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What factors explain the major increase in population in half of China and a much smaller change in the other half? an invasion from the north and rich farmland to the south an invasion from the south and rich farmland to the north overland trade and urbanization seagoing trade and urbanization

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    I give medal

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    i believe its seagoing trade

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    what time period are we talking about?

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    did u see the map

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    okay... since there was no invasion during that time period as far as i know... then the seafacing side of china (southern) must be helped by seagoing trade... since the southern half of china had the population increase

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    it would not be overland because the northern sector was unchanged and even droppped in population density...

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    so which is the answer

  14. anonymous
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    idk

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    seagoing trade and urbanization

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    oh

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    thx man

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    there was no invasion, so we can eliminate the first and second answer

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    oh

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    and since the northern side of china (land facing) was unchanged/dropped in population density, we can eliminate the third choice because trade would help increase the population.

  21. anonymous
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    one more question

  22. anonymous
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    sure what is it

  23. anonymous
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    In what part of China did the population decrease the most? in the northeast in the northwest in the southeast in the southwest

  24. anonymous
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    same map

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    northeast

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    thx gtg

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    u help me alot

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    thanks np

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