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The depression threatened people's jobs, savings, and even their homes and farms. At the depths of the depression, over one-quarter of the American workforce was out of work. For many Americans, these were hard times.
Nine thousand banks failed during the months following the stock market crash of 1929. What event started the Great Depression?
It began after the stock market crash of October 1929.
2. How many Americans were unemployed during the worst part of the Depression?
15 million Americans were unemployed.
3. Explain one effect of the Depression in other parts of the world.
Britain was less severely affected, but its industrial and export sectors remained seriously depressed until World War II. Britain was less severely affected, but its industrial and export sectors remained seriously depressed until World War II. 
4. What finally brought an end to the Depression in the U.S.?
Sharp reductions in spending.
5. Explain what the Dust Bowl was and its two main causes.
Without the indigenous grasses in place, the high winds that occur on the plains picked up the topsoil and created the massive dust storms that marked the Dust Bowl period. The persistent dry weather caused crops to fail, leaving the plowed fields exposed to wind erosion.
6. Explain what the Dust Bowl caused people in that region to do.
It made people have to move out of their homes.
7. Explain what happened with the stock market and banks to cause the Great Depression:
Nine thousand banks failed during the months following the stock market crash of 1929. 
8. What was the price of a man's shirt in the 1930's?
9. What is the price of a man’s shirt now?
10. What were Hoovervilles and why were they called that?
11. How much did bananas cost in the 1930’s?
12. How much did a loaf of bread cost in the 1930’s?
13. How much did ketchup cost in the 1930’s?
14. Why do you think this photo is the MOST famous photo of the Depression?:
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15. Name the title of a famous song.
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using namespace std;
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int main() 
{
// declare variables
int question1;
int question2;
int addingup;
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//int
cout << "\t\t\tDog Program\n";
cout << " This program will ask you question and then tell you what kind of dog you are based on your answers." << endl;
//get 
cout << "What is your favorite kind of music?" << endl;
cout << "1 - Rap Music" << endl;
cout << "2 - Pop Music" << endl;
cout << "3 - Jazz Music" << endl;
cout << "4 - RnB Music" << endl;
cout << "5 - Classical Music" << endl;

cin >> question1;
if(question1 > 5)
{
  cout << "You are amazing! I love you!" << endl;
}
else
{
  //get more information from user
  cout << "What's your favorite NUDEle shape" << endl;
  cout << "1 = Bow-tie" << endl;
  cout << "2 = Pool noodle" << endl;
  cout << "3 = Shells" << endl;
  cout << "4 = Character Shapes" << endl;
  cout << "5 = Angel hair" << endl;
  cin >> question2;
  if(question2 > 5)
  {
    cout << " You are not only an idiot, you're also MeGa St00PiD!" << endl;
  }
  else 
  {
    addingup = question1 + question2;
    //tell the user something
    if(addingup == 0)
    {
      cout << "y y00 doe d1S!?!?" << endl;
    }
    else if(addingup > 0 && addingup <=3)
    {
      cout << "You are most likely a Shih Tzu" << endl;
    }
    else if(addingup > 3 && addingup <= 5 )

    cout << "You are most like HuSkY,,,, me n0 [email protected]#$%^&*(" << endl;

    else if(addingup > 5 && addingup <=8)
    {
      cout << "You are most like a Wh1PpEt? 1 ThInK?" << endl;
    }
    else if (addingup > 9 && addingup <= 10)
    {
      cout << "You are most like a dachshund." << endl;
    }

  
  
    }
  }
}