Trade mark – Quiz to test your knowledge!
Trade mark can be understood as symbol that differentiate a product from the others. Everyone is aware of such symbols like Nike, Parle and many popular marks. Trade marks promote initiative and enterprise worldwide by rewarding the owners of trademarks with recognition and financial profit. Trade mark protection also hinders the efforts of unfair competitors, such as counterfeiters, to use similar distinctive signs to market inferior or different products or services. The system enables people with skill and enterprise to produce and market goods and services in the fairest possible conditions, thereby facilitating international trade
Here is a quiz to test your knowledge on trade mark!
0 of 10 questions completed
Take This Challenge !
You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again.
Quiz is loading...
You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz.
You have to finish following quiz, to start this quiz:
0 of 10 questions answered correctly
Time has elapsed
You have reached 0 of 0 points, (0)
Thanks for participating!
See you soon!
- Question 1 of 10
1. Question1 points
John Winthrop referred to Massachusetts Colony as “a city on the hill” becauseCorrect
In 1630, John Winthrop described the Massachusetts Bay Colony as a city on the hill, stating, “The eyes of all people are upon us.” The colony did not practice religious toler- ance, however, and its treatment of Native Americans was similar to that of the colonists in Virginia. Conflicts such as King Philip’s War resulted.Incorrect
- Question 2 of 10
2. Question1 points
Which of the following statements best describes women in colonial New England?Correct
In New England, women who were widowed could maintain property and con- tracts. When they remarried, however, these rights ended, and their husband would take control of the woman’s estate. Women in New England were encouraged to read yet did not have the right to vote or hold public office.Incorrect
- Question 3 of 10
3. Question1 points
What was the major purpose of the Toleration Act of 1649?Correct
An initial reason Maryland was established was to provide refuge for Catholics who were persecuted in England. Lord Baltimore allowed freedom of worship from its founding, however, and many Protestants began to migrate into the region, threatening Catholic domination in the colony. The Toleration Act, while extending toleration to all Christians, was mainly to protect the rights of the Catholics settled there. It protected Christians, but non-Christians such as Jewish colonists did not receive any protections.Incorrect
- Question 4 of 10
4. Question1 points
Which of the following is the most accurate statement about the southern colonies during the late 17th century?Correct
The southern colonies’ economy was dominated by the export of staple crops such as tobacco, rice, and indigo. Upland cotton was initially not a major cash crop but later dominated the southern economy after the cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney in
1793, making the removal of seeds and processing of the fiber economically viable. Slaves and indentured servants initially worked side by side. This illustrated a potential danger, however, after Bacon’s Rebellion, in which they banded together against the plantation owners in 1676.Incorrect
- Question 5 of 10
5. Question1 points
Which of the following statements best describes Roger Williams’s view of “liberty of conscience”?Correct
Roger Williams, though having separatist ideals, alienated himself from and was eventually exiled because of his rejection of Puritan practices in Boston. His belief in liberty of conscience called for individual freedom of religion and a separation of church and state. In 1636, he founded Providence, which stood apart from other North American colonies in that it practiced religious tolerance.Incorrect
- Question 6 of 10
6. Question1 points
Which of the following statements best describes the ideas that caused the division between Anne Hutchinson and the Puritan church?Correct
Hutchinson left England for New England to escape religious persecution, but once she was in Boston, she began to speak out against Puritan authority within the colony. She rejected church authority if it in her opinion violated the authority of God. When she was placed on trial for her beliefs in 1638, she defended her beliefs concerning a personal relationship with religion over the authority of the church. For these beliefs she was ban- ished from Massachusetts. Hutchinson and her followers left the Massachusetts Bay Colony and established Portsmouth in Rhode Island.Incorrect
- Question 7 of 10
7. Question1 points
The primary staple crops produced in the middle colonies included which of the following?Correct
While the soil and climate were not as accommodating for the production of crops as in the southern colonies, agricultural exports served as a major component of the middle colonies. The climate did not support the growth of high-profit crops such as tobacco and indigo, or the cultivation of rice. Instead, grains such as wheat, oats, and barley became the major agricultural exports of the region. While agriculture was a major component of the economy, the farms in the middle colonies tended to be smaller, and slavery did not flour- ish. Furthermore, much of the agricultural production was consumed internally within the colonies.Incorrect
- Question 8 of 10
8. Question1 points
The majority of colonists who migrated to Maryland and Virginia during the 17th century would be best described asCorrect
During the 17th century, roughly half of the European settlers who arrived in North America were indentured servants. Indentured servants were laborers who contracted to work for a set period of time in exchange for passage to the Americas. Unlike a slave, an indentured servant was required to work only for a limited term specified in a signed con- tract. This practice slowed, however, after Bacon’s Rebellion, when poor farmers, including many former indentured servants, rose up against the wealthy landed planters. Afterward, the use of African slaves became more common.Incorrect
- Question 9 of 10
9. Question1 points
What advantage of colonies in the South was not shared by New England farmers?Correct
New England, like many of the northern colonies, had generally thin, rocky soil; hilly land; and longer, more severe winters than in the South. This made intensive farm- ing of staple crops difficult. Instead, New England diversified its economy. New England harnessed water power to establish mills and used the abundant timber for shipbuilding. Furthermore, harbors within the region became a major source of prosperity, promoting trade and fishing.Incorrect
- Question 10 of 10
10. Question1 points
Bacon’s Rebellion is most associated with which early colony?Correct
In 1676, Nathaniel Bacon led an uprising in Virginia, marking the first rebellion in the colonies. The event became known as Bacon’s Rebellion. It was sparked by Native American raids on the outskirts of the colony but illustrated a rejection of Governor Wil- liam Berkley’s policies, which favored the wealthy planters over the poor. The uprising inspired a similar revolt in Maryland later that year.Incorrect