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Which of the following was NOT one of the great empires of West Africa? A. the Qin Empire B. the Mali Empire C. the Ghana Empire D. the Songhay Empire
Weegy: The answer is A. the Qin Empire. The Qin Dynasty (Chinese: ??; pinyin: Qín Cháo; Wade–Giles: Ch'in Ch'ao; IPA: [t??in t??????]) was the first imperial dynasty of China, lasting from 221 to 207 BC. [ The Qin state derived its name from its heartland of Qin, in modern-day Shaanxi. The strength of the Qin state was greatly increased by the legalist reforms of Shang Yang in the 4th century BC, during the Warring States Period. In the mid and late third century BC, the Qin accomplished a series of swift conquests, first ending the powerless Zhou Dynasty, and eventually destroying the remaining six states of the major states to gain control over the whole of China, resulting in an unified China (Wikipedia). ] User: Which European country invaded the Mossi states in the 19th century? A. England B. Portugal C. Spain D. France (More)
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What does sovereignty mean? A. no other place or country has control of a state B. at least one other country has control of a state C. the state is involved in a war over a territorial dispute D. the state recently lost control to another country
Weegy: Sovereignty mean - no other place or country has control of a state. User: What was the transition of early societies in the world? A. hunter gatherer to agricultural B. militaristic to hunter gatherer C. agricultural to militaristic D. community based to hunter gatherer Weegy: The earliest societies made a transition from - hunter-gatherer to agricultural. User: An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a(an) A. agreement B. fact C. theory D. phenomenon (More)
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An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a: theory.
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An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a(an) A. agreement B. fact C. theory D. phenomenon
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The Great Society was a comprehensive package designed to improve the United States. All of the following were a part of the Great Society programs except A. civil rights improvements. B. safety and truth disclosures. C. establishment of national trails and parks. D. expansion of the space program.
Weegy: B. safety and truth disclosures. User: A state consists of four characteristics. Which of the following can be constitute a state? A. population, territory, military, taxing body B. government, territory, police force, population C. territory, population, sovereignty, government D. sovereignty, government, military, police force Weegy: A state consists of the following four characteristics: territory, population, sovereignty, government User: Which of the following is not a characteristic of a unitary government? A. centralized B. one authority C. divided powers D. government in one location User: What is one of the beliefs of Social Contract Theory? A. Sovereignty should be in the hands of the people. B. God gave certain royal families the divine right to rule. C. The state evolved out of the natural development of the family structure. D. The first states were created by one group overpowering all other groups. Weegy: C. The state evolved out of the natural development of the family structure User: Of the five concepts of democracy, necessity of compromise means what? A. When people have a disagreement, it is often necessary to compromise. B. Citizens need to compromise all of the time. C. Compromise is unimportant and should be overlooked. D. Citizens should never compromise their ideals. Weegy: A. When people have a disagreement, it is often necessary to compromise. (More)
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The phrase "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" comes from the adapted work of A. John Locke. B. Thomas Hobbes. C. Justinian I. D. Hammurabi.
Weegy: The phrase "life, liberty, ande the pursuit of happpiness" comes from the adapted work of A. John Locke. User: Which of the following was NOT one of Thomas Hobbes' philosophical views? A. most basic need is security B. right to tax is essential for stability C. ruler has absolute authority D. social contract between person and ruler for security Weegy: A. Most basic need is security is not one of Thomas Hobbes' philosophical views. User: During the English Civil War, the backers of King Charles were known as the A. Calvinists. B. Cavaliers. C. Tories. D. Scots. Weegy: B. Cavaliers (More)
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