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Which of the following was NOT an effect of the Great Famine of 1315? Food prices rose dramatically in the first year of the famine. It led to the starvation and death of over one million people by 1317. Most farms were almost completely unable to produce food until 1325. Southern European countries were more heavily affected than Northern Europe.

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  1. Turner
    • 3 years ago
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    Maybe d?

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    How could the spread of AIDS in Africa affect the economies of that continent? a rise in national economic growth rates a reduction in imports and a rise in exports a rise in the number of health care professionals a drop in the number and productivity of workers

  3. Turner
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    For future FLVS students: D was the correct answer for number 1 D is the answer for number2

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    omg thanks !!!!

  5. KingOfHou
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    For the first question, the answer is D) Southern European countries were more heavily affected than Northern Europe.

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