Suzette Hendon

City: Grand Prairie, Texas
University: Mountain View College

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World History Chapter 1-2

Prehistory The period before writing was developed Archaeology The study of past societies through an analysis of what people have left behind Artifacts Tools, pottery, paintings, weapons, buildings, and household items of early people Anthropology The study of human life and culture Paleolithic Age The term used to designate the early period of human history […]

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AP Art History Chap 12 Notes

Hagia Sophia, Constantinople 532. Original domes collapsed. Minarets were later addition. Means \”Church of the Holy Wisdom\”. Built by two mathematicians, Anthemius of Tralles & Isidorus of Miletus. Justinian wanted to built the greatest church ever. Original dome was 108 ft diameter. Large building made of brick to make building distinguished from concrete Roman buildings. […]

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Modern World History Chapter 6 Scientific

What did Francis Bacon help develop? Scientific method In what book was the direct democracy explained? The social contract Who influenced the Bill of Rights? Voltaire, John Locke, Jean Jacques Rousseau Who wrote the declaration of independence? Thomas Jefferson Why was Henry Fielding famous? He was a writer who developed many features of the modern […]

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Reflection Essay on Chapter 16 World History Study Guide

Taiwan an island in southeastern Asia 100 miles off the coast of mainland China in the South China Sea Great Leap Forward Started by Mao Zedong, combined collective farms into People’s Communes, failed because there was no incentive to work harder, ended after 2 years Communes large collectivized farms, created by Mao Cultural Revolution a […]

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Chapter 14 Assessment

Your​ 76-year-old female patient is having trouble breathing. When you auscultate her​ lungs, you hear crackles​ (rales) and you are concerned that she may have pulmonary edema. Her oxygen saturation is​ 92%, so you place her on​ 100% oxygen via a nonrebreather mask. Her breathing gets a little easier with the oxygen. You decide to […]

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AP World History Unit 1 combined set

irrigation systems Replacement or supplementation of rainfall with water from another source in order to grow crops Ice Age Any period of time during which glaciers covered a large part of the earth’s surface ethnocentrism Belief in the superiority of one’s own ethnic group nomadic (of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements […]

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AP Art History Chapter 10 – Rome

Temple of Fortuna Virilis (Temple of Portunas) 75 BCE. Volcanic ash used in concrete. Roman, Greek, and Etruscan elements. 1 Cella with engaged columns – Ionic Order – Facade orientation, you are suppose to look at it from the front. Temple of Vesta Italy – Early First Century BCE, Frieze around the top, on entrace, […]

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AP Bio: Ch.53: Population Ecology

population ecology study of the biotic and abiotic factors that affect population size, density, distribution, and age structure population a group of individuals of a single species that occupy the same area at the same time what are 2 important characteristics that a population includes density (amount of individuals) and dispersion (how it’s spread out) […]

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APUSH Chapter 27 Review

Alfred Thayer Mahan a United States Navy officer, geostrategist, and educator. His ideas on the importance of sea power influenced navies around the world, and helped prompt naval buildups before World War I. Several ships were named USS Mahan, including the lead vessel of a class of destroyers. His research into naval History led to […]

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Film Unit 1 Critical Essay

1895 -1908 \”early cinema\” Rapid development and experimentation in filmaking before hollywood era. In U.S, massive industrialization attracted large numbers of immigrants & rural americans to urban centers where movie industry found it’s audience. Beginning of cinema history: Lumiere brothers. Stylistically: Beginning of continuity, varying camera distance, multiple shots to dramatize events, logically connecting space […]

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World History Unit 8 Test Review

Who authorized the use of atomic bombs against Japan? Harry Truman (USA) Who was a General in the Pacific? General Douglas MacArthur (USA) Who was a leader with Gandhi in the struggle for home rule and was the first prime minister of the Republic of India? Jawaharlal Nehru (india) Who was a part of the […]

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Unit 2: Classical Civilizations

Anatolia Anatolia was a place in Asia, surrounded by the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Aegean Sea. In the 6th century Anatolia was conquered by the Achaemenids, until Alexander the Great conquered it in the 4th century BCE. When he died, the Hellenistic people took over until the Romans took over. Anatolia is […]

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Buford US History Test # 8

U.S. Neutrality US wanted to remian neutral in WW I becasue we were making money off war supplies and the economy was doing good. Also most Americans didn’t feel obligated to join a conflict so far away. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare A policy that the Germans announced on January 1917 which stated that their submarines would […]

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World History Chapter 13 Sections 1-2

what were some of the effects of the germanic invasions? disruption of trade, downfall of cities, population shifts, the decline of learning, loss of a common language explain the new ideas about government? Germanic people lived in small communities that were governed by unwritten rulers and traditions. where did the new society of the middle […]

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Gender & Society

What are the political implications of biological essentialism. They are generally politically conservative because these arguments tend to postulate that the statue quo of the unchangeable statue of nature. What evidence is there for the claim that women’s evolutionary \”strategy\” might be promiscuity Women are the only primate females who are potentially sexually receptive even […]

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EARLY EARTH HISTORY

Cyanobacteria increased the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. F Geologic events that occurred during the Paleozoic Era include mountain building and volcanic activity. T The development of ____ factored in the development of complex organisms. d. all of the above A life-form in the Precambrian time was ____. a. cyanobacteria What time period […]

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US History Chapter 5

Lexington and Concord the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[1] They were fought on April 19, 1775, in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge, near Boston. The battles marked the outbreak of open armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain […]

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American History Chapter 20

John Kennedy 35th president of the U.S. recession econmic problem the U.S. faced at the end of Eisenhower’s second term Richard Nixion republican candidate in the 1960 election John Kennedy democratic candidate in the 1960 election television and the civil rights issue 2 factors that decided the 1960 presedential election in favor of Kennedy JFK […]

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Essay on THE AMERICAN NOVEL TEST

Uncle Tom’s Cabin was translated into thirty-seven languages. True The novel form was first used by American writers in the eighteenth century. True Cooper began writing novels because he thought he could do a better job than the novelists that he was reading. True Nathaniel Hawthorne thought of himself as a romancer, rather than a […]

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The General History of Virginia Questions and Vocabulary

John Smith coined the name New England reactions from historians about John Smith he was a boastful bully or an early American hero the Virginia Company the group of investors hoping for huge profits from their New World The first president of Jamestown died and the next two were deposed (removed from office suddenly and […]

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west civ mid term

city life. To the peoples of the ancient world, the characteristic manifestations of civilization—government, literature, science, and art—were necessarily products of: Catalhöyük Although many prehistoric settlements are known, one of the earliest of these in modern-day Turkey is nomadic, moving incessantly in search of limited food Before 11,000 B>C>E>, virtually all human societies were: was […]

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Mastering Astronomy Chapter 2

Which of the following statements about the celestial sphere is NOT true? The \”celestial sphere\” is another name for our universe. The Andromeda Galaxy is faintly visible to the naked eye in the constellation Andromeda. Suppose instead it were located in the same direction in space as the center of the Milky Way Galaxy (but […]

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