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How accurate is your view of the world?

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1. What is the population of the world? a. 3 billionb. 5 billion c. 7 billiond. 9 billion

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1. What is the population of the world? c. 7 billion

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2. What percentage of people in the world cannot read a book or sign their own name? a. 10%b. 20% c. 50%d. 80%

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2. What percentage of people in the world cannot read a book or sign their own name? b. 20%

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3. What percentage of the world’s population has a college education? a. 2%b. 10% c. 25%d. 50%

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3.What percentage of the world’s population has a college education? a. 2%

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4. What percentage of the world’s population is American? a. 5%b. 10% c. 15%d. 20%

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4. What percentage of the world’s population is American? a. 5%

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5. What percentage of the world’s population lives without electricity? a. 5%b. 10% c. 25%d. 50%

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5. What percentage of the world’s population lives without electricity? c. 25%

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6. What percentage of the world’s population lives on less than $2 a day? a. 10%b. 20% c. 40%d. 50%

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6. What percentage of the world’s population lives on less than $2 a day? d. 50%

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7. What percentage of the world’s population is underfed and/or starving? a. 8%b. 33% c. 67%d. 80%

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7. What percentage of the world’s population is underfed and/or starving? c. 67%

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8. What percentage speak English as their primary language? a. 6%b. 15% c. 22%d. 50%

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8.What percentage speak English as their primary language? a. 6%

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9. How much of the world’s resources are used by Americans? a. 10%b. 20% c. 30%d. 40%

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9. How much of the world’s resources are used by Americans? c. 30%

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10. Of the approximately 195 countries in the world today, how many are considered “Third World” (poor)? a. 55b. 75 c. 100d. 140

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10. Of the approximately 195 countries in the world today, how many are considered “Third World” (poor)? d. 140

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