anonymous
  • anonymous
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
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
well... it really looks like D would be the best answer... i'll check it out tho
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes it is. but i need help with another. i got this one
anonymous
  • anonymous
It reduces the size the of the workforce, skilled and unskilled. It causes serious social problems that are likely to cause economic problems in the medium and long term. For example, the early death of adult parents often means that teenagers have to bring up their younger siblings (brothers and sisters) instead of continuing their education. This in turn reduces the number of future skilled workers. so yes... its "D"

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anonymous
  • anonymous
can u help me with a different one ?? pleeeeease
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ak√ľarios
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure.. i'll try :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why are people who are affected by communicable diseases told not to travel on airplanes? The high altitude contributes to the spread of the disease. The pressurized cabin can result in death for people infected. The dry air in the cabin makes the symptoms more severe. The tight cabin space makes it easier for the disease to spread.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i believe its "D" too
anonymous
  • anonymous
can u explain ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Airplanes are enclosed spaces that are ripe for transmitting infectious diseases. Infections spread depending on the type of disease, proximity to the person with the illness and the amount of time spent on an airplane with an infected person.
anonymous
  • anonymous
gotta go sorry
anonymous
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