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Can you help me witha few more questions?
i can try
Which was not a cause of the devastation of the Dust Bowl? A. erosion B. floods C. drought D. overplanting Sorry about the spacing.
Im pretty sure the answer is B. floods
mmmmm not so sure about that
id got with C
would you like for some proof to show im right so ur 100% with the answer?
In 1932, the national weather bureau reported 14 dust storms. The next year, they were up to 38. The dust was so thick that people scooped up bucketfuls while cleaning house. Dust blocked exterior doors; to get outside, people had to climb out their windows and shovel the dust away. Dust coated everything. Nevertheless, farmers kept on plowing, hopeful that the rains would return in a matter of days, or perhaps months. In the spring of 1934, the massive drought impacted 27 states severely and affected more than 75 percent of the country. The Dust Bowl was result of the worst drought in U.S. history.
Yeah, my question said whatw as NOT a cause...
its b floods
i got messed up on to to lol
my bad i had forgot about the not
my computerislagingr eallyba dso im goingt oma ke anotherquestion.lol
Dat lag doe
just a tiny bit lol
i might be on for just a tiny bit more and then im done for the day
could one of you help me with a thing i have?
This is asked for when a defendant cannot receive an impartial trial in the original location. a. change of venue c. due process of law b. eminent domain d. prior restraint