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1. For most people, the religious revival of the eighteenth century focused on

A. individual study of the scriptures.

B. feelings and enthusiasm.

C. returning to organized religions that had successfully dealt with public corruption.

D. a scientific and reasoned approach to faith.

2. The Treaty of Westphalia of 1648

A. ended the wars of religion through a policy of tolerance.

B. came close to establishing the power of the Roman Church in England.

C. gave rulers the right to impose their religion upon their subjects.

D. ended civil wars throughout Europe.

3. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Japan was the world’s leading producer of

A. silver.

B. porcelain.

C. pepper.

D. rhubarb.

4. Probably the most lasting contribution of Napoleon’s rule was

A. his understanding of the role of the military.

B. his legal code.

C. abolishing the aristocracy and subordinating the church to the state.

D. redrawing the map of Europe.

5. For the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham, social institutions should be evaluated on the basis of their

A. ability to provide services at the lowest cost.

B. imposing minimal intrusions into citizens’ lives.

C. success in providing the greatest good to the greatest number.

D. concern for the rights of the individual over social utility.

6. Quinine was essential for the expansion of imperial powers because of its

A. value as a base for cosmetics.

B. usefulness in fighting malaria.

C. value for flavoring and preserving food.

D. role as a military weapon.

7. Who wrote, “Here is the slave, there is the master; there is the wealth of some, here is the poverty of most . . . Here humanity attains its most complete development and its most brutish”?

A. Samuel Smiles

B. William Blake

C. Karl Marx

D. Alexis de Tocqueville

8. Comte de Gobineau, a French anthropologist, argued that human beings

A. could be classified by race, with the French at the top and Asians at the bottom.

B. could be classified by race, with the whites at the top and blacks at the bottom.

C. were all the same, regardless of race.

D. could be classified by race, but non-Europeans who adopted European culture could evolve to a higher state of being.

9. Constitutionalism is best defined as

A. a set of beliefs that guarantees equal rights to all the citizens of a state.

B. a doctrine that the state is founded on rules established by citizens and rulers to which all are bound.

C. the creation of a specific document or constitution.

D. a document that outlines democratic principles.

10. China began to industrialize in the 1860s due to

A. economic decline in the face of European expansionism in Asia.

B. defeat by Britain and the decline of its tea market.

C. a peasant rebellion and foreign military occupation.

D. its failure to defeat Japan and Britain.

11. Who ruled over Babylon’s last era of greatness?

A. Senacherib

B. Ashurbanipal

C. Nebuchadnezzar II

D. Nabopolassar

## A+ Answers

Logically, check the longest time. Since 12 divides 84, when Uranus is done its orbit, Jupiter is always going to lined up. The one to check is Saturn. What multiple of 84 is divisible by 30? Check them in order.

84?

168?

252?

336?

420?

## A+ Answers

In designing algorithms, we have to accomplish a certain objective. Three algorithms are given below.

What does each algorithm accomplish when the initial values of x and y are 2 and 3, respectively?

What are the final values for x and y for each algorithm?

Assuming that setting up variables is more efficient than performing mathematical operations, which one is more efficient and why?

1: t1 = x; t2 = y; x = t2; y = t1

2: z = x; x = y; y = z

3: x = x + y; y = x – y; x = x – y

What does each algorithm accomplish when the initial values of x and y are 2 and 3, respectively?

What are the final values for x and y for each algorithm?

Assuming that setting up variables is more efficient than performing mathematical operations, which one is more efficient and why?

1: t1 = x; t2 = y; x = t2; y = t1

2: z = x; x = y; y = z

3: x = x + y; y = x – y; x = x – y

## A+ Answers

1. A coin-operated drink machine was designed to discharge a mean of ounces of coffee per cup. In a test of the machine, the discharge amounts in randomly chosen cups of coffee from the machine were recorded. The sample mean and sample standard deviation were ounces and ounces, respectively. If we assume that the discharge amounts are normally distributed, is there enough evidence, at the level of significance, to conclude that the true mean discharge, , differs from ounces?

Perform a two-tailed test. Then fill in the table below.

Carry your intermediate computations to at least three decimal places and round your answers as specified in the table. (If necessary, consult a list of formulas.)

2

It was claimed recently that more than of high school students in the United States use computers for educational purposes. We wish to examine this claim. We choose a random sample of U.S. high school students and find that of these students use computers for educational purposes. Based on this, can we conclude, at the level of significance, that more than of high school students in the United States use computers for educational purposes? In your answers, denote the proportion of all U.S. high school students who happen to use computers for educational purposes by. Perform a one-tailed test. Then fill in the table below.Carry your intermediate computations to at least three decimal places and round your answers as specified in the table. (If necessary, consult a list of formulas.)

Can we conclude that more than 60% of high school student in the u.s use computers for educational purposes? Yes or NO

3

An industrial plant wants to determine which of two types of fuel, electric or gas, is more cost efficient (measured in cost per unit of energy). Independent random samples were taken of plants using electricity and plants using gas. These samples consisted of plants using electricity, which had a mean cost per unit of and standard deviation of, and plants using gas, which had a mean of and standard deviation of. Assume that the populations of costs per unit are normally distributed for each type of fuel, and assume that the variances of these populations are equal. Can we conclude, at the level of significance, that the mean cost per unit for plants using electricity, , differs from the mean cost per unit for plants using gas,?

Perform a two-tailed test. Then fill in the table below.

Carry your intermediate computations to at least three decimal places and round your answers as specified in the table

4

At LLD Records, some of the market research of college students is done during promotions on college campuses, while other market research of college students is done through anonymous mail, phone, internet, and record store questionnaires. In all cases, the company solicits an “intent-to-purchase” score from the student, with being the lowest score (“no intent to purchase”) and being the highest score (“full intent to purchase”).

The manager finds the following information for intent-to-purchase scores for a soon-to-be-released CD:

Suppose that the five populations of scores from which these samples were drawn are approximately normally distributed and have the same mean and the same variance.

Answer the following, carrying your intermediate computations to at least three decimal places and rounding your responses to at least one decimal place.

6

A manufacturer claims that the mean lifetime, , of its light bulbs is months. The standard deviation of these lifetimes is months. Ninety bulbs are selected at random, and their mean lifetime is found to be months. Can we conclude, at the level of significance, that the mean lifetime of light bulbs made by this manufacturer differs from months?

Perform a two-tailed test. Then fill in the table below.

Carry your intermediate computations to at least three decimal places, and round your responses as specified in the table. (If necessary, consult a list of formulas.)