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Unit 6 CUA

Quiz by Driver, Kathryn

Grade 6
Social Studies (2018)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)


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  • Q1

    Based on the excerpt, which of the following countries has coasts on both sides of the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea?

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  • Q2

    In ancient times, the Nile flooded each year. Based on the excerpt, how can farmers benefit from the dam?

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    They can get water for crops year-round.

    They can grow a greater variety of crops.

    They can set up farmers' markets in the rainy season.

    They can expand the size of their farms.

  • Q3

    What human-made feature has contributed greatly to the Red Sea becoming one of the world's busiest waterways?

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    hydroelectric dam

    Kuwait refinery complex

    Suez Canal

    Strait of Hormuz

  • Q4

    Which of the following natural resources are found in abundance in Southwest Asia?

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    gold and gemstones

    forests and freshwater

    oil and natural gas

    forests and wildlife

  • Q5

    The vast majority of Egyptians live within 12 miles (19km) of what vital freshwater source?

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    Suez Canal

    Red Sea

    Nile River

    Strait of Gibraltar


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