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Firejay5 Group Title

Here's the website where the map and questions are, I am stuck on number 3 -5: I have #'s 1 and 2 done, but idk if they are correct: http://wdarcy.wikispaces.com/file/view/Chapter+8+section+2+economics+and+history+trade+route+of+the+ancient+world.pdf

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    1. Egypt, southwest Asia, Persia, and northwestern India 2. Lucyang, Chang'a, Dunhuang, Khootan, Kashgar, Samakand, Bukhara, Antioch, and Tyre.

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    I am not American (: sorry

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    @cinar, this isn't AMERICAN history

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  4. Firejay5 Group Title
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    it's world history

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    Yeah. Also, I think your answers are "COUNTRIES", not the asked for "CONTINENTS".

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    im no good at explaining the difference, but you should try to look each ofthem up

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  7. Firejay5 Group Title
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    It's okay if you're not good at explaining, just help

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    you don't want help, you want answers. anyways, for question 2, for a newcomer with relatively no info aside from your sheet, It would be difficult to determine what the trading posts exactly were. if you're unsure about it, look at external sources.

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  9. Firejay5 Group Title
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    uh @NotTim

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    I believe the first 2 are right!

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  11. Firejay5 Group Title
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    they are countries not continents on #1

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  12. hardequalsmath Group Title
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    Except for # 2, what about the Rome trading center?

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  13. Firejay5 Group Title
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    the things is being transported to china and rome

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  14. hardequalsmath Group Title
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    oh yes africa, asia, europe

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  15. Firejay5 Group Title
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    ok

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    yes but it has to end at the rome center

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  17. Firejay5 Group Title
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    okay so just add rome to my list

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    #3. I believe that is your own opinion, maybe even many reasons: money, goods that can only be obtained from other countries, and even keeping the countries and continents in good lines, as well as an economic stance with each other.

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  19. Firejay5 Group Title
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    but better sounding

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    I think that this question, because of the "What do you think" thingy, I think that you answer it in your own opinion. But what I think is that it is for money, their economies, to get goods that cant be found in their country, and keeping the name of friends between each other

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    So money for their economies to get the goods that can't be found in their country, and keeping the name of friends between each other. <--- What do you mean by last phrase??

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    @hardequalsmath Is that right?

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