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The amount of money someone pays for an object is called…? (price)
What is a law called before it is signed by the president? (a bill)
What is the capital of New York State? (Albany)
Where was the turning point of the Revolutionary War fought? (Battle of Saratoga)
What is the money a worker is paid called? (wage)
What are the two groups that make up the Legislative Branch? (The Senate and the House of Representatives)
What are the states that border New York? (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and, Vermont)
Who was the general that became a traitor of America? (Benedict Arnold)
What is a trade of goods for other goods called? (a barter)
How many Amendments are in the Constitution? (27 Amendments)
What direction are the four corner states from New York? (Southwest)
Where was the last battle of the Revolutionary War fought? Yorktown, VA.
When the amount of chocolate goes up, the price goes down. This is an example of…? (supply and demand)
What was the only amendment that had another amendment to repeal it? (Prohibiting transportation, sale and manufacturing of liquor)
Where in New York and the Finger Lakes located? (Western Central section of Upstate New York)
What year was the Treaty of Paris signed? (1783)
The amount of money someone owes someone is called…? (debt)
How many representatives are in the House of Representatives? (435)
What is the nearest county seat from Albany? (Troy)
What are the names of the three leaders who launched a plan on New York which caused the turning point of the Revolutionary war? (St. Lawrence, Burgoyne, and William Howe)
Britain’s Plan for Taking N.Y. Battle of Saratoga.
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