0 of 506 questions completed
You have already completed the test section before. Hence you can not start it again.
Test Section is loading…
You must sign in or sign up to start the test section.
You must first complete the following:
Time has elapsed
To whom did the 13 colonies provide raw materials?
What are the 3Gs?
What does a tariff do?
What was the start of the United States’ debt?
What was the state of the economy in the 13 colonies after they won the American Revolutionary War?
What is one characteristic of a republic?
When an explorer was successful, what happened to the economy of the country he represented?
How did the Agricultural Revolution change life in America?
Why were the 13 colonies established?
Which of the following was MOST important in the transition from an agricultural-based society to an industrialized society?
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of economic globalization?
What happened during the Agricultural Revolution?
The North and the South disagreed about slavery and ______ before the Civil War.
Which prominent American advocated the continuation of an agrarian economy when the first American president was inaugurated?
What happened during the Age of Exploration?
Which goal was part of the American System?
Economies of scale reduce the ______ of production.
Which of the following helps people in different regions interact peacefully?
Which of the following is an internal improvements project?
Overall, the American System promoted ______.
In the late nineteenth century, the majority of factory workers were ______.
How did the Navigation Acts affect the economy of the 13 colonies?
How did the Industrial Revolution help grow the American economy?
Who receives subsidies?
Why do some politicians promote economic globalization?
Which statement about war is FALSE?
The Enlightenment supported beliefs that challenged ______.
When did economic globalization begin?
Which of the following is TRUE about the Scientific Revolution?
What is gold in the 3Gs?
The line that separates Thailand from Cambodia is a(n) ______.
Southeast Asia is a(n) ______.
A region that has characteristics that cannot be changed is a ______ region.
A school district in an example of a(n) ______ region.
The French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana, can be described as a(n) _____ region.
The statement that the equator is located at 0°00’00’’ is an example of a(n) ______ location.
If Quito, the capital of Ecuador, is described as a city in the central part of Ecuador, a South American country, what type of location has been presented?
A coral reef is an example of which type of ecosystem?
A community of organisms connected to their environment is a(n) ______.
Which of the following would be found in a freshwater ecosystem?
A tundra is a cold, windy, treeless region. Which of the following states or countries has tundra?
Which geographic tool would be BEST to show mountain ranges and valleys?
What geographic tool would BEST show changes in rainfall over a decade?
A diagram would be BEST used to show ______.
If engineers needed to know the best location to build a road across a mountain range, what would be the BEST geographic tool for them to use?
If a transportation company wants to know the shortest distance between travel points, what would be the BEST geographic tool for them to use?
If a family moves from Peru to Spain to live, they are ______ to Spain.
A person who moves is a(n) ______.
If a woman moves from China, she is a(n) ______ from China when she moves to the United States.
Vast numbers of ______ came to the United States through Ellis Island during the Industrial Revolution of the 1880s and 1890s.
Americans living in Mexico are part of the American ______.
Celebrating birthdays by blowing out candles on a cake is part of one’s ______.
What is the difference between cultural diffusion and cultural assimilation?
Eating crepes in a French restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, is an example of cultural ______.
Immigrants from Cambodia who love American hot dogs are an example of cultural ______.
The world’s population is ______.
One of the reasons for the changing number of people on Earth is ______.
Subsistence farming means ______.
People moving from farms to cities are an example of ______.
The services and facilities a city or similar locale needs to function properly are the ______ of the area.
2211 Lower Avenue is an example of a(n) ______.
Which of the following regions includes desert ecosystems?
Which geographical tool would be BEST to explain a historical event, such as the linking of the railroads that formed the first transcontinental railroad?
A multigenerational family is one that ______.
A change made to the Constitution is called a(n) ______.
The steps for making a change to the Constitution are known as the ______.
How many amendments have been ratified?
Who is allowed to propose an amendment?
What does a proposed amendment need to become a law?
Which BEST defines individual rights?
Why did the Framers create the Bill of Rights?
The first 10 amendments to the Constitution are known as the ______.
Which amendment gives citizens the right to bear arms?
Performing jury duty is a(n) ______.
Which of the following is a civic responsibility?
Which amendment promises all citizens due process before punishment?
Which amendment protects a person’s right to protest at a march in Washington?
Why did the Framers believe the Constitution needed the Third Amendment?
Which amendment protects people’s right to practice their religion without government interference?
Quartering is another word for ______.
The freedoms granted to every individual, including the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, are known as ______.
Which group insisted that the Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution?
When a constitutional amendment becomes law, it has been ______.
Which amendment guarantees rights to the people that are not enumerated in the Constitution?
Fill in the missing step.
Which article of the Constitution allows for constitutional amendments?
Which BEST describes a joint resolution?
Which BEST defines the word enumerated?
What does the Sixth Amendment provide?
How many amendments are included in the Bill of Rights?
Which is the BEST example of a person who is indigent?
Which BEST defines the word ratify?
Why did the Founders include Article IV in the Constitution?
Which of the following BEST describes due process?
The U.S. GDP is the dollar value of all final goods and services ______
What happens when a country limits inflation?
If a country’s GDP is rising, ______
Who tracks the price changes in the United States that are presented in the Consumer Price Index?
What happens when the government prints too much money?
Real GDP controls for changes in ______.
What happens when production costs increase?
Values that increase or decrease with inflation and deflation are called ______ values.
Why are workers laid off during periods of recession?
Why aren’t financial transactions included in GDP?
Which of the following is a goal in a good economy?
An employee gets a 5 percent raise at a time when there is 4 percent inflation. The employee’s nominal wage ______.
GDP measures ______
Should societies expect to have unemployment in a good economy?
When there is deflation, each dollar of income ______
Which is a reason why the Fed would increase the money supply?
Which of the following is true about fiscal policy?
When the Federal Reserve buys U.S. bonds, ______
Why is a stabilization policy put in place?
When the Federal Reserve increases the discount rate to banks, ______
What is the Consumer Price Index?
The Federal Reserve ______
Which of the following is a characteristic of structural unemployment?
If the Federal Reserve conducts an open market purchase of bonds, what will occur?
Which of the following is a cause of inflation?
What can be done to counter a recession?
How does the Federal Reserve increase or decrease the supply of money in the economy?
What happens during a bank run?
A decrease in purchasing power is called ______.
Which of the following is NOT included in GDP?
What is the goal of households in a market economy?
Resources are allocated most efficiently in a ______
Which resource is sold by households and bought by firms in a resource market?
With a monopoly, there is/are ______
Law of demand states that ______
What makes the circular flow in a circular flow model function?
In product markets, who are the buyers?
Why is it profitable for discount stores to sell elastic goods at a low price?
Minimum wage for labor ______
APR is found ______
Which is an example of injection in the circular flow model?
As individuals consume more of a good, ______
In the circular flow model, funds flow from households to firms through ______.
What is the goal of firms in the marketplace?
Which one of the following is NOT a benefit of a placing a price ceiling on certain goods?
What is a credit card’s interest rate?
If the price of a good rises, ______
The circular flow of income flows endlessly as long as ______
Which type of financial institution prioritizes helping a farmer expand a family farm?
What role do financial institutions play in the circular flow of income?
According to the law of supply, when the price of widgets goes up, ______
Which of the following BEST describes an entrepreneur?
What is needed for economic interdependence?
Why is electricity an inelastic good?
An individual considers peanut butter a normal good and marshmallow an inferior good. It can be predicted that with an increase in income, the individual will consume ______
Price controls are set when ______
Which of the following is true about debit cards?
______ reduce the flow of income in the circular flow model.
An effective price ceiling will ______
Which type of company can earn an economic profit indefinitely?
Which BEST defines political parties?
Which issue led to the formation of the first political parties?
Which of the following is an example of U.S. public policy?
Which kind of organization spreads information through social media to effect political change?
Which of the following is a general election?
What is the purpose of a primary election?
Which BEST defines a town hall meeting?
What is the title of the people who elect the president of the United States?
Which of the following is a requirement for voting?
Which BEST defines contemporary public policy?
Which of the following is a function of a political party?
When did differing ideas that developed into political parties begin to emerge?
How did George Washington MOST LIKELY feel about political parties?
Who founded the Democratic-Republican party?
Which political party is known as the GOP?
Which of the following presidents was a prominent Democrat?
Which political party’s main focuses are environmentalism and social justice?
Which political party is associated with Theodore Roosevelt?
Which BEST defines an interest group?
Why do some people dislike lobbyists?
How often do national elections take place?
The election of a governor is a ______ election.
How do people vote for a candidate?
A primary election determines which candidate will ______.
Which of the following is an example of a political campaign?
Which of the following groups is NOT allowed to vote in American elections?
Which is the BEST example of a town hall meeting?
Which BEST defines the popular vote?
Which of the following people won the popular vote but not the presidency?
Which branch of government is responsible for implementing the public policy funded by the legislative branch?
From whom did the Founders get ideas for the U.S. Constitution?
Which of the following principles does the following quote address? “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Who first introduced the idea of natural rights?
According to John Locke, what is the principal role of government?
According to the rule of law, all people are ______ in the eyes of the law.
If a government has the consent of the governed, it is said to have ______.
The Founders wanted to create “a government of ______, not men.”
The idea that government officials’ power over citizens should be limited is known as ______.
Which branch of the government makes laws?
Splitting authority among multiple branches of government is known as ______.
Which branch of the government enforces laws?
Which branch of government is headed by the president?
The Founders created checks and balances so that the branches of the government would ______.
Electing the candidate who receives more than half of the votes is known as ______.
What does it mean to have minority rights?
In the United States, power is divided between the federal government and ______ governments.
According to popular sovereignty, who holds the ultimate power in government?
Dividing a country’s power between a national government and smaller units is known as _______.
Freedom of religion is a(n) ______.
To what principle does James Madison refer in the following quote? “The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed, or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.”
Which of the following is an example of the rule of law in action?
Which BEST fits on the blank lines in the graphic organizer?
Which of the following is MOST LIKELY a belief of an anti-federalist?
Which of the following is an example of minority rights in action?
Which principle of American constitutional democracy ensures that every human being should be allowed to live and be free?
What is another name for the first 10 amendments of the U.S. Constitution?
Why was the rule of law a revolutionary concept?
For which of the following is the federal government responsible?
What was one significant change in the Constitution from the Articles of Confederation?
Why did some Founders resist a powerful central government?
Those who study economics understand ______
Which of the following is considered a basic assumption in economics?
What does the expression “There’s no such thing as a free lunch” imply?
Trade promotes economic progress because it ______
Which country gains when trading goods?
What do the terms of trade measure?
When individuals increase their personal wealth by creating goods and services that they offer for trade, they ______
What drives economic progress?
A company designs a smartphone with an extra-small screen. What should it do if the smartphone fails to sell?
A nation’s living standard increases when ______
A country should specialize in trade when it has ______
The invisible hand principle is at work in which instance?
Who/what controls consumption in a command economy?
Why do centrally planned economies fail?
What is one of the factors displayed in a production possibilities curve graph?
When a production possibilities curve graph has a straight line, there is ______
What must a country do if it wants to generate a point outside the curve on a production possibilities curve graph?
What is an opportunity cost?
Money, land, time, and labor are ______.
Societies have ______
When making a decision about how resources are used, the ______ has more value than another choice that was available.
The study of decision making and economic behavior of individuals, families, and businesses is called ______.