T historia

From The 11th to the 13th century Europe experienced an important revival.

More food meant more people lived longer  and more children survived.  As there were more people, there were more  demands and needs for many products.  Trade grew considerably, creating trade  routes across Europe. The most important  ones were the Mediterranean route and  the Atlantic and Baltic route.  Trade fairs were really important. The fairs  were places where merchants met to buy  and sell products such

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Geografía 2 evaluación

It Is truth that greater life expetancy, the femail participation in the work face and the development of the welfare state have favoured the growth of the tertiary sector in developed countries?

Yes,because since 1940s increpases life expectacy has created more demand for services for senior citizens, the incorporation of women into labour force has created a need for more chilcare and services of products that reduce housework and the development of the welfare lead to the growth and consolidation

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Participants in the economy 
Everyone who produces, consumes or distributes products participates in the economy. We can divide the participants into three types: households, businesses and the government
• A household is all of the people who live together. Normally a household is the same as a family. However, someone who lives by himself is a household, and so are friends who live together. • Businesses buy and sell goods and/or services. • The government includes central, regional and local
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Temperature: Average energy of molecules or atoms in a material – Kinetic energy of a substance. Heat: Total energy of molecules or atoms in a material,You can have a large amount of heat but low temperatures Can have high temperatures but little heat Latent heat: The amount of heat required to completely change a quantity of water from phase A to phase B with no corresponding change in temperature. “Latent” means “hidden” Residence timesResidence time of a species = mass (or volume) in

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1.2 levels evolution: 1. Adaptation

2. Speciation

2.5 agents of evolutionary change: 1. mutation

2. gene flow

3. non-random mating

4. genetic drift

5. selection

3.Adaptation: evolution within species; previous stuff

4.Adaptive radiation: rapid evolution of diversely adapted species from a common ancestor

- occurs when a species enters a new habitat or niche

5.Aging: Ordered sequence in layers of rock relative age of fossils

6.agriculture in artificial selection: rusts from generations of humans selection

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Abode: a place in which a person stays.

Plaster: concrete light mixture to apply on walls.

Chimney: structure that rises above the roof as escape route for smoke.

Chinks: a crack, break, fissure or narrow opening.

Hewn: handmade, with physical effort.


Casing: framework around a window.

Dew: moisture in small drops on a surface.

Exude: to come out gradually in drops.

Midst: airborne visible vapor.

Ripple: small undulation or soft waves.

Sturdily:strongly built; firm.

Rout: to defeat decisively.


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