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which one do you think is you answer?
IDK maybe A or C ?
think about. Whats on the other side of the border?
you right but pick one
Here's a hint, hola, soy de México
Thx for the help!
Will yall help me with 2 more?
What you got?
let me open a new board
just do it here.
2.Most farmers in the Cross Timbers grow this crop because it is more resistant to dry spells. A .Cotton B. Wheat. C. Spanish Peanuts D. Peaches
well we can rule out peaches right off the bat
I knew it wasn't D
My guess is cotton, but lemme do some quick research.
I thought is was cotton too but I wasn't 100% sure
I think it is either A or B
Well, cotton isn't as dependent on water cause once it's grown, the product won't die to lack of water. So cotton most likely.
where are the cross timbers?
Ok I was more sure of cotton than wheat...TY again
3.Because the soil on the Grand Prairie fails to hold moisture for very long, A. trees are scarce B. most towns in the area are small C. limestone forms under the soil D. cattle raising isn't practical
Picture a prairie... Lots of grass, not a lot of trees. So I'd say A.
number 1 and 2 were wrong
only number 3 was right
number 1 was Oklahoma and number 2 was Spanish peanuts
what type of history is this?
Well it says the north central plains but I just started connections academy
Well, it looks like in need to stay in the english section then. Good rule of thumb here on the open study... Use this as a general guide, but don't take it as gospel. I'm sorry I wasn't of much use.