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What was the effect of Russia leaving World War 1

russia had won the ww1

Correlation vs causation

Correlation means that two events are related. Causation means that one event caused another event to happen. Correlation isn't the same as causation.

The term cause and effect refers to

a relationship between actions or events such that one or more are the result of the other or others.

Which action illustrates rational behavior

Rational behavior is a process based on making decisions that result in the most benefit for the individual. An executive at a company retiring early illustrates this best.

Which of these would be most likely to determine whether or not the deposit would be mined

whether the cost of mining will be less than the value of the mineral

Why can two individuals looking at the same event come up with two different inferences about the event

Because their interpretations are affected by their own life experiences.

What could have occurred only during the modern era

People move from rural areas to find jobs in industrial factories.

How do historians define the term causation

The relationship between two events in which one leads directly to the other occurring

How can a historian determine whether a claim is valid

evaluate the evidence used to support it

Which statement is an example of causation

a rescuer knocked a lantern out of a workers hand,and the ruins caught fire

The main difference between an argumentative essay and an explanatory essay is that an argumentative essay

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is created to convince others to accept the author's point of view.

Causation describes a relationship between two events in which

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one event directly triggers the other.

A historian makes an interpretation when he or she

Answer this question… analyzes evidence to develop a better understanding of the past.

To determine whether a piece of historical evidence is reliable historians generally

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check to see if the information in the source is confirmed by other sources.

In order to make a valid historical interpretation about an event historians must

Answer this question… collect and evaluate evidence related to the event.

Which consequence resulted from nationalism throughout the 20th century

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Rebels and protesters secured many countries' independence from colonial powers.

Which statement best illustrates a claim of value

Answer this question… The United States was wrong to drop nuclear weapons on Japan during World War II.

How is an explanatory essay different from an argumentative essay

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An explanatory essay provides information, but an argumentative essay tries to prove a claim

Which action best illustrates the process of making an interpretation

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A historian reads speeches by English and French leaders during World War II to differentiate between their content and tone.

An oversimplification differs from a sound generalization because it

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leads to conclusions that do not reflect all the sources.

What does a historian typically do immediately after forming a historical question

Begin developing a historical argument to answer the historical question

How can personal biases and points of view influence historians when they are studying evidence

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They can lead historians to arrive at very different interpretations of an event.

Why is it important to refute potential counterclaims when writing an argumentative essay

To acknowledge and answer criticism of a thesis

When making a historical interpretation about an event a historian requires

access to sources that are relevant to the event

Why do historians use the historical thinking skill of interpretation

To develop a deeper understanding of the past by using sources

Why is it important for historians to corroborate the information found in pieces of historical evidence

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Different pieces of evidence may contradict the original information.

What is a major difference between generalizations and oversimplifications when making historical claims

When history is generalized it is a statement that such and such a thing happened because of one particular event. To over simplify something is to take away it's meaning from the historical context. History is often reflected by the biases of the researchers. If you look an old map of the world you will notice that Europe and North America are larger than Africa or South America. This is a biased representation of the world. They are actually larger.

Which option is an example of a historical argument

The Roman Empire traded with Han China because Chinese silk had been found in early Roman cities

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