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Double Jeopardy!! Technological Advances Economic Changes Mercantilism Potpourri The White House It’s a Dog eat Dog World Technological Advances Economic Changes Mercantilism Potpourri The White House It’s A Dog Eat Dog World $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400

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Double

Jeopardy!!


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Technological

Advances


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Economic

Changes


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Mercantilism


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Potpourri


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The

White

House


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It’s a

Dog eat

Dog World


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Technological

Advances

Economic

Changes

Mercantilism

Potpourri

The White

House

It’s A

Dog Eat

Dog World

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This skill improved greatly during the Renaissance because of the interest in the writings of the Humanists as well as a desire for pictorial accuracy.


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Map

Making


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Device that allowed sailors to determine a ship’s latitude.


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Astrolabe


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A ship improvement made in the 15th century was to reduce the ____ of ships..


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Width


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This weapon was used on-board ships for the first time during the 15th century.


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Cannon


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A ship improvement made during the 15th century was to move the location of the ______ to the stern.


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Rudder


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Name for a Florentine coin.


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Florin


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Name for a Venetian coin.


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Ducat


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One positive effect of the banks holding large sums of cash was


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Could lend $$ to gov.

Lend $$ to joint-stock comp.


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Prior to the standardization of money, how was the value of a coin determined?


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By the amount

of precious metal

in the coin.


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List 2 of the 3 reasons why Europeans were commercially and economically handicapped prior to the 15th century.


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Scarcity of precious metals

Variety of coins in use

Lack of a fixed value of currency


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What was 1 of the 2 reasons why governments became enthusiastic supporters of exploration and colonization?


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Dynastic Ambitions

Rivalries


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Because the amount of wealth in the world was fixed, the only way for a nation to gain wealth was to


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Take wealth

from another

country


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Gaining wealth by selling more goods than you buy in a foreign country is referred to as


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Favorable

Balance

Of Trade


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List one positive effect of a favorable balance of trade.


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Strengthen a country

Weaken rivals


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What type of colonies were most desirable?


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Those with

Gold

Or Silver!


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What was the name of the powerful banking family of Italy?


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The

Medici


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Daily Double!!

What material were astrolabes frequently made of?


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Brass

Or

Iron


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What land did Marco Polo travel to?


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CHINA


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Why did the Europeans not explore prior to the 15th century? List 1 of the 2 acceptable reasons.


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No Interest

No Ability


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How long did the “Era of Exploration”?


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400 years.


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The address of the White House is. . .


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1600

Pennsylvania

Ave.


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Executive wing of the White House where the President’s office and the Cabinet room are located.


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The

West

Wing


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President to authorize the use of the word “White House” as the official title. It was in 1901.


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Theodore

Roosevelt


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President considered to the be the “The White House Ghost.”


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Abraham

Lincoln


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Daily

Double!!


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Number of rooms in the White House. (We’ll give you a sludge factor of 10 on either side of the correct answer.) 


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132

(122-

142)


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Mickey Mouse’s dog.


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Pluto


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Family dog of the Jetson family in the cartoon of the same name.


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Astro


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Pet greyhound of the Simpson family in the cartoon of the same name.


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“Santa’s

Little

Helper”


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Cartoon Great Dane created by Hanna-Barbera.


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Scooby

Doo


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Little Orphan Annie’s Dog.


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Sandy


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Final

Jeopardy

Who was the famous

Banking family of Germany?


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The

Fugger

Family


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