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AP European History - The Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment: Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why did Descartes create a variation to the Deceiving God Argument?

Question 2 2. Who was Jean-Jacques Rousseau?

Question 3 3. Why was Beccaria opposed to torture?

Question 4 4. Which of these people worked to develop more accurate astronomical instruments?

Question 5 5. According to the Ptolemaic System, what resides at the center of the universe?

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Question 6 6. Francis Bacon's book 'New Atlantis' was:

Question 7 7. Why did Hobbes believe that the only suitable form of government was absolute monarchy?

Question 8 8. How was Diderot introduced to the idea of compiling knowledge?

Question 9 9. Averroism was a philosophy proposed by the Islamic scholar Ibn Rushd, who claimed that

Question 10 10. Why did Hume question the existence of objects?

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Question 11 11. According to Montesquieu, governments could improve people's lives by:

Question 12 12. How was the United States Constitution influenced by Montesquieu's philosophies?

Question 13 13. According to Descartes, why must God exist?

Question 14 14. What Enlightenment era ideology posited that men inherently had a set of basic rights and freedoms from birth, an idea early feminists appropriated?

Question 15 15. Who developed the Laws of Motion and the Law of Universal Gravitation?

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Question 16 16. According to David Hume, why is it impossible to truly know an object?

Question 17 17. Why did Francis Bacon believe it was important to control factors in experiments?

Question 18 18. Who did Descartes famously confront?

Question 19 19. Stars appear much closer than they are. What does this prove for Descartes?

Question 20 20. How has Beccaria's concept of jurisprudence impacted the American government and penal system?

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Question 21 21. Why did Montesquieu have a negative opinion of monarchies and dictatorships?

Question 22 22. Why do the Middle Ages have such a poor reputation?

Question 23 23. The Ptolemaic System likely sustained as an acceptable explanation of the universe for so long because it agreed with whose principles?

Question 24 24. If you were a woman living prior to the Enlightenment era, where were you expected to spend your life?

Question 25 25. Mary Wollstonecraft believed women deserved greater access to _____.

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Question 26 26. On which part of modern society has Smith's Wealth of Nation had a huge impact?

Question 27 27. How did the publication of an encyclopedia represent Diderot's Enlightenment values?

Question 28 28. What would Francis Bacon suggest you do if you wanted to learn how plants react to freezing?

Question 29 29. What Christian sect did Pascal become a fervent convert to?

Question 30 30. What 18th-century intellectual gatherings allowed some women to attend?

AP European History - The Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment: Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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