# Unit 3 Early Humans Online Review Quiz

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This quiz will help prepare you for the Unit 3 Test or for the RAP test.

• 1.
If you were studying the Civil War, an an actual letter written during the Civil War would be a ______________ (type primary source, secondary source, or neither one). SPELLING COUNTS!
• 2.
If you were studying World War II, a textbook about World War II would be a ______________ (type primary source, secondary source, or neither one). SPELLING COUNTS!
• 3.
If you were studying 10,000 BC, this fiction movie is a ________________ (type primary source, secondary source, or neither one). SPELLING COUNTS!
• 4.
If you are studying World War II, a fiction novel about World War II is a  ____________________ (type primary source, secondary source, or neither one).
• 5.
Which of the following time periods is a millennium?
• A.

1100 to 1200

• B.

1864 to 1860

• C.

1300 to 1310

• D.

1000 to 2000

• 6.
How long does a century last?
• A.

It can be long or short but it has to share common events or features.

• B.

Ten years.

• C.

One hundred years.

• D.

One thousand years.

• 7.
A.D. stands for "After Death."
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 8.
A decade lasts __________ years. (Use numbers or letters).
• 9.
To figure out how many years passed between 600 B.C. and 300 B.C., use this mathematical operation.
• A.

• B.

Subtraction

• C.

Multiplication

• D.

Division

• 10.
To find how many years passed between 5,000 B.C. and 2010 A.D., use this mathematical operation:
• A.

• B.

Subtraction

• C.

Multiplication

• D.

Division

• 11.
These dates are in correct chronological order:1 B.C., 2 B.C., 3 B.C.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 12.
Why did early humans migrate so often?
• A.

To find food

• B.

Because of diseases

• C.

Wars with other tribes

• D.

Because of the climate

• 13.
What was the Neolithic Revolution
• A.

When people invented architecture.

• B.

When people invented hunting and gathering.

• C.

When people invented agriculture.

• D.

When people invented bartering.

• 14.
Hunter-gatherers have
• A.

A subsistence economy with some bartering

• B.

A market economy with some agriculture

• C.

A specialized economy with some trading

• 15.
Which statements describe effects of the Neolithic Revolution?
• A.

The population increased

• B.

The population declined

• C.

• D.

• E.

There was a food surplus

• F.

The first social classes developed

• 16.
Having surplus goods means that you can:
• A.

Produce just enough to meet your needs.

• B.

Hunt and gather.

• C.

• D.

• 17.
During the Paleolithic Age, banks, money and taxes did not exist.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 18.
A direct result of the Neolithic Revolution is that people
• A.

Began living in permanent villages

• B.

Developed a nomadic way of life

• C.

Depended on hunting and gathering

• D.

Used fertilizers

• 19.
What invention caused early people to stop roaming?
• A.

Ziggurats

• B.

The wheel

• C.

Fire

• D.

Agriculture

• 20.
This picture shows people:
• A.

• B.

Specializing

• C.

Farming

• D.

Bartering

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