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I know this is the wrong subject but can someone please help me in geography my question is posted on there plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! im kinda in a hurry :) ill give you a medal and ill be your fan !!!!!

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    where is your question?

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    go to geography its posted on there :) its kinda long :)

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    ok

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    thanks ;)

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    1.crust 2.upper mantle 3.iner core 4.asthenosphere 5.lower mantle 6.outer core 7.top layer i hope these are right i looked them up on google and used what i learned back in 8th grade

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    i also posted it on you question

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    if u can you can also answer my question too

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    Why did Andrew Johnson face difficulty implementing his Reconstruction plans? (2 points) He had violated the Tenure of Office Act in removing his War Secretary. African Americans believed his plans were good but did not go far enough. He was not accepted by the Radical Republicans or by white Southerners. He wanted to destroy the Republican Party and punish the South

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    @itzapizza Let me help you if you don't mind. He had violated the Tenure of Office Act in removing his War Secretary. African Americans believed his plans were good but did not go far enough. He was not accepted by the Radical Republicans or by white Southerners. He wanted to destroy the Republican Party and punish the South Read them over you can narrow it down to A or C. So: He had violated the Tenure of Office Act in removing his War Secretary. Or, He was not accepted by the Radical Republicans or by white Southerners. Andrew allowed the south to set up black code when mean C is party wrong there for it must be A) He had violated the Tenure of Office Act in removing his War Secretary. Learn more about him here: http://millercenter.org/president/johnson/essays/biography/print Source: http://millercenter.org/president/johnson/essays/biography/print My textbook.

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    thanks u verry much FirstFrostByte

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