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  • one year ago

I put C but it wasnt it ... Which of the following wars prompted a series of steps that eventually led to the Declaration of Independence? Select one: a. The War of 1740 b. The French and Indian War c. The War Between the Nations Incorrect d. The War Against The Dutch

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  1. Surana
    • one year ago
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    Hint, try the one right above it.

  2. anonymous
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    the french and indian war?

  3. Surana
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    Yep. That's right.

  4. anonymous
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    okay thanks i have one more question then i can see if your answers are right

  5. Surana
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    Sure.

  6. anonymous
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    I put C If the colonists wrote the Declaration of Independence in order to declare their independence why did they also express their grievances against the British Crown? Select one: a. In order to validate their declaration of independence. b. Because the King has asked them to share their opinions. c. In order to make the Declaration of Independence a more noteworthy text. Incorrect d. None of the above.

  7. Surana
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    I'm pretty sure it's the one below it. King of England never said "tell me how you feel" and the Declaration of Independence's existence was validation enough.

  8. anonymous
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    None?

  9. Surana
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    That's what I think.

  10. anonymous
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    okay thank you just hold on and will see what they answrrs are

  11. Surana
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    Sure.

  12. anonymous
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    everything was right besides this last question that you said none of the above but thats okay!! thank you so much

  13. Surana
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    You're welcome! Anything else?

  14. anonymous
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    no thats it for know thank you so much again

  15. Surana
    • one year ago
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    You're welcome.

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