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I need help really bad please help meeeeee I numbered the questions, please number the answers to them so i can have a easier time putting them in. Q. 1 What was the reform of Solon regarding workers?
All workers were to be freed.
All workers were to be paid.
No one could have slaves.
Q.2 If you didn't work, you were punished.
What type of government did Athens have?
dictatorship
democracy
socialism
monarchy
Q.3 Why was Philip of Macedonia able to easily conquer Greece?
The city-state was too poor.
There had been too many internal wars.
Macedonia was too strong and strategic.
Sparta had become weakened by disease.
Q.4 What was the primary objective of Alexander the Great?
provide equality to all of the city-states
conquer the world
spread culture throughout the world
educate and free the slaves
Q.5 What feature of Greek buildings is still found today in architecture?
walls
columns
arches
domes
Q.6 Who wrote a book on geometry?
Euclid
Eratosthenes
Archimedes
Pythagoras
Q.7 Select the statement that is false.
The Greeks computed the diameter of the earth to near exactness.
The Greeks knew of the daily rotation of the earth.
The Greeks believed the earth was flat.
The Greeks knew the earth revolved around the sun.
Q.8 Why is the Greek language considered to be important?
best for expressing mathematics
best for expressing thought
best for expressing science
best for expressing laws
Q.9 What was one reason for the decline of Greece?
population growth
wars
disease
rule of the few
Q.10 The form government Cleisthenes founded in Athens could be described as what type of government?
Dictatorship
Direct Democracy
Representative Democracy

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:a

Explanation:

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

Q. 1 What was the reform of Solon regarding workers?

All workers were to be freed. [ right answer ]

All workers were to be paid.

No one could have slaves.

Q.2 If you didn't work, you were punished.

What type of government did Athens have?

dictatorship

democracy [ correct answer ]  

socialism

monarchy

Q.3 Why was Philip of Macedonia able to easily conquer Greece?

The city-state was too poor.

There had been too many internal wars.  [ correct answer ]  

Macedonia was too strong and strategic.

Sparta had become weakened by disease.

Q.4 What was the primary objective of Alexander the Great?

provide equality to all of the city-states

conquer the world   [ correct answer ]

spread culture throughout the world

educate and free the slaves

Q.5 What feature of Greek buildings is still found today in architecture?

walls

columns [ correct answer ]  

arches

domes

Q.6 Who wrote a book on geometry?

Euclid   [ correct answer ]  

Eratosthenes

Archimedes

Pythagoras

Q.7 Select the statement that is false.

The Greeks computed the diameter of the earth to near exactness.

The Greeks knew of the daily rotation of the earth.

The Greeks believed the earth was flat.  [ correct answer ]  

The Greeks knew the earth revolved around the sun.

Q.8 Why is the Greek language considered to be important?

best for expressing mathematics [ correct answer ]  

best for expressing thought

best for expressing science

best for expressing laws

Q.9 What was one reason for the decline of Greece?

population growth

wars

disease

rule of the few [ correct answer ]

Q.10 The form government Cleisthenes founded in Athens could be described as what type of government?

Dictatorship

Direct Democracy  [ correct answer ]  

Representative Democracy


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