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I am the imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
What is the equator?
I show the directions on a map.
What is the compass rose?
Answer 3 Topic 1 I am which continent.
What is North America?
I am the imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
What is the prime meridian?
I am this continent
What is Europe?
I was the first European to discover a sea route to America.
Who is Columbus?
France sponsored me in my explorations.
Who is Jacques Cartier?
I explored the area near Quebec, Canada.
Who was Jacques Cartier?
England sponsored me in my explorations.
Who was Christopher Newport?
I explored the area of Jamestown, Virginia.
Who was Christopher Newport?
I was the ancient civilization located near rivers and gold mines?
Where was Mali?
I was used by the Romans to carry water to their cities.
What were aqueducts?
I am an economic concept describing when a person is skilled at ONE thing.
What is specialization?
I was the birthplace of democracy.
Where is Greece?
Rome had this form of government.
What is Republican?
I was the Indian girl that helped the settlers.
Who was Pocahontas?
I was arrested for not giving up my seat on the bus.
Who was Rosa Parks?
I discovered uses for peanuts.
Who was George Washington Carver?
I was the first African American Supreme Court Justice.
Who was Thurgood Marshall?
I was President when the country was divided over the issue of slavery.
Who was Abraham Lincoln?
People who use resources to make goods are called
What are producers?
If you buy something at the store you are called this.
What is a consumer?
An example of this was when the Ancient Greeks TRADED pottery with the Romans for food.
What is bartering?
There is a great demand for toys at the store, but not enough toys to go around. The price is this.
What is high?
I want to buy a video and a book. I only have enough money for the book. The video would be considered this.
What is the opportunity cost?
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