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We are accustomed to thinking of military success as determined by quality of weaponry, rather than by food supply. But a clear example of how improvements in food supply may decisively increase military success comes from the history of Maori New Zealand. The Maori are the Polynesian people who were the first to settle New Zealand. Traditionally, they fought frequent fierce wars against each other, but only against closely neighboring tribes. Those wars were limited by the modest productivity of their agriculture, whose staple crop was sweet potatoes. It was not possible to grow enough sweet potatoes to feed an army in the field for a long time or on distant marches. When Europeans arrived in New Zealand, they brought potatoes, which beginning around 1815 considerably increased Maori crop yields. Maori could now grow enough food to supply armies in the field for many weeks. The result was a 15­year period in Maori history, from 1818 until 1833, when Maori tribes that had acquired potatoes and guns from the English sent armies out on raids to attack tribes hundreds of miles away that had not yet acquired potatoes and guns. Thus, the potato’s productivity relieved previous limitations on Maori warfare, similar to the limitations that low­productivity corn agriculture imposed on Maya warfare. (Diamond, J. (2006). Collapse. London: Penguin.)

Which of the following sentences is NOT true, according to the text?


O texto a seguir é referência para as questões 24 e 25.
William Penn (1644­1718), founder of Pennsylvania. Son of an admiral, he was sent to a Puritan school and was expelled from Oxford as a dissenter in 1660. Sent to Ireland to manage the family estates, he regularly attended the Quaker meeting at Cork, and on his return to England he was twice imprisoned for proselytizing, but nonetheless retained connections with the court. In 1681, Charles II repaid a debt owed to Penn’s father by granting him a large province on the west bank of the Delaware river in North America. Penn drew up a frame of government providing for religious toleration in the new colony, which he named Pennsylvania. After he had supervised the building of Philadelphia (1682­4), he returned to England and, on James II’s accession, secured the release of some 1,200 Quaker prisoners. Out of favour after the Glorious Revolution, he returned to America in 1699, but financial mismanagement forced him to mortgage his rights as proprietor of the colony.
(Gardiner, J., & Wenborn, N. (eds.) (1995). The History Today Companion to British History. London: Collins & Brown.)

Penn was imprisoned in England:


Windows 7 gets the basics right. Here's what you need to know
about the new OS.
Harry McCracken, PC World
Monday, October 19, 2009 2:00 pm
What if a new version of Windows didn't try to dazzle
you? What if, instead, it tried to disappear except when you
needed it? Such an operating system would dispense with glitzy
effects in favor of low-key, useful new features. Rather than
pelting you with alerts, warnings, and requests, it would try to
stay out of your face. And if any bundled applications weren't
essential, it would dump 'em.

It's not a what-if scenario. Windows 7, set to arrive on
new PCs and as a shrinkwrapped upgrade on October 22, has a
minimalist feel and attempts to fix annoyances old and new. In
contrast, Windows Vista offered a flashy new interface, but its
poor performance, compatibility gotchas, and lack of compelling
features made some folks regret upgrading and others refuse to
leave WindowsXP.

Windows 7 is hardly flawless. Some features feel
unfinished; others won't realize their potential without heavy
lifting by third parties. And some long-standing annoyances
remain intact. But overall, the final shipping version I test-drove
appears to be the worthy successor to Windows XP that Vista
never was.

(Adapted from

De acordo com o texto,


Minister calls for wider fl exible working rights

British government ministers are considering giving all
employees the right to ask for fl exible working hours "from
the beginning" of a new job as part of plans to encourage a
fundamental shift in working habits.
The Work and Pensions Secretary, Yvette Cooper, says her
offi ce is working with employers and organisations such as
the federation of small businesses to draw up new ways of
supporting men as well as women and non-parents as well
as parents working more fl exible hours.

The current rules are limited to parents of children under 16
and carers, and Cooper wants to extend them. "You want
people to offer fl exible working from the beginning and
we need to look again at how the legislation can support
different ways of doing that," she said.

"There will be some areas where it's not possible to fi t
round particular school hours or particular things where the
nature of the businessmakes it hard - but what you need
is the cultural change for everybody to think differently."
Cooper's proposals come as the government announced
that fathers will be given the right to six months' paternity

There will be a legal right to take the mother's place at
home for the last three months of a nine-month maternity
break; they would receive £123 a week in statutory pay.
Fathers would then be entitled to take a further three
months' unpaid leave. The move was criticised by some
business leaders.

(From: The Guardian, Friday 29 January 2010 -slightly adapted)

With regard to paternity leave, the government has given men the right to


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The Ascent of Money

Bread, cash, dosh, dough, loot: Call it what you like, it matters. To Christians, love of it is the root of all evil. To generals, it's the sinews of war. To revolutionaries, it's the chains of labour. But in The Ascent of Money, Niall Ferguson shows that fi nance is in fact the foundation of human progress. What's more, he reveals fi nancial history as the essential back-story behind all history. The evolution of credit and debt was as important as any technological innovation in the rise of civilization, from ancient Babylon to the silver mines of Bolivia. Banks provided the material basis for the splendours of the Italian Renaissance, while the bond market was the decisive factor in confl icts from the Seven Years' War to the American Civil War.
With the clarity and verve for which he is famed, Niall Ferguson explains why the origins of the FrenchRevolution lie in a stock market bubble caused by a convicted Scots murderer. He shows how fi nancial failure turned Argentina from the world's sixth richest country into an infl ation-ridden basket case - and how a fi nancial revolution is propelling the world's most populous country from poverty to power in a single generation.
Yet the most important lesson of the world's fi nancial history is that sooner or later every bubble bursts - sooner or later the bearish sellers outnumber the bullish buyers - sooner or later greed fl ips into fear. And that's why, whether you're scraping by or rolling in it, there's never been a better time to understand the ascent of money.

The writer of the book attempts to prove that money is


According to paragraph 3,


According to paragraph 2, the benefits of online social networking in the office are


According to the text, the role played by the Internet within the insurance industry is


. The only argument that CANNOT be considered supportive of publishing the IMF documents is that the


My name’s Lauren. I don’t work full-time. I’ve got a part-time job in a fast food restaurant. I work on one or two evenings a week and on Saturdays. I work about fifteen hours a week. The pay isn’t very good, I get about $3.80 an hour but it’s hard work. I work because I need the money. I like going out and I buy CDs and clothes. They’re expensive and I get $10.00 a week pocket money. But I’m leaving my job in may because I’ve got exams and I need to work for them. I can get a different job in the summer.
After read about Lauren, answer the questions.
1) Where does Lauren work?
2) How many hours a week does she work?
3) What does Lauren buy with her money?
4) Why is Lauren leaving her job?
5) When is Lauren going to get a new job?
In the right sequence, the answers are:


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According to the text, judge the following items.

Not always is it difficult to get into a network.


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According to the text, judge the following items.

There's no difference between what happened with former industries and the present thefts taking place in computer networks.


  • 3721) D
  • 3722) B
  • 3723) A
  • 3724) D
  • 3725) D
  • 3726) C
  • 3727) D
  • 3728) E
  • 3729) C
  • 3730) B
  • 3731) D
  • 3732) Certo
  • 3733) Certo
  • 3734) Errado
  • 3735) Errado

Questões de concurso

Nesse texto você vai saber tudo sobre nosso site de questões de concurso, verá também questões de concurso por assunto, questões de concurso público com gabarito e muito mais! Com toda a certeza se você utilizar uma plataforma online, como a do aprova questões para responder questões de concurso, sua preparação ficará ainda melhor.

Responder questões de concurso

Em resumo é muito importante que ao se preparar para concursos, você comece pela leitura do edital para identificar dentro da bibliografia recomendada quais são os assuntos e temas que deverá estudar para conquistar sua vaga no serviço público. Feito isto, você pode optar por estudar com um curso online, de preferência que possua videoaulas e não apostilas, que expliquem e exemplifiquem todo o conteúdo. Optando por aprender o conteúdo de maneira online e com videoaulas, você poderá se preparar em qualquer lugar, e no horário que achar melhor conforme a sua rotina de trabalho ou de atividades que precisa realizar no dia a dia.

E depois que você já tiver lido e revisado todo o conteúdo, a melhor maneira de fixar tudo, testar e saber quais pontos você precisará dar mais atenção, é responder questões de concurso. Busque por concurso, assunto ou disciplina ou até mesmo pela última prova aplicada pelo órgão que você deseja ingressar. É possível também utilizar o filtro para selecionar tudo que já foi aplicado para o cargo que você deseja conquistar, selecionando ainda pelas bancas, também chamadas de organizadoras dos concursos públicos ou ainda pelo ano de aplicação das provas.

Da mesma maneira, você pode selecionar questões por instituição ou órgão público (por exemplo: Prefeituras, Secretarias Estaduais, Polícia Militar, Polícia Civil, Polícia Federal, Tribunal de Justiça, Tribunal Regional Eleitoral, entre outros); ano de aplicação (desde 1996 até o ano atual); disciplina (Administração, Língua Portuguesa, Matemática, Economia, Antropologia, Artes, Direito do Trabalho, Filosofia, Biologia, e muitas outras); nível de escolaridade (fundamental, médio ou superior); modalidade (múltipla escolha, discursiva e certo/errado) e ainda área de formação (Agronomia, Engenharia Civil, Jornalismo, Ciência da Computação, Direito, Educação Física, Enfermagem, Medicina e muitas outras opções).

E ainda, se você deseja ver questões de concursos públicos com vídeo resposta fique sabendo que isso também é possível. Além de você ter acesso ao texto das questões, poderá ver uma explicação sobre o tema tratado, gravada especialmente para a nossa plataforma, por um professor especialista no assunto, tema ou disciplina descrito na pergunta que você selecionou para responder. Com certeza essa ferramenta auxiliará muito no entendimento do tema e contribuirá para você conquistar a tão sonhada vaga de servidor público em qualquer órgão, seja na esfera municipal, estadual ou até mesmo federal.

Questões de concurso por assunto

Primeiramente, é importante ressaltar que nosso banco de dados possui milhares de questões de concurso público com gabarito, perguntas dos mais diversos assuntos, a fermenta é atualizada diariamente! Isso mesmo, todos os dias nossos colaboradores inserem as questões dos últimos concursos públicos realizados. E, além das questões de concurso, você também pode visualizar as questões de todas as edições do Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio (ENEM), Exame da Ordem dos Advogados (OAB) e Exame de Suficiência do Conselho Federal de Contabilidade (CFC).

Por exemplo, se você estuda para concursos de nível fundamental poderá filtrar apenas questões de concurso por assunto que tratem sobre equações de primeiro grau, regra três, conjuntos numéricos e operações, regras de acentuação, pontuação, entre outros temas de matemática e língua portuguesa. Por outro lado, se o seu objetivo são os certames de nível médio, poderá selecionar questões sobre conhecimentos gerais, atualidades, sistemas operacionais, planilhas de cálculos, hardware e software, probabilidade, porcentagem, regência verbal, gêneros textuais, entre outros. E se o seu sonho é uma vaga de nível superior é importante treinar com questões de direito constitucional e administrativo, segurança da informação e da internet, política, economia, estatística, geometria, sintaxe, semântica e muitos outros assuntos.

Por fim, existe ainda a possibilidade de você inserir uma anotação, referente a questão de concurso público que você está respondendo. Isso facilita muito seu aprendizado, você conseguirá gravar com mais facilidade aquele assunto complicado que precisa de atenção. Essa ferramenta foi criada para que você consiga destacar e comentar tudo o que acha importante referente ao tema estudado. E não se preocupe, a anotação é pessoal e sigilosa, somente você terá acesso e poderá visualizar o que escreveu.

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