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*fan and medal awarded* What factor allowed the Incas to use their military efficiently? they developed an extensive system of paved stone roads they created a unique record-keeping system for military campaigns they adopted Spanish military technology and used them against their enemies they used rivers to transport their troops

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I think it's B.
can u explain ?
Well they had a special way of record keeping and communication in their land (that no one could decipher) I think they tied knots in ropes called like, Quapa or some weird word like that.

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thank u :)
Oh it was called Quipu btw.
The image shows a model of Tenochtitlan. Moctezuma I prevented this city from being flooded by constructing a dam around the city drainage lake around the city canal through the city aqueduct into the city
Looks like a canal.
thanks !
What was the result of Huyana Capac's military campaigns in the north? the Incan military was greatly weakened a second capital was built at Tumibamda the Incas formed new alliances the Incan road system had to be rebuilt
C. By removing all other options, we are left with C. It's not a dam, it's not a lake around the city, and it's not an aqueduct.
B. A second capital was built at Tumibamda
can u explain
It's B
can u explain
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huayna_Capac. You can see that he built a new capital during his reign.
@Opcode Remember though, the horses and the guns, especially the guns, is what really caught the Incans off guard. It made them think that Pizarro or whoever it was basically was a god.
uhmm so for the first one is c or b ?
I'm still going with B. Not sure though.
okay ima go with b. ill let u know if its right. Why did Moctezuma reorganize the Aztec government? to improve trade relations to better handle disasters to improve diplomacy to better handle the Conquistadors
I'm lost on this one.
i think its b
I think it's B, too.
this is the last one What interpretation of this image supports Moctezuma's understanding of human sacrifice? He believed the god Huitzilopochtli punished the Aztecs for performing human sacrifices. He believed the god Huitzilopochtli punished the Aztecs for not performing enough human sacrifices. He believed the god Huitzilopochtli punished the Aztecs for making the Triple Alliance. He believed the god Huitzilopochtli punished the Aztecs for not making peace with neighboring tribes
@Dbro for the first one, i think it was B. i forgot to uncheck C and put B and got it wrong.
sorry im so late but the first one was a :D

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