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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Do the archaeological and historic records suggest that these views are correct?
(a) Not at all.
(c) Not entirely.
2. When did humans first cross the Bering Straights into Alaska and then spread south into North America?
(a) About 100,000 years ago.
(b) About 2,000 years ago.
(c) About 5,000 years ago.
(d) About 11,000 years ago.
3. What enabled Europeans to pursue their conquests?
(a) They were more powerful and more intelligent.
(b) They carried social diseases, had better technology, used advanced writing, and featured large-scale political organizations.
(c) They had a better understanding about the natural world around them.
(d) They had more people than the native people.
4. What is the conclusion of the woodpecker research?
(a) All woodpeckers are descended from several ancestral species.
(b) Some woodpeckers are descended from a common ancestral species.
(c) All woodpeckers are descended from two ancestral species.
(d) All woodpeckers are descended from a common ancestral species.
5. What does the author do in the Epilogue?
(a) He avoids discussing the future of mankind.
(b) He starts a new theme.
(c) He gives his opinion about the history of man.
(d) He recapitulates the major themes of the text.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are these risks?
2. How were these peoples referred?
3. What does he conclude by noting?
4. How do many imagine that humans lived during certain periods of time?
5. How many main motivating rationales does the text propose for the cause of genocide?
Short Essay Questions
1. When and where was PIE initially used?
2. Describe the migration of the Clovis culture into North and South America?
3. What enabled population expansion?
4. What was one of the last major first contacts?
5. What does the Green Bank formula do?
6. Describe European expansion.
7. What imminent risks to survival does humanity face?
8. What is known about destructive behavior in various species?
9. What is a prevalent habit among modern peoples of all time?
10. What is genocide?
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