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anonymous

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Compare the farming methods used by the Inca and Egyptians. I forgot the lesson details and it's a segment exam plz help.

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  1. anonymous
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    And there's no answer choices it's an explanation question.

  2. CBARREDO1
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    The Inca were expert farmers. They used irrigation and water storage techniques to grow crops in all sorts of terrain from the deserts to the high mountains. Despite not having beasts of burden or iron tools, the Inca farmers were very efficient. The river’s predictability and the fertile soil allows the Egyptians to build an empire on the basis of great agricultural wealth. Egyptians are credited as being one of the first groups of people to practice agriculture on a large scale. This was possible because of the ingenuity of the Egyptians as they developed basin irrigation.Their farming practices allowed them to grow staple food crops

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    Ty!!! ^0^

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