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LOOK IT MAY LOOK LIKE A LOT BUT IM IN A LOT OF TROUBLE IF I DONT GET A HIGH GRAD ON THI QUIZ PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!! I WILL GIVE ANY BODY ALL OF MY POINTS IF YOU CAN HELP ME!!!! Which country would have the largest need for educational improvements? A) Japan B) Somalia C) South Korea D) United States 7) Which of these is the dominant language group of Sub-Saharan Africa? A) Afrikaans B) Bantoid C) Bantu D) Semitic 8) From 2003 to 2008, literacy rates in Sudan averaged 85% for male students and 71% for female students. In Kenya, the literacy rate for males was 80% and 81% for females. — UNICEF, United Nations Population Division and United Nations Statistics Division. Which choice offers the most logical conclusion about literacy rates in Kenya and Sudan? A) The Sudanese educational system has been more successful in educating the youth of the nation. B) Literacy rates in Kenya are lower due to the nation’s on-going civil wars and ethnic conflicts. C) Female students in Kenya have greater access to educational opportunities than female students in Sudan. D) Female students in Sudan have greater access to educational opportunities than female students in Kenya. 9) Which group has traditionally lacked access to education in Africa? A) females B) immigrants C) men from Kenya D) people with AIDS 10) Which term refers to a group of human beings whose members identify with one another based on common ancestry and culture? A) clan B) minority C) ethnic group D) religious group 11) Most peoples of sub-Saharan Africa speak a language that is part of which family? A) Bantu B) Swahili C) Ashanti D) Egyptian 12) The BEST explanation for how Islam spread in sub-Saharan Africa is A) marriage. B) monasticism. C) trade. D) warfare. 13) Education in Selected African Countries Kenya Nigeria South Africa Sudan Literacy Rate: Total 85% 68% 86% 61% Literacy Rate: Male 91% 76% 87% 72% Literacy Rate: Female 80% 61% 86% 51% Schooling: Male 10 years 9 years 13 years ~8 years Schooling: Female 9 years 7 years 13 years ~6 years Using this chart you can conclude that A) female students are going to school more than in the past. B) basic education is still stressed in boys more than it is in girls. C) illiteracy is still a problem for a majority of people in these countries. D) these countries have mostly similar education rates to European countries. 14) This refers to a country’s access to goods and services that help make up a vibrant and active economy. A) life expectancy B) standard of living C) voluntary exchange D) international trade 15) · The literacy rate in South Africa is 85%, and its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is $37 billion. · The literacy rate in Mozambique is 42%, and its GDP is $19 billion. Based on this information, which statement BEST describes the relationship between literacy rates and a nation’s standard of living? A) Literacy rates have very little effect on economic production and standard of living. B) A higher literacy rate will have a positive effect on a nation’s standard of living. C) A nation’s standard of living is totally dependent on its educational system. D) Overpopulation has a negative impact on GDP and literacy rates. 16) The Bantu migrations are most closely associated with the A) Columbian Exchange. B) spreading of cultures in Africa. C) Spanish colonialism in Central America. D) movement of Muslims across the Middle East.

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