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  1. Australia Review Game

  2. How does the high literacy rate in Australia affect its economy and enhance the standard of living for its citizens? It has no effect It increases GDP and decreases human capital It increases human capital, GDP, and Standard of living It decreases GDP but increases standard of living

  3. 3.It increases human capital, GDP, and Standard of living

  4. Gaining more money from taxes and protecting nation’s businesses from other foreign companies is an example of which trade barrier? • Quota • Tariff • Mountains • Embargo

  5. 2. Tariff

  6. Which “silent weapon” killed many aborigines • Contaminated food • Guns • Animals • Disease

  7. 4. disease

  8. Why is Asia influential to Australia? • The 2 nations trade • Similar weather features • Aust. first settlers came from Asia • Common currency

  9. 3. Aust. first settlers came from Asia

  10. All of the following are examples of human capital EXCEPT: • Investing in computers • Investing in GDP • Investing in education • Investing in high-tech jobs

  11. 2. Investing in GDP

  12. Plan for energy independence will focus on using sources of energy we already have here in the Australia including oil & natural gas, wind, and solar . This is an example of: • Utilizing nations OWN resources to help economy • International trading to stimulate jobs and the economy • Utilizing nations resources which will hurt the economy

  13. 1. Utilizing nations OWN resources to help economy

  14. Why did the British send prisoners to Australia • Empty plot of land • Lots of housing • No where else to put them • It was a remote island

  15. 4 It was a remote island

  16. TRUE or FALSE: Coffee is one of Australia’s main resource? • True • False

  17. 2. False, TIMBER is the main resource

  18. A remote location, scarcely populated, where there is little natural resources best describes: • Coral Reef • Coastal Cities • Outback • Oceania

  19. 3. Outback

  20. Which group of people contributed MOST to the colonization of Australia? • 1. doctors • 2. prisoners • 3. artists • 4. Puritans

  21. 2. prisoners

  22. Which occupation helps Aust. economy the MOST? • Farmers • Miners • Entreprenuers • Factory workers

  23. 1. farmers

  24. How did the ice age impact Australia? • It offered more fishing to early explorers • It provided natives with water and ice cap mountains • The low sea levels exposed the land providing a place to live • The natives wanted to move from Asia

  25. 3 The low sea levels exposed the land providing a place to live

  26. Which major physical feature does the Great Barrier Reef touch? • Indian Ocean • Darling River • Oceania • Coral Sea

  27. 4. Coral Sea

  28. Why did the population of Aborigines decrease more in the 19th century? • The kids were being taken • They were dying of disease • The tribes were having conflicts • The British population mixed with the aborigine population

  29. 2. They were dying of disease

  30. Why can’t tourism jobs sustain Aust. Economy? • Tourism is seasonal and only happens at certain times in the year • Tourism doesn’t attract enough people • The places to tour is Aust. are not all that! • Tourism is a steady money maker

  31. 1. Tourism is seasonal and only happens at certain times in the year

  32. Taking too many fish out of the sea is known as • 1. fish depletion • 2. fish exile • 3. exfishing • 4. overfishing

  33. 4. overfishing

  34. What is the title of Queen Elizabeth in Aust? • Governer • Head of State • President • Prime Minister

  35. 2. Head of State

  36. 2 houses in the legislature is: • Bicameral • Bilingual • Bilegislatre • Bi-casas

  37. 1. Bicameral

  38. An entrepreneur is: • 1. someone who fails at a business • 2. someone who succeeds at a business • 3. someone who takes a risk to start a business • 4. someone who borrows money

  39. 3. someone who takes a risk to start a business

  40. What type of economy does Aust. Have? • Market • Capitalist • Mixed • command

  41. 3. mixed

  42. Which of the following is an example of investing in human capital? • 1. taxing people • 2. building universities • 3. farming corn • 4. installing telephones

  43. 2. building universities

  44. destruction of the Great Barrier Reef, ozone depletion, global warming are all examples of: • Natural resources • Aust. Use of economic goods • Challenges for Aust. Farmers • Concerns for the environment

  45. 4 Concerns for the environment

  46. Technology, machines, services, manufacturing, phones are all example of which type of productive resource/good? • Natural • Capital • Human • Capitalism

  47. 2. Capital

  48. High-tech job, educated, literacy rate are all examples of which type of productive resource/good? • Natural • Capital • Human • Capitalism

  49. 3. human

  50. True/False, Tea Production is useful in Aust. Economy? • True • False