How did the invasion of the cotton gin in 1793 affect the use of slave labor in the southRead More »
Which nation’s influence in colonialism was mainly in South America? England, Spain, France, Netherlands
Spain was the first country that discovered South America. Since it was the only country at that moment that discoverered this new land. It gained so much power and influence. Although things were not going great in North America, Spain was succeeding in colonizing South America. Let me know if …Read More »
How did the coastline of the Confederacy offer the South an advantage during the Civil War? A) It enabled the South to implement the Anaconda Plan. B) It gave the South complete control of the Mississippi River. C) Its length made it hard for the North to control. D) It shortness made it easy to defend against invaders.
Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:06 AM Actually I disagree with A. The north implemented the anaconda plan not the south. I would say C. Because during the anaconda plan people started starving in the south. The north had blocked off all ships that went to deliver food or …Read More »
The entire South did not succumb to the mystique of cotton. Based on this statement, which of the following is true A.Virginia and North Carolina continued to devote themselves to the tobacco industry B. South Carolina devoted itself to coal C. Georgia continued to devote themselves to tobacco D. Kentucky cultivated tobacco.
The correct answer is A) Virginia and North Carolina continued to devote themselves to the tobacco industry. The entire South did not succumb to the mystique of cotton. Based on the statement, what is true is that Virginia and North Carolina continued to devote themselves to the tobacco industry. With …Read More »
The "George Washington" of South America was A. O'Higgins. B. Bolivar. C. San Martin. D. Maximilian.
The “George Washington” of South America was A. O’Higgins. B. Bolivar. C. San Martin. D. Maximilian.Read More »
John goes for a run. From his house, he jogs north for exactly 5.0 min at an average speed of 8.0 km/h. He continues north at a speed of 12.0 km/h for the next 30.0 min. He then turns around and jogs south at a speed of 15.0 km/h for 15.0 min. Then he jogs south for another 20.0 min at 8.0 km/h. He walks the rest of the way home. Which is the correct plot of total distance as a function of time for John’s jog?
John goes for a run. From his house, he jogs north for exactly 5.0 min at an average speed of 8.0 km/h. He continues north at a speed of 12.0 km/h for the next 30.0 min. He then turns around and jogs south at a speed of 15.0 km/h for …Read More »
Use the Pythagorean theorem to answer this question. Becca paddles a boat from the south bank of a stream to the north bank. She paddles at a rate of 8 mph. The stream is flowing west at a rate of 6 mph. What is Becca’s actual velocity?
Since a stream of water is perpendicular to the movement of Becca, her boat must have been moving going at an angle of north east. Using the Pythagorean formula, we can calculate for the resultant velocity, c. c^2 = (8 mph)^2 + (6 mph)^2 c^2 = 64 + 36 c^2 …Read More »
How were the Black Codes related to the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment A. After the Thirteenth Amendment banned slavery, Black Codes were created to restrict the rights of African Americans. B. Southern landowners were exempt from obeying the Thirteenth Amendment as a result of Black Codes. C.The Thirteenth Amendment banned slavery, so African Americans in the South were no longer affected by Black Codes. D. Black Codes called for the end of slavery prior to passage of the Thirteenth Amendment.
The correct answers are A) Food exporters can export as much wheat as they want, while in the past they were limited to 50 tons and C) Citizens working in foreign countries must send back a quarter of their income. The government of a country has introduced a few economic …Read More »
Give the names of the zones in which South America lies.Read More »
Religion plays a large part in shaping the different cultural regions of the world. Central and South Asia, East Asia, and Southeast Asia share some of the same religions and religious history, though none of them is a distinct cultural region. In what ways are the religions of these Asian regions culturally similar to one another? In what ways are the regions culturally different due to religion?
Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:26 AM Each religion has a different culture. Many religions restrict eating certain foods, wearing certain clothes or associating with certain people. In Central Asia, Chinese religion such as Buddhism and many other religions live by certain values, whereas in South Asia such as …Read More »
Which best states the three main Northern strategies for winning the Civil War? a)selling cotton to Europe, blockading Southern ports, and controlling the Mississippi River b)capturing the Confederate capital, defending itself until the South tired of the war, and blockading Southern ports c)blockading Southern ports, controlling the Mississippi River, and capturing the Confederate capital d)selling cotton to Europe, defending itself until the South tired of the war, and controlling the Mississippi River
The three main Northern strategies for winning the Civil War were blockading Southern ports, controlling the Mississippi River, and capturing the Confederate capital. Option C is correct. The American Civil War was a civil war fought in the United States from 1861 to 1865, between the North and the South. …Read More »
Radical Republicans during the time of reconstruction believed that __________. a. the main goal of Reconstruction should be a total restructuring of society to guarantee blacks true equality b. the Civil War was fought to help the South gain economic strength over the North c. the government’s job during Reconstruction was to ensure that all citizens of the South had their property and homes returned to pre-war conditions d. pocket vetoes should be deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court
Radical Republicans during the time of reconstruction believed that __________. a. the main goal of Reconstruction should be a total restructuring of society to guarantee blacks true equality b. the Civil War was fought to help the South gain economic strength over the North c. the government’s job during Reconstruction …Read More »
Please help / brainliest Thank you! >>>>>Why did slavery start in the colonies? How were slaves brought to the colonies? What types of jobs did slaves do in each colonial region: New England, Middle and the South? Why were the jobs in each region different? Why were slaves important to the colonial economy? (If you could would you include a pictures that helps support the answer to each question [multiple pictures])
Slavery started in the colonies because the colonists needed more people to work in their tobacco/cotton/farming fields.Slaves were brought on ships traveling across the Atlantic, huddled and packed together tightly with little food and water.New England: Mainly house work, and working to help bring in fishing for their masters.Middle: farming …Read More »
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which region of the United States has the greatest prevalence of obesity? A. Northwest B. Northeast C. South D. Midwest
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which region of the United States has the greatest prevalence of obesity? A. Northwest B. Northeast C. South D. MidwestRead More »
Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:53 AM Because their parents were racist and raised them that way and the reason their parents were racist/prejudiced is because their parents were and the cycle continues. Slavery in the U.S. started and grew very big there in the 1800’s. A lot of …Read More »
The image below represents the Sun on January 1 seen from North America. The letters represent the directions (east, south, and west). What time of day could it be?
From the image, we are able to see that the sun is not directly overhead, which means that the time is not noon. Using the directions provided, we can see that the sun has moved past the position in noon, remembering that the sun rises in the east and sets …Read More »
How is the issue of race shaped South Africa’s recent historyRead More »
Both the Congress of Racial Equality and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee a) coordinated protest marches in the North. b) organized freedom rides in the South. c) organized freedom rides in the North. d) organized boycotts in the North and South.
B) Organized Freedom Rides in the South. The Freedom Rides, which began in 1961, were carried out by activists who rode buses to protest how the Supreme Court’s decision wasn’t being enforced, in regard to segregated busing policies. (The Court had ruled that segregation in transportation was unconstitutional.) A few …Read More »
In which country has constant ethnic conflict between Arabs and black Africans been the most important obstacle to democracy? A. the Democratic Republic of the Congo B. South Africa C. Kenya D. Sudan
In which country has constant ethnic conflict between Arabs and black Africans been the most important obstacle to democracy? A. the Democratic Republic of the Congo B. South Africa C. Kenya D. SudanRead More »
This country severely restricted the rights of its nonwhite citizens under a policy called apartheid, but since 1997 has made progress towards equality. The country described in the sentence above is __________. A. Kenya B. Somalia C. South Africa D. Sudan
The correct answer is C. South Africa Explanation: “The apartheid” was a legislation system that promoted racial segregation and that took place from 1948 to 1990 in South Africa. During this period, the country legislation was based on “white supremacy” which is the idea that white people are superior and …Read More »
A golfer takes two putts to get his ball into the hole once he is on the green. the first putt displaces the ball 8 m east, and the second 4.14 m south
A golfer takes two putts to get his ball into the hole once he is on the green. the first putt displaces the ball 8 m east, and the second 4.14 m southRead More »
Sailors in the 16th-18th century dreaded “rounding the horn” because of strong winds and heavy seas. cape horn is about latitude 55°s at the tip of south america. these sailors considered this a passage from the atlantic to pacific oceans, but this ocean is now often called ________.
Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 04:31 AM These sailors considered this a passage from the Atlantic to Pacific oceans, but this ocean is now often called the southern ocean. It is also known as the Austral Ocean which it consists of the southernmost waters located at 60 degrees south …Read More »
Not including south africa, what was the name of the last african nation to achieve independence?Read More »
The correct answer is – Spanish. The Caribbean, Central American, and South American regions, are in general Spanish speaking regions. This is due to the Spanish influence for few centuries, when the Spanish had colonized these areas, and made their language as official language. Also, the mixing of the people, …Read More »
The First Reconstruction Act divided the South into how many military districts? three five seven ten
1- The correct answer is B, as one result of the Great Society was that the lives of many underprivileged Americans improved. The Great Society was a set of US national reform programs announced by President Lyndon B. Johnson for the first time in a speech at Ohio University on …Read More »