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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 161

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Based on the political cartoon, when might a person charged with a crime be denied bail?

  1. amount of money needed to get out of jail is too high

  2. amount of time in the sentence the judge gives is too high

  3. risk that the person might flee is too great

  4. state of mind of the person is uncertain

  5. police officer is uncertain of the person’s actions

Answer: C

Question No: 162

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Which was a goal of the nations that sponsored the explorations shown on the map?

  1. trade wars with Africa, Asia, and the Americas

  2. accurate maps of the world to share with other nations

  3. profitable new trade routes to Asia

  4. resettling growing populations in their nations

  5. exploration of the ocean beds

Answer: C

Question No: 163

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Which technology helped the explorers complete the journeys shown on the map?

  1. chariot wheel

  2. compass

  3. electricity

  4. steam engine

  5. windmill

Answer: B

Question No: 164

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In 1493, Pope Alexander VI settled land disputes between Spain and Portugal by creating the Line of Demarcation on the map of the world.

How did this land settlement affect Spain?

  1. gained control of exploration in North America

  2. lost its right to explore and trade in South America

  3. stopped competing with England for power and wealth

  4. gained a monopoly of the spice trade with India

  5. took over the ivory trade with African kingdoms

Answer: A

Question No: 165

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Which development occurred as a result of the voyages shown on the map?

  1. People stopped traveling on the oceans.

  2. Slavery lost its commerical value.

  3. Agriculture was no longer needed.

  4. Trade linked many regions of the world.

  5. Colonization brought power to the native peoples in the Americas.

Answer: D

Question No: 166

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Which fact about the U.S. national debt between 1977 and 1991 is shown in the graph at the left?

  1. caused unemployment to grow

  2. was paid off

  3. increased steadily during the 1980s

  4. stopped growing in 1991

  5. caused the average income to increase

Answer: C

Question No: 167

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Which statement is the main point of the cartoon at the left, which appeared in Harper’s Weekly magazine on April 22, 1865?

  1. never met or spoke to each other

  2. became discouraged and quit fighting

  3. made similar sacrifices in battle

  4. fought against each other

  5. met for the first time

Answer: C

Question No: 168

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Which change in the economy most likely helped cause the change in the minimum wage shown in the graph?

  1. the birth rate

  2. the trade deficit

  3. the cost of living

  4. natural resources

  5. computer use

Answer: C

Question No: 169

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Based on the information, which immediate economic effect is most likely to result?

  1. The demand for ginkgo will decline.

  2. The supply of ginkgo will increase rapidly.

  3. The price of ginkgo will remain stable.

  4. The price of ginkgo will decrease.

  5. The price of ginkgo will increase.

Answer: E

Question No: 170

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If leaders of Asian countries wanted to increase and sustain trade revenue from the sale of ginkgo, which action would most likely help them accomplish this goal?

  1. Charge high prices until all of the ginkgo trees are destroyed.

  2. Prohibit the harvesting of ginkgo for a few years.

  3. Discourage Western nations’ consumption of ginkgo.

  4. Encourage the harvesting and replanting of new ginkgo trees.

  5. Raise tariffs on Asian-grown ginkgo.

Answer: D

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