HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

How many seconds do historians figure the "Five Seconds Gunfight" may have actually taken?

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Answer 1
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I believe it took around 8 seconds for the whole thing to go down

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

As a result of the 1942 “Europe-first” strategy, American forces in the Pacific

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lost many battles against Japan’s powerful military.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

100 points for anyone who answers all these 1.Why were whites in Indian Territory pressing for statehood?

to gain additional land
to acquire better jobs
to continue removing Native Americans
to increase their rights and representation

2.Which of the following reflect the ideas of Manifest Destiny?
Select all that apply.

a nation growing in size, particularly in territory
a mission to seek and find as much gold and silver as possible
the annexing of all lands that lead to the Pacific Ocean
spreading liberty and opportunity across the continent
a goal to bring civilization to the western lands
taking away all land from Native Americans

3.The success of what group prompted Pratt to focus on advanced education?

women
southerners
blacks
immigrants

4.What first brought the Unassigned Lands to national attention?

government advertisements
newspaper and magazine articles
congressional actions
railroad companies

Which of the following is the best example of Manifest Destiny?

moving Native Americans to reservations
wagon trains going to Oregon
sharing use of the Mississippi River
fighting the Civil War

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1.Why were whites in Indian Territory pressing for statehood?

  • to gain additional land
  • to continue removing Native Americans

White settlers pressed for statehood because they wanted more land, and with statehood, the Native Americans would be almost obliged to sign any land agreement since the government would probably side with the white settlers.

2.Which of the following reflect the ideas of Manifest Destiny? Select all that apply.

  • a nation growing in size, particularly in territory
  • the annexing of all lands that lead to the Pacific Ocean
  • spreading liberty and opportunity across the continent
  • a goal to bring civilization to the western lands

Manifest Destiny was a philosophy that emerged in the 19th century, it defended that the US was destined by God to expand its territory and dominion and spread democracy around the North American continent. It first emerged with the Louisiana Purchase, which doubled the size of the US territory and started the expansion to the West. Also, Texas independence also was pushed by the Manifest.

3. The success of what group prompted Pratt to focus on advanced education?

  • Women

4.What first brought the Unassigned Lands to national attention?

  • government advertisements

The Unassigned Lands were the lands that were ceded to the US by the Creek and Seminole Native American Tribes. These lands were offered by the federal government to non-Natives, which started the Oklahoma Land Rush in 1889.

Which of the following is the best example of Manifest Destiny?

  • moving Native Americans to reservations

Manifest Destiny had the main belief that the Americans should expand into the West, to do so they needed to remove Native Americans from their places. The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was signed in 1830 which removed Native Americans, many resisted.

1 to accurate better jobs

2. A goal to bring civilization to the western lands

3. Immagrinats

4. Congressional actions

Manifest Destiny: fighting the Civil War.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which was NOT one of the advantages the North had at the beginning of the Civil War? A.) they had a larger standing army.

B.) they owned 92% of all the factories in the country.

C.) they owned 70% of all the railroads throughout the country.

D.) they had 7 of the 8 top Generals in the country.​

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Among the given statements the one which is not the advantages of the North had at the beginning of the Civil War is that they had 7 of the 8 top Generals in the country.​

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

During the civil war the armies of both South and North participated in the war on three fronts. Both the North and South had their own advantages and disadvantages. The North was under the leadership of Abraham Lincoln and they had more money, more factories, more railroads and a larger standing army.

The disadvantage that the North had from its side was they didn’t have experienced Generals to lead the war. They did not have proper communication, they were placed in an unknown territory and there was no one to boost them up.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How many miles would three inches equal

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You cant put any number of miles into 3 inches, but if your trying to figure out how many sets of 3 inches fit into a mile, just google a mile converted into inches, then divide that by 3, i hope that helped.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What 4 states declared war on Missouri

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Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia. :)
HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following would not have been considered a bourgeoisie? a. Banker
c. Lawyer
b. Doctor
d. Priest Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D

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The person/class of people which wouldn't have been considered to be a member of the bourgeoisie would be a D - priest. Priests were groups of people which provided their society with spiritual guidance and in no way did they represent a layer of society which could afford enough money to live very elegantly. 
COLLEGE

Spanish forces were able to easily conquer the philippines because of the

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The Spanish were trying to make the Aztec leader out to be a coward and weak.

The Spanish were attempting to give the impression of being powerful with their animals and technology.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

In what way do nuclear fission and nuclear fusion differ?

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Nuclear fusion requires very high pressures and temperatures.

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nuclear fission is the process of separating atoms within a substance, whereas nuclear fusion combines two or more atoms in (a) substances to make a new substance

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HIGH SCHOOL

What marked the end of the cattle kingdom

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Corporate structure and frenzied investment/speculation, insufficent grass to support long drives, ranges were shrunk by railroads, severe weather in 1885-1887.
The cattle frontier ended because barbed wire was invented, which replaced the need for cowboys. Weather also influenced the downfall, as blizzards trapped herds and droughts caused fire. These disasters destroyed land, and many animals were lost.
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