Ged Social Studies Practice 7 online test quiz prep
This test is prepared for the Social Studies 2 lesson of the ged exam. In this Social Studies Practice 7 online test belonging to the Social Studies 2 lesson, a total of 21 questions were asked. Social Studies Practice 7 online test, which was added for the first time in 2020-09-12 13:00:02, was updated in 2020-09-12 13:00:02. 1 people voted for the physics 1 test and received an average of 5. Ged practice test 2020
This paragraph appears in which historic document?
The Declaration of Independence
The Freedom of Information Act
The Mayflower Compact
The Magna Carta
The U. S. Constitution
What does the acronym NAFTA stand for?
North American Federal Tariff Association
North African Free Trade Agreement
Non-American Final Territory Agreement
North American Free Tariff Agreement
North American Free Trade Agreement
Women, such as Susan B. Anthony, fought for suffrage and were finally successful in 1920.
What does suffrage mean?
Right to free speech
Right to get an education
Right to vote
Right to work
Right to get divorced
Why does demand only “usually” go up when the price is lowered?
Demand always increases on its own
The supply is often decreased instead
Price may not be the only factor causing low demand
People want to pay more for products, not less
The system is only based on speculation so nothing is certain
If supply of a product is limited, but demand is high, how would the price be affected?
It would go up
It would go down
It would stay the same
It would fluctuate
It would reach equilibrium
Based on the passage, what does equilibrium mean?
A new dog toy is introduced in pet stores in April for $19.99, but by December the toy is being sold for $4.99.
According to the law of supply and demand which is most likely to be true about the dog toy?
Supply for the toy was low but demand was high
Supply for the toy was high but the demand was low
Both the supply and the demand for the toy were low
Both the supply and the demand for the toy were high
Answer cannot be determined
If a drought severely reduces the amount of corn available to consumers, what would you expect to happen?
The supply of corn would go up
The demand for corn would go down
The price of corn would stay the same
The price of corn would go down
The price of corn would go up
If 200 jobs are available and only 100 people are unemployed, what will have to happen according to the laws of supply and demand?
Companies needing employees will need to increase pay
Companies needing employees will need to decrease pay
Companies needing employees will need to reduce benefits
Companies needing employees will need to fire workers
The laws of supply and demand do not apply to this situation
What type of government does the United States have?
In the first half of the 20th century, it was not unusual for African American people to have to use different drinking fountains, lunch counters, and even schools than other Americans.
This was known as which of the following?
The White Man’s Burden
If the last presidential election was in 2000, when will the next one take place?
American writer Henry David Thoreau wrote that if a law “requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then I say, break the law.”
What idea is Thoreau supporting?
What does a map’s legend help you do?
Understand the purpose of the map
Calculate the real distance shown on the map
Locate specific cities or rivers on the map
Read the map’s symbols correctly
Fold the map neatly
Which government official(s) is appointed and not elected by the U. S.citizens?
Supreme Court Justice
What is “burden of proof”?
Refers to the credibility of witnesses
The responsibility for convincing the jury of their case
The suspect’s duty to provide an alibi
The suspect’s right to an attorney
The responsibility given to jurors
Why can court decisions be appealed?
So that mistakes can be corrected if they are made
To give both sides a chance to prepare a stronger case
To stop the justice system from working efficiently
To allow more people the chance to hear the case
To ask the judge to rethink his current position on the case
In other countries, suspects are considered guilty until proven innocent.
How would this affect the burden of proof in a trial?
More evidence on both sides would be needed
No evidence would be needed for a conviction
The prosecutor would have burden of proof instead of the defendant
The defendant would have the burden of proof instead of the prosecutor
It would have no effect
Why is the right to due process important?
It prevents innocent people from being wrongly punished
It provides more work for lawyers
It lets ordinary citizens be part of the judicial system
It forces innocent people to prove their innocence
It keeps crime rates low
Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal helped America recover from the Great Depression by providing federal money for construction projects, including schools and roads.
How did this help the country recover?
It gave money back to the tax payers
It created desperately needed good paying jobs
It encouraged wealthy people to do the same thing
It made trade easier with Mexico
It allowed construction companies to make a large profit
In American cities after the Industrialization Age began, it was not unusual to see children huddled together without shoes, warm clothing, shelter, or decent food.
These children illustrated what unhappy effect of Industrialization in the United States?
Because the focus was on manufacturing, not enough shoes were made
Because of low wages, many people lived in poverty
Because of protective employment laws, child laborers could no longer be employed
Because of the freedom women experienced in the workplace, many abandoned their children
Because parents work days were guided by strict rules, they were often strict at home. As a result, their children ran away and lived on the streets.