatens peace in Asia.

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