World History Homework Three Answers - Student Fourteen

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World History Homework Three Leonard G

1.) I enjoyed learning about classic India. I was amazed to find out that the ancient people of the Indus River civilization did not have any false gods or large palaces. These people were also very advanced, having the latest technology like indoor bathrooms.


2.) Unlike Hinduism, Buddhism did not have a caste system, which attracted people outside of India in lower classes.


3.) This is the symbol for Taoism, known as the Taijitu. The dark side, yin, resembles a more passive, feminine side and the light side, yang, resembles a more active, masculine side.

Right again.

4.) Hinduism has survived so long because of its ability to adapt to other religions. For example, Hinduism accepts Jesus as “a” God, removing conflict between Hinduism and Christianity.

Good, concise, correct answer.

5.) My favorite insight by Sun Tzu is, "To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hands, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself." This statement simply sums up by saying that defense is the most important part of a battle. If you lack defense, you cause your own downfall.

Excellent again.

6.) The major empires of ancient China were the Qin dynasty (221-206 B.C.), the Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D 220), the Three Kingdoms (A.D. 220-280), the Sui Dynasty (A.D. 581-618), the Tang Dynasty (A.D.618-907), and the Song Dynasty (A.D.960-1279).


7.) b.) The Silk Road is similar to the internet today because it connected people together from faraway places. It also enabled trade and the spread of lifestyles and technology.

Excellent, may use as a model.
70/70. Perfect!--Andy Schlafly 13:30, 22 February 2009 (EST)