# Monsoon Asia Semester Test

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This test covers the different aspects of monsoon Asia that we have studied this semester.

• 1.

### The term monsoon means

• A.

Extreme weather

• B.

Prolonged drought

• C.

Seasonal wind

• D.

Storm surge

C. Seasonal wind
Explanation
The term monsoon refers to a seasonal wind. Monsoons are characterized by a reversal in wind direction during different seasons. They bring heavy rainfall to certain regions during the summer months, while other regions experience dry conditions. These winds are a crucial factor in the climate and weather patterns of many countries, particularly in South Asia. Therefore, the correct answer is seasonal wind.

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• 2.

### Atmospheric pressure is a measure of which of the following?

• A.

The total solar energy received by Earth

• B.

The weight of air pushing down on Earth

• C.

The speed of prevailing winds circling Earth

• D.

The amount of vapor in the air around Earth

B. The weight of air pushing down on Earth
Explanation
Atmospheric pressure is a measure of the weight of air pushing down on Earth. As air molecules have mass, they exert a force on the surface of the Earth due to gravity. This force per unit area is what we refer to as atmospheric pressure. The weight of the air column above a specific point determines the atmospheric pressure at that point. Therefore, atmospheric pressure is a measure of the vertical force exerted by the weight of the atmosphere on Earth's surface.

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• 3.

### Which of these best explains why cities on opposite sides of a mountain receive different amounts of rain?

• A.

Cloud seeding

• B.

The water cycle

• C.

Altitudinal zonation

• D.

The orographic effect

D. The orograpHic effect
Explanation
The orographic effect is the best explanation for why cities on opposite sides of a mountain receive different amounts of rain. When moist air encounters a mountain, it is forced to rise, cool, and condense, resulting in precipitation on the windward side of the mountain. As the air descends on the leeward side, it warms and becomes drier, leading to less rainfall. This phenomenon causes a rain shadow effect, where one side of the mountain is relatively dry while the other side receives more precipitation.

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• 4.

### Because Pune, India, lies in a rain shadow, its people have learned to live with

• A.

Frequent droughts

• B.

Tropical cyclones

• C.

Water salinization

• D.

A. Frequent droughts
Explanation
Pune, India, experiences frequent droughts because it lies in a rain shadow. A rain shadow is an area that receives significantly less rainfall due to the presence of mountains or other geographical features that block the passage of rain-bearing clouds. As a result, Pune receives less precipitation, leading to dry conditions and droughts. The people of Pune have adapted to these frequent droughts and have learned to live with the challenges they bring.

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• 5.

### Which of these South Asian cities is known as one of the worlds' wettest capitals?

• A.

Abuja

• B.

Ankara

• C.

Dhaka

• D.

Ottawa

C. Dhaka
Explanation
Dhaka is known as one of the world's wettest capitals because it experiences heavy rainfall throughout the year. The city is located in a low-lying area and is surrounded by rivers, making it prone to flooding. Dhaka's monsoon season, which lasts from June to September, brings intense rainfall and often leads to waterlogging in the city. This high amount of precipitation contributes to Dhaka's reputation as one of the wettest capitals in the world.

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• 6.

### What is one way that people adapt to the semiarid climate of Jodhpur?

• A.

They grow thirsty crops.

• B.

They use drip irrigation.

• C.

They build houses on stilts.

• D.

They drive rickshaws to work.

B. They use drip irrigation.
Explanation
One way that people adapt to the semiarid climate of Jodhpur is by using drip irrigation. This method allows them to efficiently water their crops by delivering small amounts of water directly to the roots, minimizing evaporation and water waste. Drip irrigation helps to conserve water and ensure that crops receive the necessary hydration in a region with limited water resources.

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• 7.

### Based on the climagraph, Mumbai lies in which of these climate zones?

• A.

Tropical wet and dry

• B.

Marine west coast

• C.

Humid continental

• D.

Tropical wet

A. Tropical wet and dry
Explanation
Based on the climagraph, Mumbai lies in the tropical wet and dry climate zone. This can be determined by observing the graph which shows a distinct wet season followed by a dry season. The temperature remains consistently high throughout the year, indicating a tropical climate. The precipitation levels are high during the wet season and significantly lower during the dry season, further supporting the classification of tropical wet and dry climate for Mumbai.

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• 8.

### Based on this climograph, which of these would be the most pleasant month for an outdoor festival in Calcutta?

• A.

July

• B.

August

• C.

September

• D.

October

D. October
Explanation
October would be the most pleasant month for an outdoor festival in Calcutta because the climograph shows that the temperature is relatively cooler during this month compared to July, August, and September. Additionally, the precipitation levels are lower in October, indicating less chance of rain, making it more suitable for an outdoor event.

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• 9.

### In which of these mountain ranges is Mount Everest located?

• A.

Andes

• B.

Caucasus

• C.

Himalayas

• D.

Urals

C. Himalayas
Explanation
Mount Everest is located in the Himalayas. The Himalayas is a mountain range in Asia that stretches across several countries including Nepal, where Mount Everest is situated. It is the highest mountain range in the world and is known for its majestic peaks, including Mount Everest, which is the highest peak on Earth.

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• 10.

### What is the main reason people want to climb to the top of Mount Everest?

• A.

It is the world's oldest mountain.

• B.

It is the world's tallest mountain.

• C.

It is the world's most beautiful mountain.

• D.

It is the world's most dangerous mountain.

B. It is the world's tallest mountain.
Explanation
The main reason people want to climb to the top of Mount Everest is because it is the world's tallest mountain. Mount Everest has always been a symbol of human achievement and conquering the highest peak has a great allure for many climbers. The challenge, adventure, and personal accomplishment associated with reaching the summit make it a popular goal for mountaineers around the world. Additionally, the breathtaking views and the sense of being on top of the world add to the appeal of climbing Mount Everest.

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• 11.

### Based on the information in this table, about how much does it cost a guide service to take seven climbers to the top of Everest?

• A.

Under \$150,000

• B.

Around \$150,000

• C.

Less than \$200,000

• D.

More than \$250,000

D. More than \$250,000
Explanation
Based on the information in the table, it can be inferred that the cost of taking seven climbers to the top of Everest is more than \$250,000. This conclusion is drawn because the given options include "under \$150,000," "around \$150,000," and "less than \$200,000," all of which indicate a lower cost range. Therefore, the only option left is "more than \$250,000," which suggests a higher cost for the guide service.

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• 12.

### Climbers on Everest stop from time to time to acclimatize to

• A.

Crowded trails

• B.

Elevation changes

• C.

Extreme cold

• D.

Windy weather

B. Elevation changes
Explanation
Climbers on Everest stop from time to time to acclimatize to elevation changes. This is because as they ascend higher, the air becomes thinner and the oxygen levels decrease, making it difficult for the body to function properly. By stopping and spending time at different elevations, climbers allow their bodies to adjust to the decreased oxygen levels, reducing the risk of altitude sickness and increasing their chances of reaching the summit successfully.

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• 13.

### The carrying capacity of a place is a measure of which of the following?

• A.

The plants and animals it can support

• B.

The replacement rate of its population

• C.

The renewable resources it can provide

• D.

The environmental degradation it has suffered

A. The plants and animals it can support
Explanation
The carrying capacity of a place refers to the maximum number of plants and animals that can be sustained by its available resources. It is a measure of the ecosystem's ability to provide enough food, water, and shelter to support a population without depleting or damaging the environment. The carrying capacity is influenced by factors such as the availability of food, water, space, and the ability of the ecosystem to absorb waste and regenerate resources. Therefore, the correct answer is "the plants and animals it can support."

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• 14.

### What caused the problem described by a climber in this excerpt?  The wind kicked up huge swirling waves of powder snow.  Ice formed over my goggles, making it difficult to see. I began to lose feeling in my feet.  My fingers turned to wood.

• A.

Exposure

• B.

Salinization

• C.

Storm surge

• D.

Altitude sickness

A. Exposure
Explanation
The problem described by the climber in this excerpt is caused by exposure. The wind kicking up huge swirling waves of powder snow, the formation of ice over the goggles, and the loss of feeling in the feet and fingers turning to wood are all symptoms of being exposed to extreme cold temperatures for a prolonged period of time.

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• 15.

### On their way up Mount Everest, climbers enter the Death Zone.  What makes this zone so challenging?

• A.

Lack of sleep

• B.

Lack of shelter

• C.

Lack of oxygen

• D.

Lack of daylight

C. Lack of oxygen
Explanation
The Death Zone on Mount Everest is extremely challenging due to the lack of oxygen. At high altitudes, the air becomes thin and contains less oxygen, making it difficult for climbers to breathe. This can lead to altitude sickness, which can be life-threatening. The lack of oxygen also affects the body's ability to function properly, causing fatigue, dizziness, and impaired decision-making. Climbers must acclimatize to the altitude and carry supplemental oxygen to survive in the Death Zone.

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• 16.

### Which part of the climb is being described?Climbing in the Death Zone is a real physical test.  "You take a step and you breathe six to eight times and then you take another step and then you breathe six or eight times," a climber recalled.

Camp IV
camp 4
camp four
four
4
Explanation
The part of the climb being described is Camp IV, also known as camp 4. This is the fourth campsite that climbers reach during their ascent. The description of taking a step and then breathing six to eight times before taking another step indicates the extreme physical exertion and the need for frequent rest and oxygen intake at this high altitude camp.

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• 17.

### Which part of the climb is being described:  Climbers reach the Khumbu Icefall on the second stage of their journey.  "Imagine trying to hopscotch uphill through a field of ice boulders the size of houses and weighing some 30 tons, each of which could shift at any moment without warning," wrote a climber about the icefall.

Camp I
camp 1
camp one
1
one
Explanation
The part of the climb being described is Camp I, also known as camp 1 or camp one. This is where climbers reach the Khumbu Icefall on the second stage of their journey. The description of trying to hopscotch uphill through a field of ice boulders the size of houses and weighing some 30 tons refers to the challenges faced at this stage of the climb.

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• 18.

### What part of the climb is being described?"My first sensation was one of relief - relief that the long grind was over," Edmund Hilary wrote.  "I turned and looked at Tenzing.  Even beneath his oxygen mask and the icicles hanging from his hair, I could see his infectious grin of sheer delight."

Summit
the summit
Explanation
The passage describes the climbers reaching the top of the mountain, as indicated by the phrase "relief that the long grind was over." The mention of the climbers looking at each other with smiles and delight further suggests that they have reached their goal, the summit. Therefore, the correct answer is "Summit" or "the summit."

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• 19.

### Which part of the climb is being described?Once climbers go beyond 19,600 feet, they enter a long valley called Western Cwm, or "Valley of Silence."  On a sunny day, the valley gets quite hot.  This comes as a surprise to climbers who expect freezing conditions.  "You literally pray for a puff of wind or a loud to cover the sun," one climber said.

Camp II
camp 2
2
II
camp two
Explanation
The part of the climb being described is Camp II, also known as camp 2. Once climbers go beyond 19,600 feet, they enter a long valley called Western Cwm, or "Valley of Silence." On a sunny day, the valley gets quite hot, which surprises climbers who expect freezing conditions. They pray for a puff of wind or a cloud to cover the sun. This description aligns with the conditions and experiences typically associated with Camp II.

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• 20.

### Which part of the climb is being described?This "tent city" is made up of dozens or even hundreds of tents.  It has kitchens, dining halls, and even solar-powered lights.  Most climbers spend weeks here to get used to the thin air.

Base Camp
base
Explanation
The part of the climb being described is the "Base Camp." This is where climbers set up their tents, which can number in the dozens or even hundreds. The Base Camp also has facilities such as kitchens, dining halls, and solar-powered lights. Climbers typically spend weeks at Base Camp to acclimatize to the thin air before continuing their ascent.

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• 21.

### Which of the following inventions is not part of the global revolution?

• A.

Cell phones

• B.

Personal computers

• C.

Multifunctional platforms

• D.

Communication satellites

C. Multifunctional platforms
Explanation
Multifunctional platforms are not typically considered a part of the global revolution in terms of technological advancements. While cell phones, personal computers, and communication satellites have all played significant roles in revolutionizing global communication and connectivity, multifunctional platforms are not as widely recognized or utilized in the same way. Therefore, they can be considered as the invention that is not part of the global revolution.

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• 22.

### Which term best describes hiring someone outside a company to do work that was once done by the company's own workers?

• A.

Recycling

• B.

Outsourcing

• C.

Smart growth

• D.

Division of labor

B. Outsourcing
Explanation
Outsourcing is the term that best describes hiring someone outside a company to do work that was once done by the company's own workers. This practice allows companies to delegate certain tasks or functions to external individuals or organizations, often in order to reduce costs, increase efficiency, or access specialized expertise. By outsourcing, companies can focus on their core competencies while relying on external resources to handle non-core activities.

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• 23.

### Which city on the map  is the main hub of IT work in India?

• A.

Bangalore

• B.

Chennai

• C.

• D.

Mumbai

A. Bangalore
Explanation
Bangalore is considered the main hub of IT work in India due to its thriving IT industry. It is home to numerous multinational companies and startups, making it a major center for technological innovation and employment opportunities. The city's infrastructure, educational institutions, and favorable business environment have attracted a large number of IT professionals and companies, solidifying its position as the primary destination for IT work in India.

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• 24.

### What comparative advantage does India have over many other countries in attracting IT jobs from the United States?

• A.

India's brain drain

• B.

India's caste system

• C.

Many Hindi speakers

• D.

Many English speakers

D. Many English speakers
Explanation
India has a comparative advantage over many other countries in attracting IT jobs from the United States because it has a large number of English speakers. This is advantageous as English is the primary language used in the IT industry, and Indian professionals can easily communicate and work with their American counterparts. The abundance of English speakers in India provides a pool of skilled workers who can effectively understand and deliver IT services to US clients, making it an attractive destination for outsourcing IT jobs.

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• 25.

### According to this graph, how did technical and IT programs in India change between 1997 and 2004?

• A.

Twice as many programs offered IT classes.

• B.

• C.

The number of students enrolled in IT programs about doubled.

• D.

Twice as many IT students went to other countries to study.

C. The number of students enrolled in IT programs about doubled.
Explanation
The graph indicates that there was a significant increase in the number of students enrolled in IT programs in India between 1997 and 2004. This can be inferred from the statement "Twice as many programs offered IT classes." This suggests that the demand for IT education increased, leading to a doubling in the number of students enrolled in IT programs.

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• 26.

### Which of these is a comparative advantage that attracts foreign companies to the United States?

• A.

Low living costs

• B.

Long life expectancies

• C.

Many linguistic groups

• D.

Highly educated workers

D. Highly educated workers
Explanation
Foreign companies are attracted to the United States because of its highly educated workers. This means that the workforce in the United States has a higher level of knowledge, skills, and expertise compared to workers in other countries. This can be advantageous for foreign companies as they can benefit from the specialized knowledge and expertise of the American workforce, which can contribute to increased productivity and innovation. Additionally, highly educated workers can also contribute to a higher quality of output and a more competitive advantage in the global market.

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• 27.

### This map shows standard time zones around the world.  India has a nonstandard time zone.  It is a half-hour off standard time.  On this map, the time in India would be 11:30 pm  These three states are marked on the map with letters: A, California; B, Texas; C, New York.Find India and California (A) on the map.  When it is 11:30pm in India, what time is it in California?

11:00 am
eleven am
11 am
Explanation
When it is 11:30 pm in India, California (A) would be 11:00 am.

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• 28.

### Find Texas (B) on the map.  How many hours difference are there between Texas and California?

2 hours
2
two hours
two
Explanation
The correct answer is 2 hours. Texas and California are in different time zones, with Texas being in the Central Time Zone and California being in the Pacific Time Zone. There is a 2-hour time difference between these two states.

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• 29.

### Find New York (C) on the map.  When it is 5:00pm in New York, what time is it in Texas?

4:00 pm
Explanation
When it is 5:00pm in New York, it is also 4:00pm in Texas. This is because both New York and Texas are in the same time zone, which is Eastern Standard Time (EST). Therefore, the time difference between the two states is zero, and the time in Texas will be the same as the time in New York.

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• 30.

### Find the International Date Line and Japan on the map.  Suppose that you are flying across the Pacific from the United States to Japan.  You leave California at 11:00am on Monday, June 1.  You reach Japan 12 hours later.  What time, day and date is it in Japan when you arrive?

4:00pm Tuesday June 2
4 pm Tuesday June 2
Explanation
When flying across the Pacific from the United States to Japan, you cross the International Date Line. This imaginary line is located roughly along the 180Â° longitude and marks the transition between calendar dates. Since you leave California on Monday, June 1 at 11:00am and it takes you 12 hours to reach Japan, the time and date in Japan would be 4:00pm on Tuesday, June 2. Therefore, both options given as the answer are correct.

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• 31.

### Rat like marsupial of South Asia

bandicoot
Explanation
A bandicoot is a type of rat-like marsupial that is native to South Asia. It is a small to medium-sized mammal that belongs to the order Peramelemorphia. Bandicoots are known for their long snouts, sharp teeth, and powerful hind legs. They have a pouch, similar to other marsupials, in which they carry their young. The term "bandicoot" is commonly used to refer to several species within the family Peramelidae. These animals are typically found in forests, grasslands, and agricultural areas of South Asia.

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• 32.

### Unleavened bread baked on a griddle

chapati
chapaties
Explanation
Chapati is a type of unleavened bread that is commonly made in many Indian households. It is typically cooked on a griddle or tawa, which is a flat, round cooking surface. Chapati is made from whole wheat flour and water, and sometimes a small amount of oil or ghee is added. The dough is rolled into thin, round discs and then cooked on the griddle until it puffs up and develops brown spots. It is a staple in Indian cuisine and is often served with curries or used as a wrap for various fillings. "Chapaties" is simply the plural form of "chapati".

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• 33.

### Money or property given to her husband at marriage

dowry
Explanation
Dowry refers to money or property that is given to the husband at the time of marriage. It is a traditional practice in some cultures where the bride's family provides this gift to the groom as a form of financial support. The dowry is intended to help the couple start their married life and is often given in the form of cash, jewelry, or other valuable assets. However, it is important to note that dowry practices can sometimes lead to negative consequences such as financial burdens, gender inequality, and even violence against women.

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• 34.

### Bicycle with an attached cart to carry people or goods

rickshaw
rickshaws
Explanation
The given correct answer is "rickshaw" or "rickshaws". A rickshaw is a type of transportation vehicle that consists of a bicycle with an attached cart used to carry people or goods. It is commonly used in many Asian countries as a means of transportation for short distances. The word "rickshaw" can be used to refer to a single vehicle or multiple vehicles, hence the plural form "rickshaws".

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• 35.

### City on the Ganges River that is considered sacred to Hindus

Varanasi
Explanation
Varanasi is a city located on the Ganges River in India, and it is considered sacred to Hindus. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and is a major pilgrimage site for Hindus. The city is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva, and it is believed that dying in Varanasi and being cremated on the banks of the Ganges River can lead to moksha, liberation from the cycle of birth and death. The city is also known for its numerous temples and ghats, where religious rituals and ceremonies take place. Therefore, Varanasi is the correct answer for a city on the Ganges River that is considered sacred to Hindus.

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• 36.

rupee
rupees
• 37.

### Length of cloth, wrapped to make a skirt, then draped over the shoulder for women

sari
saris
Explanation
A sari is a type of traditional clothing for women that is made by wrapping a long piece of cloth around the body to create a skirt-like garment. It is then draped over the shoulder in a specific style. The correct answer, "sari" or "saris" in plural form, accurately describes this type of clothing and its usage.

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• 38.

### City that takes care of widows

Vrindavan
Explanation
Vrindavan is a city in India that is known for its significant population of widows. It is considered a place where widows go to seek solace and support after the loss of their husbands. The city has several ashrams and organizations that provide shelter, food, and medical care to these widows. Vrindavan has become a symbol of compassion and care for widows, making it the correct answer for a city that takes care of widows.

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• 39.

### Wooden bed frame laced with rope

charpoy
charpoys
Explanation
A charpoy, also known as a charpai or a charpoys, is a traditional bed frame made of wood and laced with rope. It is commonly used in South Asian countries. The use of the term "charpoy" or "charpoys" in the answer indicates that the given description matches the characteristics of this specific type of bed frame.

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• 40.

### What is one way people adapt to a tropical wet and dry climate?

• A.

People plan outdoor activities anytime

• B.

Structures are built on stilts to prevent flood damage

• C.

People cannot plan outdoor activities

• D.

People plant crops like wheat and corn

B. Structures are built on stilts to prevent flood damage
Explanation
In a tropical wet and dry climate, there is a significant amount of rainfall followed by a dry season. To adapt to this climate, people build structures on stilts to prevent flood damage. By elevating their homes and buildings, they can protect them from potential flooding during the wet season. This adaptation allows them to minimize damage and maintain a safe living environment in areas prone to flooding.

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• 41.

### How has the IT Revolution affected women?

• A.

More opportunities for women

• B.

More women can speak English

• C.

More women wear saris

• D.

More women are having children

A. More opportunities for women
Explanation
The IT Revolution has provided more opportunities for women by creating job opportunities in the field of technology. This has allowed women to enter into traditionally male-dominated industries and pursue careers in IT. As a result, women have been able to break barriers and achieve professional success, leading to greater gender equality in the workforce.

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• 42.

### What is one positive effect of climbers and tourism in Nepal because of Mt. Everest?

• A.

Carrying capacity of Mt. Everest has expanded

• B.

China has become a more popular tourist destination

• C.

Tourism brings in money

• D.

Sherpas have more to carry

C. Tourism brings in money
Explanation
Tourism in Nepal, particularly due to Mount Everest, brings in money, which is a positive effect. The influx of tourists contributes to the local economy through various means such as accommodation, transportation, food, and other services. This revenue generated from tourism can be used for the development of infrastructure, conservation efforts, and improving the livelihoods of the local communities. It also creates job opportunities and promotes cultural exchange. Therefore, tourism's financial benefits are a positive outcome of climbers and tourism in Nepal because of Mount Everest.

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• 43.

### What is a negative effect of climbers and tourism on Nepal because of Mt. Everest?

• A.

China is angry because of all the tourists on the Nepalese side

• B.

Cutting down trees for buildings and fuel has led to deforestation

• C.

Carrying capacity of Mt. Everest has decreased

• D.

Sherpas are immigrating to other countries.

B. Cutting down trees for buildings and fuel has led to deforestation
Explanation
The negative effect of climbers and tourism on Nepal because of Mt. Everest is the cutting down of trees for buildings and fuel, which has resulted in deforestation. This activity has led to the loss of natural habitat and biodiversity, as well as contributing to climate change and soil erosion. Deforestation also disrupts the delicate balance of the ecosystem and can have long-term consequences for the local communities and wildlife.

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• 44.

### How have climbers sought new challenges when climbing Mt. Everest?

• A.

Some climb Mt. Everest much more slowly

• B.

Some climb Mt. Everest in the winter

• C.

Some climbers make more than one attempt on Mt. Everest

• D.

Some climbers climb Mt. Everest as pat of the Seven Summits Challenge

D. Some climbers climb Mt. Everest as pat of the Seven Summits Challenge
Explanation
Climbers have sought new challenges when climbing Mt. Everest by including it as part of the Seven Summits Challenge. This challenge involves climbing the highest peak on each of the seven continents, which adds an additional level of difficulty and accomplishment to the climb. By incorporating Mt. Everest into this challenge, climbers are pushing themselves to conquer not only the tallest mountain in the world but also to complete a significant mountaineering achievement.

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