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ISBN: 9780078681721 308

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Geometry: Concepts and Applications, Student Edition (GEOMETRY: CONCEPTS & APPLIC) | 1st Edition

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Problem 22

How many pairs of adjacent angles are in the design of the window shown at the right? Name them.

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(SU: Soviet Union US: United States GB: Great Britain) The Cold War  Shift in the way that the world is organized o Balance­of­power to Binary system  Beforehand: many nations dominate international politics (the big 5: The US, France, look up rest)  Now: US and soviet are predominant forces  Worldwide ramifications Consider these Questions:  Define the cold war  How did the cold war originate Who was responsible  Atlantic Charter, 1941 o Disarmament, open seas and trade o Collective security  Yalta Conference, Feb. 1945 o Soviet Union: demilitarize Germany o U.S.: Revitalize Germany o Compromise: four zones of allied occupation o Germany surrendered on may 8, 1945  Harry Truman o Almost no experience in foreign policy o Blustered in congress, forced his opinion on people o Not really prepared in 45 to become president.  Potsdam Conference o July­august 1945 o Reparations: each allied victor to take reparations only from own occupation zone. Stalin wanted reparations from Germany o Borders of Poland shifted westward (oder­neisse­borders) o Capital city of berlin split into four segments. o Nobody really got what they wanted in Potsdam but they agree that it’s the best possible compromise o Winston Churchill is voted out during this time, so

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