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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 61

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According to the map above, which of the following U.S. regions was the most densely populated in 2000?

  1. Rocky Mountain states

  2. central Great Plains

  3. northern Great Lakes

  4. Gulf of Mexico coast

  5. northeast coast

Answer: E

Question No: 62

Which statement is a standard explanation in support of a property tax?

  1. It is a fair tax because everyone is taxed an equal total amount each year.

  2. It is based on dollar earnings; the more people earn, the more they will pay.

  3. Businesses should pay more taxes than individuals pay.

  4. The more people own, the more they should be able to pay.

  5. The less people own, the more services they will use.

Answer: D

Question No: 63

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Which of the following developments contributed to the overall change in gasoline prices between 1973 and 1985 shown in the graph above?

  1. People began to drive their cars less often.

  2. Major oil producers made less oil available to the U.S. market.

  3. Middle Eastern oil wells dried up.

  4. Companies produced alternative energy supplies that replaced oil.

  5. Less gasoline was needed by the U.S. military.

Answer: B

Question No: 64

According to the graph at the left, how did consumers in the Netherlands compare with consumers from other countries?

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  1. had greater access to the Internet

  2. were more likely to learn computer technology

  3. had less access to shopping malls

  4. owned more computers

  5. shopped more on the Internet

Answer: E

Question No: 65

Corrective taxes are one way to deal with problems such as pollution.For example, driving a car creates air pollution that is a cost to everybody.Using high-sulphur fuels for heating or manufacturing also creates air pollution.Taxing fuels that cause air pollution increases fuel prices and may persuade users to find, where possible, less polluting fuels.

Which statement below helps to best explain why some people believe that corrective taxes are fair and justified?

  1. People should be forced to live with the harmful effects of pollution.

  2. Alternative fuels as substitutes for high-sulphur fuels do not exist.

  3. People should pay taxes on pollutants even if they do not use or produce pollutants.

  4. Modern societies depend on the automobile and on industrial manufacturers.

  5. People who use or produce pollutants should pay for the costs of pollution.

Answer: E

Question No: 66

Some research on economic issues indicates that size affects creativity in the workplace.Bigness seems to discourage individuals from expressing their ideas.The best size for a creative working group seems to be about that of an extended family.Thus, people can get to know one another.

According to this viewpoint, which business enterprise below would be the most creative?

  1. a multinational corporation run by formal levels of authority

  2. a national corporation run by stockholders

  3. an independent delivery service run by one person

  4. a research and development company run by several small work teams

  5. a company run by two friends from college

Answer: D

Question No: 67

Throughout history, neighboring countries have been likely to go to war against each other.Two neighboring rival powers, therefore, have often created a small country as a quot;buffer statequot; to separate the countries and to prevent war.

Which would be the most likely characteristic of a country that serves as a buffer state?

  1. have a population larger than either of the two rival powers

  2. have an area greater than the area of the rival powers

  3. be located directly between the two rival countries

  4. have the same language as one of the rival countries

  5. be the colony of one of the rival countries

Answer: C

Question No: 68

In 1885, Granville T. Woods patented a device that combined the telegraph (first used in the 1840s) with the telephone (patented in the 1870s) and called it a quot;telegraphony.quot; Instead of reading or writing the Morse code signals, an operator could speak near the telegraph key. This device made it possible to receive oral and signaled messages clearly over the same line.In addition to the telegraph, telephone, and telegraphony, the typewriter was invented around this time.

Which of the following statements best describes the long-term effects of these inventions on life in the United States in the early twentieth century?

  1. slowed down the growth of cities

  2. supplied energy to help run factories and cities

  3. increased the speed of communications in business and personal life

  4. encouraged people to read about local news, rather than national or world news

  5. helped produce business monopolies in the long-distance communications industries

Answer: C

Question No: 69

Employing the creative process at a job may be difficult, but it may go more smoothly if people approach work with a sense of humor.If people have a sense of humor in dealing with work, they will feel freer and be more open to all possibilities.

According to this viewpoint, what should people do if they want to use the creative process?

  1. become more serious about the task

  2. focus on the difficulties involved in the project

  3. be aware of other people’s criticisms

  4. try to relax and make the work fun

  5. think of the satisfaction of completing the job

Answer: D

Question No: 70

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The refugee issue is a worldwide problem.As of 1999, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that there were an estimated 22.3 million refugees around the world. Africa, with 5.2 million refugees in 1995 alone, has been particularly disrupted by the movements of refugees across many borders.

A variety of causes may force people to become refugees, including desertification, drought, famine, disease, warfare, and political persecution.In the 1990s the most frequent causes of refugee migration were civil wars and ethnic clashes.

Refugees seek international protection and/or assistance and are unable to return home because they fear persecution and violence.While some refugees rely on friends and family for assistance or on their own economic resources, most refugees reside in camps where only about 11 cents a day per refugee is available as aid.The quot;hostquot; countries, often struggling economically themselves, have little to offer refugees.While most refugees maintain the hope of returning to their home countries, some permanently settle in a host country.

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According to the map, where in Africa did the greatest amount of refugee movement occur between 1995 and 1998?

  1. in the southern region

  2. along the Mediterranean coast

  3. in the central and eastern regions

  4. between Africa and Europe

  5. in the region west of Mali

Answer: C

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