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Which landform explains the lack of cultural interaction between ancient China and ancient India? the Loess Plateau the Chang River valley the Gobi Desert the Himalaya Mountains

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  1. anonymous
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    i believe its D

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    oh wait do you have a reason though?

  3. anonymous
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    if you look at a map, the himalayas basically divide india and china

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    OOOOOH

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    okay here

  6. anonymous
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    can you help out with this All of the following are examples of how geographical boundaries can limit cultural interaction except rivers deserts mountains oceans

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    rivers are the easiest to cross, unlike the rest of the options

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    oh okay thanks again

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    One more after this and i'm done

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    Which of the following is a similarity between the Huang River and Indus Valley civilizations? the use of bronze ritual vessels a social class system with farmers at the bottom the exchange of ideas with other cultures the use of a metal currency

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