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Samantha M.
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Study Skills
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How does having an organized note-taking system benefit you when preparing for daily learning and assessments?

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Completing your notes in an organized fashion in class makes studying each day more possible and less daunting. Taking time to keep a system that appeals to your style as a learner is critical to your daily success in the classroom, leading to improved academic performance.

Art History
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What is an axial plan?

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An axial plan is an architectural plan most notably featuring an elongated, narrow floor plan of a rectangular shape.

AP Art History
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The Standard of Ur, an ancient Sumerian work, show that at an early date there was extensive trading between people. Cite evidence referencing the materials used to support this statement.

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The Standard of Ur's unique materials exhibits extensive early trade routes among the region. For example, the Lapis Lazuli was sourced from Afghanistan, the shell inlays were connected to a region in the Persian Gulf Coast, and the red limestone used was originally from India. From this work, we can confirm the extensive communication and trade among the connected cultures.

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