HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

What two nations fought during the hundred years' war? what were the dates for this war?

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Answer 1
Answer: England and France:1337 to 1453
Answer 2
Answer:

The correct answer is C. England and France


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HIGH SCHOOL

The Humanists emphasized b) the need for a unified church. d) the need for group decision making. c)a renewed interest in classical learning. a)the need to retain Roman law.

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The correct answer is C) a renewed interest in classical learning.

The Humanists emphasized a renewed interest in classical learning.

In simpler terms, Humanists were very interested in education, using the reason to understand nature and other phenomena. No more believing in religious dogmas for the sake of believing. Humanists were forerunners of the Renaissance in Europe. They liked to know and learn more. Gone was the dark age of Medieval Times.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following is the correct possessive form of the bolded word? After standing all day, the WORKERS feet ached. workers'

workeres'

worker

workers's

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The answer is workers'

The answer is Workers'

HIGH SCHOOL

What was the main idea of the Monroe Doctrine? It was a proclamation of war between the U.S. and Mexico.
It was a warning for European countries to stop colonization in the western hemisphere.
It was an agreement to give territories to the Native Americans.
It was a list of complaints from the U.S. to European countries.

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The main idea of the Monroe Doctrine was that "It was a warning for European countries to stop colonization in the western hemisphere," since the US saw such involvement as a threat to its national interests. 

The main idea was "It was a warning for European countries to stop colonization in the western hemisphere.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why was Jefferson so frightened about the Missouri compromise

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He was so frightened because it balanced the power between the free and the slave states. But then Henry clay makes a compromise that give the free states the Maine so they are equaled again. :)
Thomas Jefferson thought highly of George Washington. He knew how important Washington was to the beginning of the New Nation and it's New Government. Evenas they began to split on policy he banded with his rival, (Alexander Hamilton),to persuade Washington to stay on for a second term. When Washington mentioned than the head of a party." "North and South, " Jefferson urged, "will hangtogether if they have you to hang on." He told Washington.  Though Jefferson resigned as Secretary of State in 1793 and he and Washington grew apart, hisspect and reverence of Washington did not cease. 
  
 

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