Unit 9 Review

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Exam on Thursday!!!!
 Language
 Religion
 Caste System
Using the map, where
do most of the people
in this region live?
•southwest and northeast India
•central and northeast India
•northwest and southeast India
•eastern and northwestern India
 Maldives has the Most favorable balance of trade.
 Maldives has to import the most food products.
 Summer monsoons bring heavy rainfall while winter
monsoons bring dry weather.
 The Muslims in Pakistan train their young men in the
faith through madrasas.
 Tectonic Forces
 It is believed to perform miracles.
 levee, pumps, and canals
 yearly migrations of workers
 early warning systems
 architectural design
 A. use of English as the language of business
 B. adoption of European and American sports
 C. popularity of fast food restaurants and pop music
 D. adoption of American clothes in the villages
 A. El Nino
 B. monsoons
 C. global warming
 D. elevation
 polluted water
 deforestation
 soil erosion
 desertification
 A. Muslims migrated to India to form a majority.
 B. Hindus migrated to Pakistan for safety.
 C. Muslims fled from India to Pakistan.
 D. Hindus totally left the region of Kashmir.
 A. water resources
 B. trade routes
 C. transportation centers
 D. healthier living conditions
commercial manufacturing ,
cottage industry
Although India has some
highly developed
industries, it would be
considered a
_____________ country
because of a
A. quaternary economy, high
_____________________. per-capita GDP
B. tertiary economy, high percapita GDP
C. developed, low per-capita GDP
D. developing, low per capita GDP
A. India had control of the passes in the Himalayan Mountains
that allowed deeper travel into Asia.
B. India was on the land route for Marco Polo and offered gold
and silver to Europeans.
C. India was on the sea route to Asia and offered spices and
products like cotton to the Europeans.
D. India was interested in becoming more industrialized like
the West and welcomed Europeans.
 A. railroads
 B. ports
 C. roads
 D. airports
 A. religious unity
 B. industrialization
 C. environmental concerns
 D. political stability
 A. Bangladesh
 B. Pakistan
 C. Sri Lanka
 D. Maldives
A. It is located near Bangladesh where Islam is the only
B. It is along the coastal area of India where the Sikhs
C. It sits in the middle of India which is a Hindu nation.
D. It is located on the northern borders of a Hindu country and
an Islamic state.
 A. caste system
 B. reincarnation
 C. holy wars
 D. arranged marriages
 A. They are monarchies.
 B. They are both Jainists.
 C. They are landlocked.
 D. They are both islands.
 Geography
 - I. Reincarnation
 - II. Siddhartha Gautama
 - III. Five Pillars
 - IV. Four Nobel Truths
 - V. Eightfold Path
 - VI. Muhammed
Which of the above are part of the Buddhist faith?
 A. I, II, IV, V
 B. I, III, IV, II
 C. I, II, III, V
 D. I, II, IV, VI
 A. Calcutta
 B. Katmandu
 C. Islamabad
 D. New Delhi
 A. Islam
 B. Buddhism
 C. Jainism
 D. Sikhism
In a Caste system The lowest
members of society (Dalits)
have no caste and are forbidden
contact with Indians in any