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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 121

In this speech, President Johnson says that television is least effective in covering which event?

  1. riots

  2. wars

  3. peaceful progress

  4. violent confrontations

  5. political campaigns

Answer: C

Question No: 122

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Which purpose most likely explains the cartoonist’s reason for drawing the microscope as hedid?

  1. to focus on the scientific and logical nature of the hearings

  2. to show that the justice nominee was a small person

  3. to prove that the justice nominee was a powerful person

  4. to show that the Senate committee was far away from the nominee

  5. to emphasize how closely a justice nominee can be examined

Answer: E

Question No: 123

Which prediction about famines would the author of this article most likely make?

  1. Famines will decrease in the next ten years.

  2. No world region will be completely protected from famines.

  3. Technology will soon be able to prevent famines.

  4. No future famine will be as destructive as past famines.

  5. Governments will not be able to reduce the hardships of famines.

Answer: B

Question No: 124

Which activity would most likely reduce the risk of famine in a region that is likely to have droughts?

  1. providing nutrition classes for people

  2. improving crop production to create food surpluses

  3. charging higher prices for food during times of food shortages

  4. reporting in the news about an ongoing famine

  5. using farming methods that cause soil erosion

Answer: B

Question No: 125

Which statement summarizes why people are not able to prevent famines?

  1. without any warning

  2. in areas where few people live

  3. from conditions that are difficult to control

  4. quickly before people can do anything to help

  5. in poorly governed countries

Answer: C

Question No: 126

In the early 1940s, a team of Harvard graduate students and IBM engineers built Mark I, the first electromechanical computer; its use expanded from government to business, and, in the 1990s, to the home. Computers have made it possible to gather, store, and distribute information faster than ever before in history.

Which occurrence is a possible harmful side effect of this trend in information management?

  1. Emergency and police responses have speeded up.

  2. Library records are more easily stored.

  3. Telephone service is provided through push-button choices.

  4. The printing costs of some magazines have remained unchanged.

  5. Access to too much information can stall decision-making.

Answer: E

Question No: 127

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Which conclusion about world religions in 1995 is confirmed in the chart to the left?

  1. The area with the largest number of Christians was Latin America.

  2. There were more non-Christians than Christians.

  3. Religion was the most influential factor in peoples’ lives.

  4. The largest religious group in the world was Hindu.

  5. There were more non-religious people than religious people.

Answer: B

Question No: 128

The official unemployment rate includes only people who are actively looking for but unable to find work.The actual unemployment rate includes not only the officially unemployed but also those people who have dropped out of the labor market, those who are working part time but want full-time jobs, and those working for poverty wages.

Based on the information, which statement can be inferred about the official unemployment rate?

  1. does not reflect the true number of unemployed people

  2. includes people who have given up looking for jobs

  3. excludes minorities and women

  4. is a reliable indicator of the state of the country’s economy

  5. excludes the urban unemployed

Answer: A

Question No: 129

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For hundreds of years, a huge desert, the Sahara, separated and protected West Africa from European and Asian armies. However, eventually, between the years 1000 and 1500 A.D., Arab Muslim trading caravans from the north and east linked the trading world to three African kingdoms, one of which was Ghana. Ghana’s king ruled more than a million people by the 11th century A.D. Ghana became a rich empire because it controlled the trade routes between the salt mines in the Sahara and the gold mines farther south. The Muslim kings of Mali conquered Ghana by the end of the 13th century. Mali’s capital city, Timbuktu, became a great center of Islamic religion, learning, art, and trade.The Emperor Mansa Musa made Mali the center of gold production and African-Eurasian trade.

Eventually, the Songhai Empire conquered Mali in 1468 A.D. The empire reestablished Timbuktu as a great Muslim trading center in West Africa. Traders throughout Africa soughtSonghai’s tin and leather products. Songhai grew and ultimately controlled an area of 1,500 miles across West Africa.

Adapted from The Age of Calamity, A.D. 1300-1400 (Richmond, Va.: Time-Life Books, 1989), 143-148; T. Walter Wallbank et al., History and Life, 4th ed. (Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman, and Co., 1993) 283-286, 324-329.

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Which geographic feature helped to protect the West African states from invaders?

  1. the Sahara

  2. the Indian Ocean

  3. the Mediterranean Sea

  4. the Nile River

  5. the Atlantic Ocean

Answer: A

Question No: 130

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For hundreds of years, a huge desert, the Sahara, separated and protected West Africa from European and Asian armies. However, eventually, between the years 1000 and 1500 A.D., Arab Muslim trading caravans from the north and east linked the trading world to three African kingdoms, one of which was Ghana. Ghana’s king ruled more than a million people by the 11th century A.D. Ghana became a rich empire because it controlled the trade routes between the salt mines in the Sahara and the gold mines farther south. The Muslim kings of Mali conquered Ghana by the end of the 13th century. Mali’s capital city, Timbuktu, became a great center of Islamic religion, learning, art, and trade.The Emperor Mansa Musa made Mali the center of gold production and African-Eurasian trade.

Eventually, the Songhai Empire conquered Mali in 1468 A.D. The empire reestablished Timbuktu as a great Muslim trading center in West Africa. Traders throughout Africa sought Songhai’s tin and leather products. Songhai grew and ultimately controlled an area of 1,500 miles across West Africa.

Adapted from The Age of Calamity, A.D. 1300-1400 (Richmond, Va.: Time-Life Books, 1989), 143-148; T. Walter Wallbank et al., History and Life, 4th ed. (Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman, and Co., 1993) 283-286, 324-329.

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Why was Timbuktu important in the empires of Mali and Songhai?

  1. People did not live outside the walls of Timbuktu.

  2. The emperors moved away from Timbuktu.

  3. The climate was hot and dry in Timbuktu.

  4. Trade routes began and ended in Timbuktu.

  5. Timbuktu was isolated from the people of the empires.

Answer: D

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