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Contemporary's GED Social Studies
Kenneth Tamarkin
Jeri W. Bayer

Places and People

Chapter Review Quiz


Complete each sentence below by inserting the correct word(s). You may refer to pages 157–181 in Contemporary’s GED Social Studies if you need additional help. When you have finished the quiz, click on Submit Answers to receive feedback and results. You may also choose to e-mail your results to your instructor.


A is half of Earth as divided by either the equator or the prime meridian.
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Maps are limited because they project a round Earth on a surface.
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A map that indicates that natural terrain of a region is .
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The dangerous condition in our atmosphere that has been caused by the carbon dioxide emitted by cars and industries is the .
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The BaMbuti and the Inuit are both examples of cultures.
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The permanent movement of a group of people from one location to a new location is called a migration.
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A major shift in the way of life for many human beings occurred around 7000 BCE with the development of .
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The world’s earliest cities were located in .
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The systematic destruction of an entire cultural or ethnic group is called .
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The in Germany were responsible for the period of history referred to as the Holocaust.
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